Euler Bralette by Sophie Hines

A lined bralette featuring with adjustable elastic straps and an under-bust elastic band. Two views included.

Pattern: Euler Bralette
Designer: Sophie Hines
Categories: Intimates
Difficulty: Intermediate
Recommended Fabrics: Lycra, Spandex
required fabric: 1/3
Sizes: XS - XXL
Digital Sewing Pattern$10.00
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The Euler Bralette sewing pattern by Sophie Hines is a fully-lined, soft bra that is fully lined with curved center seams. It includes the option for a bralette with straight straps and neckline trim or a bralette with crossed racerback straps and two underbust bands. This pattern is geared towards those sewists who are beginning to sew bras.

Pattern Previews

Euler Bralette by Sophie Hines Pattern Preview 1 |
Euler Bralette by Sophie Hines Pattern Preview 2 |
Euler Bralette by Sophie Hines Pattern Preview 3 |

Pattern Details

Intended Paper Size: Letter (8.5in x 11in) or A4 (21cm x 29.7cm)
Number of Files Included: 3
Total Number of Pages: 15
Copy Shop Version Included: Yes
Pattern uses layers to select size: Yes

Pattern Size Chart (inches)

Band Size303234363840

Fabric Required (yards)

Exterior fabric 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3
Lining (optional) 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3

Recommended Fabrics

  • Lycra
  • Spandex

Required Sewing Techniques

Required Tools

  • Sewing Machine
  • Scissors
  • Stitch Ripper
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Pins

Optional Tools

  • Rotary Cutter and Mat
  • Tailor's Chalk

Required Supplies

  • Ballpoint Needle
  • Elastic
  • Hook & Eye
  • Thread

Optional Supplies

  • Trim

Additional Notes

This sewing pattern includes all pattern pieces and instructions with illustrations.

I can't comment for accuracy of sizing, since I could never manage to put the cut out bra together due to incomprehensible instructions. The pdf came together easily enough, but that's where the ease stopped. I was probably one of the first people to buy this pattern in 2016. Then I got an email saying: "the first printing of the Euler Bralette is here! New and improved directions + illustrations to keep you sailing smoothly". So I wrote to ask for the new instructions - expecting the usual nice indie designer response. Instead I was basically told I should buy the printed pattern! and "we're working on updating its instructions within the next few weeks." In May! I wrote to her again a month ago and still heaven't received a response.

Don't bother.