Celebrating 100 SewVeraVenus followers with a free big-knicker pattern….


100 SewVeraVenus blog followers as of today, a nice round number 🙂

Thank you all so very much for your interest in SewVeravenus!

So to celebrate I thought I’d put up the super-easy version of my ‘Grannie Pannies‘  the big-knickers that I was making patterns for a couple of months back.

A printable-cut-it-out-and-stick-it-together-with-tape pattern.

(UK size 10/12 , that’s hips 36′ to 39″, but easily grade-able to bigger/smaller sizes by following the Threads Magazine grading advice.

The pattern can be downloaded from the VVPatterns & Tutorials page.

Fabrics:  one or two way stretch jerseys, stretch silk, stretch lace, cotton lycra…

Have at it- cut ’em out, stretch-stitch together…. zig-zag stitch some elastic at the waist and legs and presto your very own big-yet-ever-so-sexy-knickers.

Bridget Jones eat your heart out.

12 thoughts on “Celebrating 100 SewVeraVenus followers with a free big-knicker pattern….

  1. thank you so much for this beautiful pattern, now with all these lingerie pattern, I’d be able to sew my own vintage lingerie.

    1. You are most welcome. I think pretty lingerie is one of the most satisfying things to sew…. and fairly quick to do too!

  2. Oh, congratulations and thank you SO much!!!! Can’t wait to get some suitable fabric for these! 😀

  3. Congratulations with your followers….I am a fervent acolyte!!
    Thank you for sharing the pattern and I shall have an attempt at whipping some up at the first opportunity.I will let you know how I get on!

  4. Congratualitions to 100 followers and thank you so much for the pannie pattern!
    I was actually planning to make a pattern since you posted the pictures of your lovely pannies but now I don’t have to 🙂
    I’ll try to post some pictures when I get around to actually make some pannies 🙂

  5. Awesome 🙂 Thank you! Lingerie is my learning curve this year!

  6. Undies are so expensive to buy and the elastic goes after a few washes. Mum used to make them so you could change the elastic when it went.

    I make my own and match up the bras lot cheaper and fun than buying them

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