The period undies have a large pad suitable for day wear or overnight and the level of absorbency is completely customizable.
This PDF pattern comes with printable files for US copy shop, A0 files, tiled print-at-home (suitable for A4 and US Letter) and illustrated pattern instructions to take you step-by step-through the process of making the pattern.
This pattern is suitable for sewing on a home sewing machine and doesn't require a serger/overlocker. The illustrated instructions give directions for sewing the undies using the zig zag stitch function on your machine!
Alternatively, you can use serger/overlocker for the seams, but you will also need to use a zigzag stitch to apply the elastic and finish the gusset.
iii to 8 (see size chart in images)
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This pattern is designed for use with 4-way stretch fabrics. Stretch and recovery should be equal in both the horizontal and vertical directions. Suggested fabrics are: cotton/spandex, bamboo/spandex, merino/spandex.
Period undies also require wicking fabric(we suggest merino, or sport polyester), absorbent fabric (ZorbTM, towelling, flannelette), and a barrier fabric (PUL, Gore-TexTM, any other waterproof membrane)
See chart in images.
0.5m/0.6 yard (150cm/60” wide)
1m/1.1 yard (115cm/45” wide)
0.75m/0.8 yard (150cm/60” wide)
1.5m/1.7 yard (115cm/45” wide)
1.5m/1.65 yards of 1”/25mm wide foldover elastic
1.6m/1.8 yards either picot edge or 3/4”/20mm wide fold over elastic for leg openings
3m/3.3 yards of 1”/25mm wide foldover elastic
0.4m/0.4 yards by 0.4m/0.4 yards each wicking fabric, absorbent fabric, and bar-rier fabric
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You are purchasing a multi-sizes digital sewing pattern for home use only (not commercial use). This digital pattern comes with PDF files for A4 and Letter sized paper, a large format A0 PDF file and an illustrated set of instructions illustrated pattern instructions to take you step-by step-through the process of making the pattern.
These files need to be opened and saved on desktop or laptop computers — you won't be able to open them on your smart phone.