Chelsea bra sewing pattern released

Chelsea Bra Sewing Pattern

Introducing the Chelsea Bra Sewing Pattern

The newest sewing pattern from Elise Patterns. Available printed or as an instant pdf download. The Chelsea bra sewing pattern is a beautiful underwired sewing pattern for ladies with a bust size between 30C to 40E. Perfect for people who fancy something a bit more contemporary whilst still supportive.


Chelsea Bra Sewing Pattern

The advantage of the 4 split lower cup is that it gives a really nice rounded shape to your bust. You can choose to optionally add extra boning to the sides of the bra to give you a bit more supportive. Something I would definitely recommend if you are a DD or E cup.

The other advantage of the split cup is that if you did need to adjust your cup, it’s relatively easy to do without distorting the proportions of the bra cup.

You can make this bra pattern using any rigid lace with a lovely scalloped edge. However, if you don’t have a scallop edge – it’s not too difficult to change this ultram online purchase either.

The Chelsea bra sewing pattern was designed and graded by a professional lingerie pattern cutter with extensive years of experience in the UK and international lingerie industry. The fit of the bra is true to size, so it’s definitely worth checking the measurements of the bra than going with your normal ready to wear bra size.

Chelsea Bra Sewing Pattern

The sewing pattern is currently available as an instant download pdf pattern on Kollabora and Etsy. (This is due to something called VAT mini moss in the UK, which is a bit of a nightmare for a small businesses like me). I’m also now taking pre-orders for the printed sewing pattern which will ship from w/c 6th June.

In addition to the illustrated instructions, I’m hoping to add plenty of bra making tutorials to the blog in the next few weeks to help you along on your bra making journey!



Chelsea Bra Sewing Pattern

Lastly, I would like to give a massive thank you to all my lovely testers! Their feedback was invaluable.

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