Acacia Curve underwear pattern

$12.00 AUD

PDF Pattern sizes 14-30
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Low rise bikini cut underwear. Pattern features gusset with fully enclosed seams, comfortable fit and ample coverage. The detailed instructions include three different elastic insertion methods. Perfect for beginners to learn new skills or experienced sewers to whip up quickly. 

Make yourself an entire drawer of gorgeous undies and use up all your scraps!

Skill: 1/5

Sizing: 14-30 (digital PDF). See our sizing chart here.

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PDF pattern details

This pattern is only available as a downloadable PDF.

After checkout your pattern will be available immediately via a unique URL emailed to you. Ensure that you save your pattern to your computer before printing to save it for future use. 

Your 14-30 PDF pattern includes the following files:

  • Print at home pattern US letter size / 11 pages
  • Print at home pattern A4 size / 11 pages
  • Print at home instructions US letter size / 5 pages
  • Print at home instructions A4 size / 5 pages
  • Stretch percentage guide

Ensure that you select "no page scaling" or similar when printing, and check the calibration square before cutting out.

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Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 64 reviews
91%
(58)
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J
JDM
I Love This Pattern!

One might think, "underwear is underwear," but that's not the case. You know those times when you need a pantie that sits a smidge higher on the waist, or covers your bum a little more over here for a particular outfit? You can do that! And what about the times you want something a little more special (or a little more plain)? You can do that, too! AND... it'll fit exactly the way you want it to, in all the right places. Enter the Megan Nielsen Acacia Curve underwear pattern. Mic drop.

J
Johanna Dean
Great, easy pattern

I really loved this pattern, especially as a first time panty maker. I will be making some adjustments to make it perfect for my body, but it was true to size, quick to construct, and the instructions were clear.

P
Pamela J
Absolutely love these

I did have to adjust the pattern ever so slightly because I cut the wrong size, too big, which is always better than to small. But it took me about 30 mins to make my first pair and they turned out nicely. I will use different material next time, the stretch fabric I use is beautiful but it move a bit much.
The pattern itself it great, they printed very nicely and were easy to cut and put together. I'll be making more very soon. Thank you for a great panty pattern, I love it.

K
Katherine Hajer
Great fit, easy to alter

I was really happy to find the Acacia Curve pattern! Because I am not a bikini wearer, the first thing I did was extend the side seams up to match my current set of store-bought underwear... and they came out exactly as I'd hoped! So far I've made one pair from remnants, and one pair from reused fabric from a t-shirt. Both versions fit great -- meaning I don't think about how they fit at all when I'm wearing them. The instructions were very clear and easy to follow. The only thing I'd warn my fellow sewing noobs about is that the previously-sewn seams are quite thick by the time you are attaching the leg elastic... have a roll of fabric or a ruler or something handy so the presser foot doesn't get stuck when it's crossing over the previous seams. The finished product doesn't feel thick or stiff, it's just a sewing machine thing I didn't know about when I made my first pair.

N
Noreen Bilsborough
Acacia Pattern

Wonderful Pattern,

Customer Reviews

Based on 64 reviews
91%
(58)
8%
(5)
2%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
JDM
I Love This Pattern!

One might think, "underwear is underwear," but that's not the case. You know those times when you need a pantie that sits a smidge higher on the waist, or covers your bum a little more over here for a particular outfit? You can do that! And what about the times you want something a little more special (or a little more plain)? You can do that, too! AND... it'll fit exactly the way you want it to, in all the right places. Enter the Megan Nielsen Acacia Curve underwear pattern. Mic drop.

J
Johanna Dean
Great, easy pattern

I really loved this pattern, especially as a first time panty maker. I will be making some adjustments to make it perfect for my body, but it was true to size, quick to construct, and the instructions were clear.

P
Pamela J
Absolutely love these

I did have to adjust the pattern ever so slightly because I cut the wrong size, too big, which is always better than to small. But it took me about 30 mins to make my first pair and they turned out nicely. I will use different material next time, the stretch fabric I use is beautiful but it move a bit much.
The pattern itself it great, they printed very nicely and were easy to cut and put together. I'll be making more very soon. Thank you for a great panty pattern, I love it.

K
Katherine Hajer
Great fit, easy to alter

I was really happy to find the Acacia Curve pattern! Because I am not a bikini wearer, the first thing I did was extend the side seams up to match my current set of store-bought underwear... and they came out exactly as I'd hoped! So far I've made one pair from remnants, and one pair from reused fabric from a t-shirt. Both versions fit great -- meaning I don't think about how they fit at all when I'm wearing them. The instructions were very clear and easy to follow. The only thing I'd warn my fellow sewing noobs about is that the previously-sewn seams are quite thick by the time you are attaching the leg elastic... have a roll of fabric or a ruler or something handy so the presser foot doesn't get stuck when it's crossing over the previous seams. The finished product doesn't feel thick or stiff, it's just a sewing machine thing I didn't know about when I made my first pair.

N
Noreen Bilsborough
Acacia Pattern

Wonderful Pattern,

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