Leopard Rose Scuba Quartet
The Leopard Rose Scuba Quartet combines our Leopard Print Crepe Scuba, Red Floral Stretch Lace, Black Power Net, and Black Sheer Cup Lining, with your choice of a Bra, Bralette, or Jewel findings kit. All for $45! This beautiful quartet is a perfect combination of bold patterns and classic colours to add some excitement to your next sewing project!
Our goal is to create fun, elegant kits that take the guess-work out of purchasing fabric for your bra-making projects. We want to help you think creatively, move outside your comfort zones, and experiment with new materials. Let yourself be inspired by the Leopard Rose Scuba Quartet to create your new favourite bra or bralette! We can’t wait to see your creations!
The Quartet includes the following:
- Leopard Print Crepe Scuba fabric for the cups and frame
- Power Net fabric for the bands (Doubleknit Powernet may be substituted if necessary)
- Black Sheer Cup Lining
- Eight Inch Red Floral Stretch Lace
- Small or Large Findings Kit with all the elastics etc. to complete the bra
- Rings and Slides and a coordinating bow in your preferred colour
Please note – the quartets do not include underwires.
How to Use:
Combine the Leopard Rose Scuba Quartet with any one of our Patterns to create your own one-of-a-kind designer bra or bralette.
The Leopard Rose Scuba Quartet includes all of the fabrics you will need to make a scuba fabric and lace bra or bralette. The fabrics are cut and packaged, making purchasing your bra fabrics a breeze! This pack also includes a coordinating Bra, Bralette, Jewel or Ingrid Findings Kit – everything you need to make a complete bra (except the underwires) or bralette!
We suggest adding .3M of Foam if you would like to make the Ruby, Sapphire or Amethyst Pattern with the Leopard Rose Scuba Quartet, and to select an underwire in your preferred size unless you would like to make one of the Sweet Sixteen Bralettes, or an Ingrid.
Violet Aubertin (verified owner) –
I purchased this kit but did not get enough of the scuba to make my front frame on the classic pinup. Even by seaming in the middle the width for proper layout with the greatest degree of stretch is not wide enough. If I can do it with seams and I’m not sure it will work it will take two seams and they would likely have to go mid cup to make it work. So if you have a wider frame it’s something to take into consideration. Would using the stretch in the least for this piece work? Enquiring minds want to know.
Beverly Johnson –
The band and/ or frame can be seamed anywhere along its length. I have often seamed the frame directly under the cup at the seam/ notch, in order to save fabric or to position a part of the design where I want it. However the back band must be cut on the DOGS in order for the band to stretch around the body. The front doesn’t matter because you will likely stabilize under that anyway.