I made this swimsuit for myself. I'm quite happy with how it turned out. The fabric is my own design and was printed by Elobina. Elobina is a new sponsor at my blog. Elobina offers consumers to print their own design on high quality fabric.
For this swimsuit I used the fabric Malaga Mat. Malaga is an elastic, light weight fabric, resistant to pilling and UV rays.
* Swimsuit fabric (swimsuit)
* Swimsuit lining fabric in black or white (lining)
Download the free sewing pattern in size Small (A cup). Set your printer settings to A4 paper.
When working with knits, it is important not to stretch or pull the fabric while sewing. Also use a stretch needle and a stretch stitch. In this pattern (nearly) all seams are sewed with a twin needle.
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|Step 1: Draw the pattern.|
Draw a front piece on the back of the swimsuit lining fabric. Ad 1 cm (0,4 in) seam allowance. Draw the neckline, armholes and the leg holes without seam allowance.
|Step 2: Cut the fabric.|
|Step 3: Place the back piece on top of the front piece.|
|Step 4: Sew the bottom of the swimsuit.|
|Step 5: Sew the sides of the swimsuit and the shoulder seams.|
|Step 6: Fold the seam allowance to the inside.|
|Step 7: Sew leg holes.|
|Step 8: Fold seam allowance to the inside.|
|Step 9: Sew.|
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