Since I worked last weekend I got a day off today. In my usual overambitious style I had a long mental list of what I should do (laundry/sort out the kid’s clothes/exercise/yadayada). But after I had dropped off my youngest at school I went to bed and slept until noon. Man, did that do wonder for my energy! After I woke up I went straight to the sewing machine and whipped up this Kwik Sew camisole in less than 2 hours. I know I have raved about Kwik Sew’s underwear patterns before, and this pattern (nr 2467) was no exception – great style, great fit and instructions that are super easy to follow.
Both the fabric and stretch lace are from my London trip. The fabric is rayon/silk/lycra single jersey, and it’s almost like fondling butter, very soft and even sensuous (if a fabric can have that quality – this is what it feels like).
I strongly recommend getting this pattern if you like classic cami style tops. There is pretty good room for a fuller bust if you pick a stretch fabric (my almost B cup doesn’t quite fill it). The slip looks really nice too. Don’t care for the cut of the panties though, but I think if you made them more like boy shorts they could be very nice too.