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Avec ses découpes arrondies et son bonnet de soutien-gorge en trois parties, le maillot de bain Sophie est à la fois joliment flatteur ET offre un bon maintien. Il vous donnera de l’allure, que vous soyez en vacances dans le Sud ou à la piscine municipale.

La version A est un maillot une pièce classique, avec des découpes accentuant la forme sablier et des bretelles élastiques. La version B rassemble un haut de bikini noué et une élégante culotte taille haute. Le maillot est sexy mais tout de même pudique, puisque les découpes de la culotte descendent bas sur les cuisses et que le bonnet couvre bien la poitrine. Révélez la créatrice en vous en jouant avec des tissus contrastants et des couleurs différentes, et apprenez comment ajoutez des armatures et des coques en mousse au soutien-gorge (optionnel) pour fabriquer le maillot de bain le plus soutenant du monde !

Produits connexes: Le cours en ligne de coudre votre maillot de bain de rêve. (En Anglais)

Tailles:Actuellement disponible en tailles 0-20 seulement (PDF)

Voir notre guide pour l'impression et l'assemblage de fichiers PDF ici (En Anglais)

SUGGESTED FABRIC

Body: Swimsuit lycra with 4-way stretch (at least 50% crosswise stretch). 

Lining: Swim lining with 4-way stretch (100% nylon suggested)

YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS

Fabric (58" / 1.5m): All sizes = 1yd/1m

Lining All sizes: .75 yd / .7m 

ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES
  • 1/4yd (.22m) bra cup foam for cups (suggested but optional) 
  • Underwire (suggested but optional) 1yd (.9m) of underwire channelling (suggested but optional) 
  • 1/2 yd (.5m) clear elastic for cups sewn without foam Stretch needles (important to avoid skipped stitches) 
  • 3/8” rubber or “swimwear” elastic (3.5 yds for swimsuit, 5 yds for bikini) 
  • Polyester thread 1 x 1” S-hooks or 1” swim closure (bikini top only) 
  • 4 x 3/8” S-hooks for swim straps, View A 
  • Small piece of bra lining for bridge stabilization 
  • Power mesh for center front of View A (optional) 
  • Measuring tape 
  • Chalk pencil or other marking tool

Sewing level: Intermediate 

Sizes: 0 - 20, 5 cup sizes per size (approx A, B, C, D, DD/E). See our sizing chart here

Finished measurements: See complete final measurements here 

Instructions: English or French Print at Home File (Letter & A4): 12-15 pages, sizes are not layered. 

Copy Shop (36"x48" / A0): 1 page, sizes are not layered.

Depuis notre studio situé dans la belle ville de Montréal, au Canada, nous sommes ravis d'expédier nos produits aux clients du monde entier. Pour les clients américains et canadiens, la livraison est gratuite pour les commandes de plus de 150 $. Nous nous engageons à investir dans des initiatives de durabilité afin de contrecarrer l'impact environnemental de l'expédition. Nous compensons notre empreinte carbone en versant des fonds à des projets de conservation des forêts pour chaque colis expédié.

Vous recevrez un courriel lorsque votre commande sera prête à être expédiée ; un numéro de suivi vous sera fourni le cas échéant. Une fois que vous avez été informé, le délai moyen d'expédition pour les États-Unis et le Canada est de 3 à 7 jours ouvrables. Les expéditions internationales peuvent prendre de 12 à 40 jours, selon votre lieu de résidence. La TVA peut être facturée aux clients internationaux en fonction de leur localisation. Les droits de douane et les taxes sur les envois internationaux sont à la charge du client.

Nous laissons un délai de 48 heures pour les commandes annulées. Une fois que votre commande est coupée, elle est définitive. Pour plus de questions sur l'expédition et les retours, consultez notre FAQ sur l'expédition et les retours.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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CT
I had to have this suit, but sadly not for me

The vintage look really appealed to me. I imagined myself looking quite glamorous in it.

I'm a quite heavily busted lady, so I had to do a couple of changes to make the suit appropriate to be seen wearing in public. To achieve the support I needed I modified and substituted a tried and true, already tested underwired cut & sew foam bra pattern for the pattern’s top and attached that bra to the bottom portion of the one piece. I also made the color block bottoms separately to be worn with a different suit. I had zero difficulties with the directions or assembly of the suits. I wore both suits during a 10 day trip where I had on swimwear from about 10am until 6pm daily.

Why not for me? I found that the vintage styled square shaped leg opening made my legs look quite stout and even shorter than usual. A 10 day trial was sufficient time for them to “grow on me”, but sadly they didn't look any more appealing after I was used to seeing myself in them. Both suits have gone in the trash now that I have re-claimed the parts of the suits I can re-use for other swim projects.

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Erin
Large cups need not apply

I had been wanting to try this pattern and was so excited to sew it! I'm an expert level sewist, so the instructions are fairly straightforward but the sizing leaves much to be desired. I wish the sizing worked within a usual cup/band formula instead of trying to create a new system. I tried sister sizing and making adjustments within this sizing scheme and ended up with a big mess. The cups are enormous in circumference but very flat. Sewing the bikini top was such a disappointment that I haven't bothered finishing the bottom and am dismantling the top for parts. This pattern seems to work well for others, but definitely not for my small band/large cups body type.

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Mary
There are a lot of steps but it is really worth it

I have made bras before, but was always nervous to incorporate underwires. No more! They are easier than expected and the instructions were thorough.
There are a lot of steps, but I found it to be really worth sewing and a super enjoyable process. I really liked how the steps didn't have to be done by a serger and I really like the cup shape. If I could go back I would make the straps a lil thicker to give it even more of a vintage feel. There are a lot of options for color blocking the pieces and I used an old leopard print bikini top to make the cups! I think I will make the one piece in the future because it reminds me of a swimsuit my mom's old barbie had :) I am a 42 C

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Tiffany Cahuzac
Such a rewarding sewing

I've had my eyes on Sophie for 4 years but was too afraid or to late in my summer sewing list to attempt it.
This year it was my top priority and I've made two. The pattern is well fitted, explanations are so so clear. Next year's already planned and maybe the foam bra version too.

S
Stevie
Manageable, even for a novice (but not great for large busts)

My sewing past mostly involved easy things (like curtains) and mending clothing, so this was far more challenging than I'm used to. I haven't yet finished the project, but I'm about 70% through and have been pleased with the pattern and the instructions and feel quite capable. My only complaint is that editing the pattern for a larger bust has been hard and discouraging. I increased the cups (somewhat) successfully only to later realize that the bands no longer matched up and will need to be redone. The pattern didn't promise to fit my size (F) so I won't hold that against it, however, the whole reason I'm willing to make my own bathing suit, which is an extremely time-consuming and rather expensive pursuit, is because I am not an average size. This is to say, if the pattern doesn't support people of unusual proportions, then who is this pattern for? If I was an average size, I would just buy a bathing suit pre-made. Overall, the pattern is great, just not made with me in mind.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
60%
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20%
(1)
20%
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CT
I had to have this suit, but sadly not for me

The vintage look really appealed to me. I imagined myself looking quite glamorous in it.

I'm a quite heavily busted lady, so I had to do a couple of changes to make the suit appropriate to be seen wearing in public. To achieve the support I needed I modified and substituted a tried and true, already tested underwired cut & sew foam bra pattern for the pattern’s top and attached that bra to the bottom portion of the one piece. I also made the color block bottoms separately to be worn with a different suit. I had zero difficulties with the directions or assembly of the suits. I wore both suits during a 10 day trip where I had on swimwear from about 10am until 6pm daily.

Why not for me? I found that the vintage styled square shaped leg opening made my legs look quite stout and even shorter than usual. A 10 day trial was sufficient time for them to “grow on me”, but sadly they didn't look any more appealing after I was used to seeing myself in them. Both suits have gone in the trash now that I have re-claimed the parts of the suits I can re-use for other swim projects.

E
Erin
Large cups need not apply

I had been wanting to try this pattern and was so excited to sew it! I'm an expert level sewist, so the instructions are fairly straightforward but the sizing leaves much to be desired. I wish the sizing worked within a usual cup/band formula instead of trying to create a new system. I tried sister sizing and making adjustments within this sizing scheme and ended up with a big mess. The cups are enormous in circumference but very flat. Sewing the bikini top was such a disappointment that I haven't bothered finishing the bottom and am dismantling the top for parts. This pattern seems to work well for others, but definitely not for my small band/large cups body type.

M
Mary
There are a lot of steps but it is really worth it

I have made bras before, but was always nervous to incorporate underwires. No more! They are easier than expected and the instructions were thorough.
There are a lot of steps, but I found it to be really worth sewing and a super enjoyable process. I really liked how the steps didn't have to be done by a serger and I really like the cup shape. If I could go back I would make the straps a lil thicker to give it even more of a vintage feel. There are a lot of options for color blocking the pieces and I used an old leopard print bikini top to make the cups! I think I will make the one piece in the future because it reminds me of a swimsuit my mom's old barbie had :) I am a 42 C

T
Tiffany Cahuzac
Such a rewarding sewing

I've had my eyes on Sophie for 4 years but was too afraid or to late in my summer sewing list to attempt it.
This year it was my top priority and I've made two. The pattern is well fitted, explanations are so so clear. Next year's already planned and maybe the foam bra version too.

S
Stevie
Manageable, even for a novice (but not great for large busts)

My sewing past mostly involved easy things (like curtains) and mending clothing, so this was far more challenging than I'm used to. I haven't yet finished the project, but I'm about 70% through and have been pleased with the pattern and the instructions and feel quite capable. My only complaint is that editing the pattern for a larger bust has been hard and discouraging. I increased the cups (somewhat) successfully only to later realize that the bands no longer matched up and will need to be redone. The pattern didn't promise to fit my size (F) so I won't hold that against it, however, the whole reason I'm willing to make my own bathing suit, which is an extremely time-consuming and rather expensive pursuit, is because I am not an average size. This is to say, if the pattern doesn't support people of unusual proportions, then who is this pattern for? If I was an average size, I would just buy a bathing suit pre-made. Overall, the pattern is great, just not made with me in mind.