Monokini kaukau PDF Sewing Pattern
Monokini kaukau PDF Sewing Pattern
Skills Basic tika:
- straight stitch
- zig zag stitch
- overhand hand stitch
This Monokini is completely reversible and so can be made in two different colours. All seam allowances are hidden. Featuring side ties on the bottom and back and neck ties, the Monokini is easily adjusted to fit.
Kei te ahurei hangaia oku tauira, ka tuhia ki te taea e koe ki te hanga ataahua kakahu taunaha.
mai ia tauira PDF ka taea te tā ki te whānuitanga o ngā rauemi anō fe'unga ki te hoahoa ki te āwhina hanga e koe tou kakahu ki runga ki te paerewa ngaio.
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- sewing machine
- ballpoint hand and machine needle
- 1m 4 way stretch lycra
- 3m 5mm width elastic
- polyester thread
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mai tauira ano te tuhinga PDF copyshop fullscale e taea te tā i runga i tetahi pepa rahi mā te whakamahi i Adobe Reader ki pānui tā. Hoki e wātea ana pakaru ki runga ki ngā whārangi A4. E nga whārangi A4 motuhake tau whārangi me tohu ki te āwhina hāngai koe ia whārangi tika i muri tā.
Koa tiro i te Tohutohu Tā ki te kitea i roto i te pehea, ki te tika tā koutou tauira ki te āwhatatia.
rahi Copyshop: 57cm x 76cm
whārangi A4: 9
US Letter: 9
Me mōhio e tikiake tauira katoa he i roto i te reo Ingarihi, Heoi kia tiro koe te akoranga i konei i roto i to koutou reo whiriwhiria mā te tīpako koutou reo pai mā te pāwhiri “WHAKAMĀORI” i te matau runga o tetahi whārangi, me te kōwhiri tou reo pai i te maturuturunga iho ki raro tahua.
Images are available in the pattern download.
Cut out all pieces. Lay the two FRONT pieces RIGHT SIDES together. Lay the GUSSET piece on top and line up. Pin the elastic to all seam allowances except for tie loop and crotch opening. Stitch using zig-zag.
Fold all TIE LOOPS in half and stitch using straight stitch.
Turn TIE LOOPS RIGHT SIDES out and place seam lines in the middle.
Fold TIE LOOPS in half concealing the seam lines and place into the tie loop sections on the FRONT piece. Ensure to place between FRONT pieces and not between the GUSSET. Stitch with straight stitch.
Grade the seam allowance to reduce bulk.
Insert the FRONT TIE LOOP into the curved area on the CENTER FRONT. Ease it around, pinning it between the two FRONT pieces as done previously with the other TIE LOOPS. Stitch and grade the seam allowance as before..
Repeat steps 1, 4 a 5 for the BACK BOTTOM piece.
With FRONT and BACK piece RIGHT SIDES out, lay FRONT and BACK pieces RIGHT SIDES together and pin and stitch the touching front and back crotch seam allowance.
Complete swimsuit by tucking remaining seam allowance of front crotch piece under and pin onto remaining back crotch piece. Secure with overhand stitch.
Create the ties by folding the TIES in half lengthways following the dashed line on the pattern piece. Stitch the seam allowance with zig-zag stitch. Trim the seam allowance to half then turn RIGHT SIDES out using a seam turner.
If you do not have a seam turner:
Alternatively, create the TIES by placing a length of string into the top of one tie piece, fold in half and pin. Stitch across the top to secure string using straight stitch. Carefully zig zag down the length avoiding catching the string.
Gently pull the string and help guide the tie right side out.
Unpick the top stitches to release the string.
Complete tie by tucking seam allowances inside and securing with overhand stitch. Place one tie in front and back side seam loops, one in neckline and one in back loops.
Download the Monokini PDF Sewing Pattern here
Anake takiuru i roto i kiritaki nei kua hokona i tenei hua kia waiho te arotake.