NEW Madalynne Lingerie Kits!

June 23, 2017   /   byMaddie Flanigan  / Categories :  Feeds

how to sew your own lingerieFresh from teaching at Mimi G’s sewing conference last weekend, I’m revved up to release my new lingerie kits. Okay, okay technically I listed them last week, the day before I taught. I wanted to give the students first dibs on my new patterns with Simplicity and kits. Now that I’m back, it’s your turn to get your hands on them.

With this release, I changed up the colors. I’m still on an all-things-colorful-but-not-psychedelic kick. Mo’ color, mo’ better. Just take a peek at the inspiration board above. Instead of blush pink and neon yellow though, I went with burnt orange. Just as cute. This color combo is available for both the 8228 bralette and 8436 partial underwire bra. There are also a few kits with a polka dot mesh, which is intended to be used for the front kit of the 8436 panty. I also added a blush pink and sky blue kit for the 8228. Like cotton candy, but not as tacky or sticky. One of my favorite summer time color combos.
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I love all the kits, but my favorite of the bunch is the 8437 strapless bra kit. I have a video tutorial coming out very, very soon and for it, I used this kits. I’ve literally been wearing it with all my off the shoulder tops and bodysuits. Just take a peek at what I packed to California last weekend.

make your own lingeriehow to make your own braJust like last time, this release is going to be limited. I will be coming out with new colors, laces as they sell out.

Also, I didn’t forget about the 8435 bodysuit! Kits for that pattern are on the way. Stay tuned.

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