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The everyday TRIED & TRUE knickers are designed to sit low on the waist and cover the entire bottom. The pattern also includes additional instructions and pattern for attaching the optional back pocket.

The sewing pattern is available in Australian sizes 8-14. For international customers a size conversion chart can be found on my blog www.themakersjournal.blogspot.com

Body Measurements
Size 6 - Bust 76cm, Waist 58cm, Hip 88cm
Size 8 - Bust 81cm, Waist 63cm, Hip 93cm
Size 10 - Bust 86cm, Waist 68cm, Hip 98cm
Size 12 - Bust 91cm, Waist 73cm, Hip 103cm
Size 14 - Bust 96cm, Waist 78cm, Hip 108cm

This pattern has been developed for lightweight woven fabrics and I recommend printed cottons or soft cotton blends; small prints work best. For the gusset I used a light and stretchy swimsuit tricot lining.

I print my SEWING PATTERNS onto 100% recycled paper and then seal the pack contents to ensure it arrives safely at its destination.

This pattern includes.....
- Step by step sewing instructions
- Detailed diagrams to help you along the way
- A small fabric swatch to guide you when selecting your fabric
- The layplan which shows you how to arrange the pattern on the fabric, and
- A list of notions you will need and the fabric requirements
*Fabric and other notions are not included with this pattern

Skills you need
This pattern is suitable for an average sewer and will take only a few hours to complete. Skills required include straight stitching, zig-zag stitch, attaching knicker elastic and hand sewing (slip stitch).

Attaching knicker elastic can be a bit tricky the first time so to help you along we've included a step by step guide on our blog http://themakersjournal.blogspot.com/2011/10/how-to-attach-knicker-elastic.html

Please note; patterns sold are licensed for use by individual makers and may not be reproduced commercially, copied and/or distributed.

Thank you for visiting my pattern shop, for regular updates and free tutorials please visit www.themakersjournal.blogspot.com
There are three journal updates which relate directly to this pattern...
26/8/15 Triangle Bra
26/2/12 HOW TO attach knicker elastic
4/1/12 Tried & True Pocket

Pamela

TRIED & TRUE sewing pattern

$15.24

Overview

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  • Materials: Recycled paper, fabric swatch, business card, printed instructions, graded pattern, embossed seal, strong plastic bag, durable plastic bag, tutorial
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