Swimsuit Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Swimsuit Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Swimsuit Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Swimsuit Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Swimsuit Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Swimsuit Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Swimsuit Sewing Pattern - Wardrobe By Me

Rita Swimsuit Sewing Pattern -Women's sizes

Regular priceR 200.14

This is a PDF sewing pattern.

A one-piece halterneck swimsuit that features a plunging V-neckline designed for jersey fabric in sizes US 0-16 & EU 30-46. with the following features:

  • PDF pattern printable on paper formats Letter, A4, and A0
  • Two cup sizes
  • Two leg heights
  • Alternate finished leg opening elastic or fabric
  • Tankini option
  • Halter neckline
  • Instructions for altering the trunk length 

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    Meet Rita, the ultimate one-piece halter neck swimsuit with a deep V-neckline, two cup choices, and two leg heights. The edges are adorned with folded elastic or fabric bands, and the front wraps around the side to the back, creating a slenderizing effect without a side seam. With a retro and marvelous design, Rita is a must-have for any beach or pool occasion.

    Skill level 2-3/4

    You have done some sewing but are not a super-experienced seamstress. You can handle sewing and folding elastic edges and gathers.

    swimsuit sewing pattern for women

    What you need to make a swimsuit
    • Swim jersey fabric
    • Elastic
    • One hook
    • Swim style lining (optional)
    • Sewing thread
    The pattern includes 
    • Layers
    • Trimless pages
    • Fully illustrated instructions
    • Metric and imperial measurements
    • A4, and letter paper format
    • A0 printshop format
    • Seam allowances 
      Printing information

      Measure the size of the square on the first pattern page and check that your printer's scaling is correct (2" x 2" / 5 cm x 5 cm). Use either A4 or Letter and print the document via Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it here for free. 

      Height 5'8", 172 cm
      swimsuit sewing pattern

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      Thank you for choosing our PDF sewing patterns for your creative projects! These digital PDF sewing patterns offer convenience and flexibility, allowing you to start sewing in no time. Below are detailed instructions on how to download, print, and tape the PDF patterns effectively:

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      Easy Assembly:

      Our sewing patterns boast trimless pages, a feature designed to streamline your assembly process. With trimless pages, you can effortlessly tape the pages together without the need to trim off any edges beforehand. This not only saves you time but also ensures precise alignment of the pattern pieces. Please refer to the detailed description available [here].

      • After printing, arrange the pages according to the provided layout guide on page three in the instructions book. Use clear tape to join the pages together, ensuring that the lines and markings align perfectly.
      • Read more about taping the pages together [here].

      Additional Tips:

      • Unzipping Files: You recieve the pattern in a compressed (.zip) format, simply double-click the file to unzip its contents. This will reveal the PDF pattern files ready for use. Remember to save the files on your device.

      Printing Instructions:

      • In Adobe Reader, navigate to the print settings to adjust paper size, orientation, and other preferences before printing your pattern. Ensure that your printer is set to "Actual Size" or "100% Scale" to maintain accuracy. Please find more details [here].

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      Happy Sewing!

      The WBM-team

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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 9 reviews

      Nice pattern not used yet

      Lisa Stankus
      An exciting future make ❣️

      Looking forward to making it!

      Caroline Wilson
      Perfect swimming costume

      I love the shape of this costume. It's really flattering and so comfortable. Will definitely make more.


      Great pattern particularly love the fit

      Nancy C.
      Takes the guesswork out of swimsuit making

      I never thought I'd make a swimsuit but now I don't think I'll ever buy one again!! I think one thing that made me much more confident about 'diving' into this project (haha!) was having made my own underwear using the WBM hipster pattern. I made this suit to wear around my parents on vacation, where we'll be visiting some hot springs, and I didn't want to have to worry about coverage in the bottom half while in close quarters.

      One thing I was worried about was making sure that the suit would be the right length, but the pattern has a foolproof method for taking your torso measurement and adjusting the pattern to your torso length. That was very reassuring, and it worked! I added lining in the front since my fabric is white and also added soft cups in the cup portion. I am an A or almost A cup and the pattern has two different cup sizes (A/B and C/D) to choose from.

      I chose the boycut bottom with bands for maximum coverage. I think this will also be the suit I wear when I go kayaking or do other water sports so I don't have to worry about exposing too much and can move with freedom. This suit has four choices for the leg opening cut (just like the underwear).

      The fabric is a textile designed by my friend and artist extraordinaire, Julia Allisson Cost (juliacost.com).