Not only are these lovelies available in multiple sizes (I've graded the patterns to every size the original pattern was available in back in the day) but they're also available in both paper, and instant download versions!
So without further ado...
SIZING: Size 14 - 20, 32 - 38" bust, 27" - 32" waist.
This great step-in can be sewn in 2 ways with either lace or self fabric uppers. The fitted top has V - shaped neckline and the lower section joins the upper section in a pointed line.
SIZING: Sizes 14 - 24, 32 - 42" bust, 26" - 36" waist.
SIZING: 32"- 50" Bust.
SIZING: 34"- 48" Bust.
And that's not all! When I wasn't working on bra sew-along posts, I was putting something very exciting into the works. I'll soon be posting a complete tutorial series on how to draft a Haslam Foundation Pattern, adapt it to another design, and sew the whole thing up into a complete garment.
... and I shall call it Project Haslam...
How about you? Have you ever tried the Haslam pattern drafting system? Did it go well for you or was it intimidating?
Would you be interested in giving it a try if I posted a free pattern for you to use?