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Love & Lace

Mid-rise Lace Back Brief Sewing Pattern | Sizes UK 6-16 | Juliette

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Lingerie sewing pattern. Shop the Juliette lace back brief pattern and download your PDF instantly.

The perfect panties to showcase beautiful scallop edge lace. Juliette has a Brazilian style back & offers a no-VPL solution to wear with any outfit.

The Juliette patterns offers 2 views; View A utilises a scallop edge lace at the back & front sides & View A offers a no-VPL solution by using a double layer of stretch fabric to create a folded edge at the legs. The front panel can be made using either a stretch or non-stretch fabric.

It features a concealed gusset (the seams are hidden) & I'll teach you how to attach plush knicker elastic using the 2-step method.

This is a comfy mid-rise style that's perfect for everyday wear. I love to make this style with sheer powermesh at the front & a scallop edge stretch lace at the sides & back (as pictured).

Level of difficulty: Confident beginner

Included in your purchase:
- PDF sewing pattern in 3 different formats - A4, US Letter and Large Format A0.
- Instructions document with a guide on how to print & assemble your pattern and sewing instructions with detailed illustrations.

You will receive a link to instantly download the files. Please note this is a digital product and you will not receive any physical goods.

Patterns are to scale and should be printed at 100%. The A4 & Letter size documents are tiled making it easy to print at home and assemble the pattern yourself. The single sheet A0 download allows you to send the file to a print shop (or copy shop) to have the pattern printed in a large format.

The download contains the sewing pattern in UK sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 & 16. All Love & Lace patterns now feature layers! You can toggle these layers on and off in Adobe Reader to allow you to print only your chosen size.

As with any sewing project I recommend making a toile to test the fit and make the relevant adjustments before constructing the garment in your final fabrics.

If you have any questions along the way please get in touch. Happy sewing!