I have never thought I would try to dye laces and elastics. But there are so many colors out there: bras and panties in shades of pinks, turquoise, green and unimaginable combinations. And when you look at your stash and all you see is white, beige and black, you start to boil your thoughts. How can I get my hand on some colors?
It's been a long, long, long time since I have written. But there was some sewing. Testing new Maya Panties.
Print the pattern. For each pattern you will have a number of pages. Pages must be aligned by a scheme and taped together.
Use a home printer, or a copy shop printer with A4 or Letter print sheet. Not all printers have all the settings I’m going to show you.
Elastics stretch amount means how much that elastic can stretch. Sewing patterns that use elastics must specify the stretch amount for them.
Stretch factor for fabric means how much the fabric stretches. Stretch factor is measured on DOGS and grain-line.
I thought I’d put together a list of possible alterations for a bra pattern. This is not a complete list, but it’s just the beginning.
Did you think Maya bra would go without matching panties? I know there a lot of panties patterns already, I just feel I have to have my own pattern!
Although nobody has asked me directly, I believe this question lies on some of your lips. There are two big reasons for Maya being a free sewing pattern.