Claire made this bra using the Boylston pattern from Orange Lingerie, she made it with foam and the beautiful floral! WOW this one has me dreaming of spring! Love it!
Next we have this lacy number from Ilna!
Ilna made this using a gorgeous burgundy lace she was saving in her stash! This was the perfect project for it! Gorgeous!
She used the Azalia pattern from Marinique, and with a few alteration got a great fit and even made matching panties! So lovely!
Next we have three panties from Christie!
She’s been working on a collection of panties for women with curves! Lovely! And aren’t these dotty pair so cute!!
And I love these- nothing like a little peek-a-boo lace on the side!
And this pair looks super luxurious- love the colour!! I’ve never had a pair of panties in velour- I’ll definitely have to add it to my list!
Love them all!
Next we have two bras from Lynda of Elle-Joan’s!
Lynda made this bra using the Boylston pattern from Orange Lingerie, with foam and a beautiful floral! I love the colours in this bra! So stunning! I can just imagine wearing it with a sheer white top!
Next she made this beauty using the Marlborough pattern from Orange Lingerie. Again she used some foam lining and a beautiful floral overtop! Both of these beauties have me dreaming of spring! Make sure to head over to Lynda’s blog to read more about these bra!
Next we have two lovelies from the lovely Sian of Rebel Angel!
First we have this stunning swimsuit, with a simple elegant front and a very strappy back detail. I love this suit of course 🙂 it reminds me of the one I made from the same inspiration of the swimsuit in the movie Atonement! Gorgeous
Next Sian made this beautiful Boylston bra! Again- loving these prints!! This was the second attempt at the Boylston, and still working towards the perfect fit- but it’s definitely coming along- this looks gorgeous- beautiful work Sian!
Next we have a very pretty bra from Andie of Sew Pretty in Pink!
Andie made this bra by cloning one of her RTW bras. She used navy lace, sheer cup lining and my favourite part- yellow fold over elastic- LOVE this combo and style! She was inspired by a prep-school blazer and I can totally see it! Gorgeous! Make sure to head over to Andie’s post to read all about it!
Next we have a lovely little number from Samantha!
Samantha wanted to jazz up her standard black bra, and added this beautiful delicate white lace to the upper cup! I love the bridge detail with the peak of lace! So pretty!!
Next we have a gorgeous satin treat from Sofia of Silver Lining Atelier!
This is a self-drafted pattern from Sofia that she has used in the past and modifies to whatever her fancy is for her current bra project- and this one is a real beauty with seamed powerbar, split lower cup and lace uppercup!
Sofia used a stretch satin for this bra, and enclosed all the seams inside with a non-stretch lining- as beautiful on the inside as the outside! So gorgeous!
Make sure to head over and read more about this bra in Sofia’s post!
Next we have two beauties from Linda of Uplift Custom Bras!
First is this pink and black beauty! Linda made this using the lace ‘Butterfly’ technique- can you see it? Such a pretty effect- and so perfect for spring!
And next- after my own heart- is this lovely green bra, that was made in time for St.Patty’s! I’ll wear a green bra any time of the year! Love it Linda!! You never fail to impress! 🙂
Next we have two beautiful sets from Anemone of Sew Anemone!
This first set was made using a modified Shelley pattern from PUG patterns, paired with the Bikini bottoms pattern from the Watons set from Cloth Habit. What a classic set- so pretty!
Next she made this super cute set using the DL01 pattern from MakeBra, with great success! I’m loving this set- it looks so cute, casual and comfy! perfect and very fresh for spring! Fantastic!
Next we have a beautiful set from Angela of My Little Sewing Dreams!
Angela made this bra using her TNT Merckwaerdigh pattern BHS10 modified to be a partial band bra. She used a stretch lace fabric lined with some non-stretch tulle.
This set is just so classic and pretty! I love it and the seamlines! And a matching pair of Cloth Habit Rosy Lady Shorts never go amiss either! Love it!
And last but not least we have three beautiful bras from Jen of Jensware!
This is Jen’s Ivory Floral- so pretty! Jen used the Shelley pattern from PUG patterns for this bra, with floral lace and powernet lining- super pretty for spring!
Jen also made these two black beauties with fuchsia stitching and bows for a fun touch! These are both Classics from PUG patterns, but in a 40E and a 52E – quite a difference!
WOW! Again- you’ve all inspired me with so many beautiful makes! It makes me so excited for this month coming up!
And I thought I would keep April really free and open just like I’m feeling right now with the changing season! – so my theme for April is a very simple one- Spring! I’ve just been craving all things light and airy and fresh and pretty! So I challenge you to make whatever makes you feel like Spring! You’ll definitely be seeing some stretch lace from me!
What are your plans for April?
As always, don’t forget to check out the Pinterest board, and pin all of your lovelies over there! And if you’re on Instagram and posting your lovely makes- don’t forget to add in #braaweek!!
You can go here to grab a challenge button and don’t forget to send your bra next month to firstname.lastname@example.org for the next Round-Up post!
I hope you’re all having an amazing Easter weekend! And eating all the chocolate you can like me!!