Crafted with precision and an eye for style, our Darted Triangle Top sewing pattern seamlessly combines classic aesthetics with modern skimpy. Perfect for beginners and expert sawists alike, this design ensures a flattering fit for smaller bust figures. This darted triangle top is a must have if you want to enhance your bust line, not smash it. The darted triangle top for smaller chested women is great for for raves, cosplay, swimwear, and more. Inclusive sizing from XS to L, ensuring everyone finds their perfect skimpy fit. Let me know if you have any questions?
- Includes sizes XS-L
- One coverage option, triangle top runs smaller than most
- Formatted to print on US letter (8.5 x 11)
- Test square in US 2 x 2 inch and Metric unit 5.08 cm
- Pattern is color coded per size so you can make YOUR custom size
What You Will Need
- 2 pieces 1 yard each binding/piping of 2 or 4 way stretch fabric (I use precut binding)
- ¼ yard 2 or 4 way stretch fabric (you can use scraps) place pattern on the fabric grain / arrow
- ¼ yard optional lining (you can use scraps) match fabric stretch with Tri-Top
- Matching Thread
- Overlock machine / zig-zag stitch on a regular sewing machine
- Binding Foot is optional (I never used one)
- Serger stitch the dart of (1) from the fold to the bottom edge. Repeat on both bust pieces of (1)
- Serger stitch the bottom of both triangles for aesthetics (not a requirement but recommended)
- Hem 1/2″ on both sides of (1) using a zigzag or cover stitch. Repeat this step on both bust pieces. Make sure to tuck in the tips of top where you will attach the sting in step 5. Check out this video to learn how https://youtu.be/im_LRABmpvU
- Sew both strings (2) measuring a minimum of 1 yard. Add ¼ yard per size depending on fabric stretch. Fold in the sides, then finish the stitch using a cover stitch, zigzag stitch or any other stretch stitch. Use a binding foot if you have one.
- Cut one of the strings you created in half for the neck straps. Sew the both neck straps to the top of (1) using a straight stitch.
- Use a straight stitch hem to both bottom edges of (1) ½” for the string hole.
- Pull string through both tringles using a string turner or safety pin. Tie ends to secure
Follow Along Video https://youtu.be/KUZ7euQ4MyU