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tzipi | Posted in Patterns on

Where can I get the best patterns for lingerie? Thanks Tzipi

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  1. GarmentQueen | | #1

    Folkwear might have something that would interest you.  Very retro and Hollywood!

  2. mem | | #2

    I think kwik sew have the best range in the larger companies

  3. LizBarefoot | | #3

    My vote is with Kwik Sew.  They also have a greater range of sizes.  I have the book with the patterns in it.  It does not include the bra pattern, though.  It has the nighties and tap panties, regular panties, camisoles, just about everything you would need, except the bra patterns.  The big four used to carry lingerie, but not much anymore.  I have a collection of patterns I have used over the years.  The first panties I made for my first grandbaby girl on to her mother at just 50 years old.  And there is a pattern for a nightie in the book that my first daughter just loves.  I have made it a few times for her.  Have a look, and do not overlook the book.

  4. MaryinColorado | | #4

    Those were great ideas!  I also love Lovely Lingerie by Martha Pullen!  Her website has lots of goodies.  I think it is just http://www.marthapullen.com., go to the store site, then under books or patterns.  These can be done in heirloom style or not.  Mary

  5. Zana B | | #5
  6. user-164872 | | #6

    Don't forget about Jan Bones book "Lingerie Secrets".  She also sells patterns at here site: http://www.sewinglingerie.com/

    I haven't tried any of these, but the samples I saw at Sew Expo in Puyallup were lovely.

    1. LizBarefoot | | #7

      If you LOVE to sew lingerie, or need help sewing anything, check out the group 'Lingerie_Sewing'  If it isn't that then try Sewing_lingerie'.  If you need to know ANYTHING about sewing bras or thongs or nighties you name it, I guarantee there is someone on the list that can help you.  For instance, one of the last people to joine was Dawn Cloake.  She has written three books about lingerie sewing, draping and designing and drafting.  Also on the list is Anne (dan't remember her last name!) that is America's guru.

      Liz Barefoot 

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