Sewing Lingerie will equip you with new sewing skills that you can use in your every day garments. It is very satisfying and if your body is not built for ready to wear, you can make custom underwear that will fit you perfectly.
I ended up joining My Blueprint and similar to Netflix, you can watch as many classes as you like :-). I’m now hooked.
One of the classes that I watched was Alison Smith Lingerie Essentials: Bralettes. I love Alison Smith’s classes, I’ve watch all of them. The title of the class is for Bralettes, but it also includes instructions and patterns for a cute bralette, matching knickers, and suspenders. I made the Eva Bralette and knickers.
Bra Making supplies are not easy to find! I bought the stretch lace and elastics at Bra Builders and since one bralette wasn’t enough, I bought a few soft bra kits at Tailor Made Shop.
To get you started, I listed a few free bralette sewing patters that I found online.. I’ve sewn a few of them and other are in my to sew list.
Madalynne Intimates FREE bralette patterns
Madalynne offers many free patters including 5 bralettes. Her website is a great inspiration and she also sells kits with the supplies that you need. I bought a few of them and they are great quality.
The Raquel bralette is available in sizes XS-3XL. Combine a stretch fabric with lace to create a delicate bralette like this. I would use it as my top for a slip. So pretty!
Maddie published a series of videos for a Raquel Sew Along!
I made the Barrett Bralette in size 2XL (I use size 40C) and it is gorgeous. I watched, Maddie’s tutorial on Creativebug and it was easy to put together. One of my favorite makes. The pattern is available in sizes XS-3XL
Available in sizes XS-L
The Sierra bralette is a halter, wrap around bralette. This style is not suitable for large breasts. Other similar patters: Free Lace Bralette by Mood Fabrics and the wrap around version of Evie La Luve Willow bra.
The Noelle is a simple halter bralette pattern with a racerback, wide bottom band and adjustable shoulder straps. You can piece this top and use different fabrics. This pattern is available in sizes XS-L. Depending on the fabrics you use, you can probably use it as a sport bra or crop top.
Mallori Lane is a simple bralette finished with strappy details at the back. There is no shaping via a bust dart or shirring, so it is designed smaller chests – cup sizes AA-B.
Love the style of Milla bralette by Mood Fabrics. It has front closure and you can use under tees to showcase the bralette lace under tees.
To download the pattern, you need to sign up to Mood Sewciety.
The Hyacinth Bralette is a quick and easy sew. Use knits a lace trims to make this simple bralette, It is available in sizes 2XS-3XL. Check this video tutorial in How to Sew the Hyacinth Bralette.
Sew a Strappy bralette like this one using this free pattern from Jazzy Ro. Check her video tutorial in how to construct this simple bralette.
A quick and easy bralette pattern to make the perfect accessory for the summer days to be worn with or without modesty cups. This item of clothing it is not to be worn as support but rather as a pretty and sexy accessory.
The D’arcey bralette pattern from Moods Sewciety is for a longline bralette with sexy straps. Use it as a bralette or as a crop top.
This sexy bralette and string set was published by Make bra. The pattern is one size, but easy to adjust if needed.
This triangle bralette free pattern was published on Klaudia Prusinska website. Use your google translator because it is written in Polish. This bralette can be sewn with or without lining. This bralett style do not give a lot of support and it is suitable primarily for smaller busts.
Tami Bralette by Eclipse
Tami is a very simple, basic, and versatile bra. You’ll also need your google translator for this one.
You can completely change its look, depending on the type of finish you choose. This pattern is good for experimenting with lots of different bra making techniques.
It is available on sizes XXS to XXL (the size guide is in the pattern). It is suitable for cups A to C.
If you have links to other free patterns, post them in the comments section.