Epervier is an intermediate-level bralette; perfect for sewists who have at least some prior experience with sewing stretch fabrics and elastics. If you’re fairly new to sewing lingerie, Epervier is a great skill-builder with satisfying results. More advanced sewists will love the option to sew either a refreshingly simple bralette, or challenge themselves by making use of all of Epervier’s design options.
The level of comfort or support of your finished bralette will depend on your chosen fabrics. Use sheer mesh to create a sexy, see-through bralette, or powernet and lycra to make a supportive sports bra.
Epervier is available in sizes 28AA-42G; an extended, bra-like size range allows you to tailor the fit of your bralette more closely to your unique shape!
What you will receive:
* Fully illustrated sewing instructions in English —Read first, before printing the pattern—
* A downloadable, layered PDF pattern.
* 50x70cm stretch fabrics (mesh, jersey stretch lace, powernet, scuba, etc.)
* 1m shoulder strap elastic (12-18mm wide)
* 1 set of rings and sliders (same width as your strap elastic)
* 1m underwire channeling (optional, for undercup piece)
* 1.4m foldover elastic or picot elastic
* 1 38mm hook and eye closure
* 1m 30-35mm plush back elastic
IMPORTANT: print and read the instructions before you print the pattern.
This listing is for the Epervier Bralette PDF sewing pattern; this is a digital product and you will not receive a physical product when you order this. After payment is completed, you will receive an email with links to download your PDF files. Please download the files and save them onto your device (not your mobile phone). You will need the free Acrobat reader to open the files and to use the layers. More info on how layers work can be found here.
Due to the digital nature of this product, no refunds will be issued.
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