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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 3064 (Misses Swimsuits)

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Posted on:6/18/11 11:40 AM
Last Updated:6/19/11 9:35 AM
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lcdrbetty said... (10/11/12 8:06 AM) Reply
Just got this pattern. Great review, & will be very helpful as I have a long torso. Still looking for the right fabric.
redrockcity said... (7/5/11 11:19 PM) Reply
Gorgeous color and beautiful suit! Link to bra cup tip is very helpful, thank you!
cybermom said... (6/23/11 8:14 AM) Reply
The suit look lovely. I'm trying to sew a suit this week. They look very complicated. You did great1
ArtAttack said... (6/19/11 11:52 PM) Reply
Great suit!
The Funky Seamstress said... (6/19/11 8:01 PM) Reply
Thanks for the tip on checking length first. I am just about to make a Kwik Sew racer-back suit, and was just gonna cut it right out of the box. Now I will be more diligent and measure first! Thank you!
carolynw said... (6/19/11 7:04 PM) Reply
WOW! Talk about a great fit and they look absolutely top end RTW! Great work and I am sure you saved yourself a huge amount of $$$$ - a good fitting bathing suit costs and arm and a leg these days. You have got it made in the shade!
Margaret said... (6/19/11 11:03 AM) Reply
Great work on the suits! Glad you were able to get the length worked out. Maybe the sarong can be worn with the plum one?
sewing for fun said... (6/19/11 10:56 AM) Reply
I think your suit is beautiful! Thanks for details on fitting. The stretch and sew wrap suit (style is very similar) has some good instructions for a shelf bra suitable for a wrap design - I just added bra cups to the shelf bra. Since the underbust elastic holds the bra portion in place, it helps keep the support on the correct level instead of dragging it down. I get swim bra cups from Needlenook fabrics - they have nice smooth molded cups in huge size range.
BexInMD said... (6/19/11 10:52 AM) Reply
Beautiful color, and your perseverance gave a great fit. I'm sure your result will inspire many others to give swimsuits a try.
Terri A said... (6/19/11 0:48 AM) Reply
WOW! Pretty!
cleverkitty said... (6/18/11 11:49 PM) Reply
Really Nice Suit I'm impressed!!!!
mary in FL said... (6/18/11 8:56 PM) Reply
Lovely swim suit!
21wale said... (6/18/11 7:54 PM) Reply
It looks fantastic! The style is very flattering. Wedgies are a no go, unfortunately, but hopefully your next suit will be easy to whip up with your newly gained knowledge. Thanks for the link, too.
Sew it seams said... (6/18/11 7:50 PM) Reply
Your swimsuit is very pretty. Thanks for this review. It really looks great on you.
Mushywear said... (6/18/11 3:15 PM) Reply
Thanks for reviewing this pattern. I really want to make a couple of swimsuits this summer too and have this pattern. I wondered about whether to lengthen the torso also, so thanks for the tip there. Great job!
marec said... (6/18/11 2:46 PM) Reply
Great suit, and you are so much closer to a perfect fit than you were before starting. I am impressed.
marjoriekh said... (6/18/11 1:59 PM) Reply
Can you believe how much swimsuits cost these days?? Adventurous of you to make one, and if the length is your only problem, you've done extremely well. Looks great from the photo, too.
sewbehind said... (6/18/11 12:28 PM) Reply
You look great in your new swimsuit. This is my favourite pattern. Will have to try the bra cups in mine next time. It looks really nice with the contrast in another colour as well. can you use the fabric from the sarong that didn't work for this piece? Looks great in any event.
Christas said... (6/18/11 12:13 PM) Reply
Your bathing suit looks fantastic! I am sure you can tweak the fit on the next one, and it will be perfect! Kudos to you for even having the courage to sew a swimsuit! You are way ahead of me. I am still in the pattern and fabric stage. Thanks so much for your review.
Time4me said... (6/18/11 12:01 PM) Reply
Your suit looks very lovely and thanks for the link to the bra cups tip.
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