Vanneau Panties are a quick sew: only 3 steps and your panties are done! A perfect template for all those who like to get creative with their panties. You can use mesh, stretch tulle, stretch lace, Lycra, scuba, jersey, etc… , so experiment with different widths for a totally new look! You can also easily make Vanneau in any of your favourite stretch fabrics and finish the edges with your favourite elastics.
Vanneau is available in sizes 32 – 52.
What you will receive:
* Fully illustrated sewing instructions in English —Read first, before printing the pattern—
* A downloadable, layered PDF pattern.
Skill level: Beginner. Vanneau is a beginner pattern recommended for all sewists. Construction is simple, although you may wish to have some prior experience with sewing stretch lace and elastics.
- 50 cm x 70 cm (½ yd x ¾ yd) mesh, stretch tulle, stretch lace, Lycra, scuba, jersey, etc… The DOGS should be 70 cm (lengthwise). If using stretch galloon lace, it should be at least 20cm wide (8”), and you’ll need 1 meter (1.1 yd).
- 1.5 m (1 ½ yd) foldover elastic (FOE) or narrow (picot) elastic, 4-8mm wide (⅛” – ⅜”)
- 25x40cm (10″-16″) suitable fabric for gusset lining (we recommend bamboo jersey)
- 35mm (1 ¼”) wide elastic: for size 32: 80 cm (¾ yd); size 56: 130 cm (1½ yd)
IMPORTANT: print and read the instructions before you print the pattern.
This listing is for the Vanneau Panties 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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