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Harriet Bra Pattern

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Note: This pattern uses UK bra sizes. View the measuring guide (and here is a metric version) to find your size.

(This is a digital sewing pattern.)

Get ready for some oomph! Refinement meets support in the Harriet, an underwired bra designed to become a true foundation in your wardrobe--and your bra sewing adventures! The Harriet's classic style features a lovely balconette neckline, supportive scoop-back straps, and a 3-piece cup seam design that lifts and centers.

Views A and B feature supportive, unlined cup fabrics and an optional lace upper cup. View C has a partially lined cup and fully lined cradle which gives you opportunities to play with lace on the front of the bra.

I designed this bra to dance that delicate line between sensual shape and practical support details, and it has quickly become my favorite for playing with lace! I wanted to create a versatile style for wide range of sizes; the cups were drafted and graded in 3 different groups to accommodate needs on both ends of the size spectrum.


Size Group 1: 28-42 A-E
Size Group 2: 28-42 E-H

Note: This pattern uses UK bra sizing. After a D, it increases to D, DD, E, F, FF, G, GG, H.

Don't know which size pack to choose? View the measuring guide.

Harriet was drafted around regular length wires from Bra-makers Supply. View wire charts here. This is helpful in comparing wire lengths and widths from other suppliers.


  • A 27-page illustrated booklet with finely detailed step-by-step instructions. Includes tips on lace cutting with bonus information on choosing bra fabrics with good support and stretch qualities.
  • Pattern pdfs. Each includes a guide to printing the size you need. All sizes print on 4-6 pieces of paper and no taping is required. Pattern includes seam allowances and seamlines are marked on each piece for accurate adjustments.

This pattern is for personal use only, and no part may be reproduced, transmitted, or shared in any form, including using it to manufacture your own products. Please read why here.