Bridgette Swimsuit

digital pdf sewing pattern


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Bridgette is ready for fun in the sun! The Bridgette swimsuit has so many features. It can be sewn as a one piece or a tankini. Both options can feature the full top ruffle or it can be made as a simple suit with no ruffle.

The Bridgette suit has a wonderful fit that will provide the coverage and comfort needed to play all day without any worries. The tutorial walks you through how to choose the right size and is full of tips for those new to sewing swim.

The Instant Download PDF Includes:

  • Sizes: 2T - 10 years
  • Size Chart, Fabric Requirements, Fabric Recommendations, Notions, and Sewing Tips
  • Full tutorial and step-by-step instructions, including over 40 color photos to clarify each step for beginners
  • Includes (2) Downloadable Files:
    • US Letter (A4 compatible): Print from home with regular computer paper, tape together, and then cut pattern pieces
    • A0 Copy Shop (Projector compatible): Send off to print large scale or use with your at home projector

    Click here to download the free Bridgette Coloring Page.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Jeni G.

I recently made a swimsuit for my granddaughter with this pattern. At first I wasn'tsure about it becauseof the ruffle, . It was an easy sew.
My granddaughter absolutely loves it. I will be making her another soon.

Love this swimsuit!

I loved the instructionals, and this suit turned out so wonderful! My daughter loves it!

Amanda M.
Great Swim Patter

I loved the ease of making this pattern. The directions were clear and the end result was perfect. My little one loved her new suit. Thank you!

Amanda Olivier
3.5 to 4

I made the Tankini twice. This is hard to criticize because its so adorable. I do recommend people make it with the following cautions. I highly recommend doing a “mock up” with less expensive lycra. I made a mock up with cheap lycra just to practice the binding and check the fitting. I am also new to the coverstitch so this was my first real project with my new Juki 1700 so I’m getting better with every step. One mild criticism I have of the pattern is the ruffle is at worst, awkward but the girls LOVE it. Sometimes I found the instructions confusing because the “wrong” side of the fabric was difficult to see in pictures and sometimes I found the instructions confusing hence the mock up suggestion. The only other suggestion I would highly recommend that I didn’t see in the pattern instructions was to trim the seam allowance down in the binding because it makes it much easier to turn it to the right side if the allowance is trimmed. I don’t know why thats not in the instructions but I didn’t see it. I recommend this pattern if you love the design.

Jordan A.
Just what I was looking for

Made a great gift for my niece