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This is a round-up of some of the most interesting bra patterns I’ve found on Etsy. Some are instant downloads- so you could get started TODAY!
This looks like a dream for the full-busted person who dislikes wired bras, but still wants support and separation! There are different options for closures too, including a zippered front, in case you have mobility issues or just prefer a front closure! While the bra might look pretty utilitarian, Bra Maker’s Supply encourages you to try out lace or sheer cups for added fun!
Norma Loehr is a thoughtful, reliable and on-trend lingerie designer who I respect greatly! I love her published works and I’d love to attend one of her workshops one day! The Esplanade Bra Pattern is a boned, long line bra that works for strapless outfits, and I think it’d be lovely to wear as outerwear as well!
This strappy, striking Bralette will add interesting lines to your lingerie collection. I love the idea of creating a sheer button up shirt or knit top to go over it, or using it as a swim top! It doesn’t look like it will provide much bust separation, but it would be perfect for our smaller busted friends.
This Bralette looks like it has a little more subtlety than most patterns on the market. I love the three piece cup, which should allow for more subtlety as you find your perfect fit. The pattern also comes with a bonus scrappy neckline option!
This bra pattern has one of the broadest size ranges available. So, if you are in the difficult category of a small band/large cup, look no further! This bra is reminiscent of the high-end Wacoal bras. Keep in mind that this is a physical pattern, and you need to size yourself into the correct iteration of the pattern before ordering!
I have seen a ton of quarter-cup bras in my perusal of the lingerie-internet- but I’ve never seen a pattern for one! Do you want to get a little sexy with your lingerie sewing? This bra is cut just below the nipple and should make for a ton of fun, once you get it sewn up!
Do you want some serious vintage vibes in your lingerie drawer? Looking to make authentic garments for a vintage inspired outfit? Check out this pattern! All shaping is achieved through seaming- no padding or underwires.
This bra has been on my “to make” list for a while. A more utilitarian bar than the Esplanade mentioned earlier in this post, I think this would be an awesome swim top or everyday bra!
Let us know what bra patterns you’ve made!