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These knickers are handmade at home on my domestic sewing machine and are made by up-cycling clothing and fabrics, then trimming them with stretch lace, ribbons and bows.

All styles are cut from professional knicker patterns made by Emma through knowledge gained from 15 years experience in the Lingerie industry, and so each pair has a professional look, fit and finish that rivals any high-street equivalent. The knickers are designed with comfort as a priority.

They are made to fit flat onto your body to minimise VPLs (visible panty lines) and maximise comfort. Each pair of knickers is completely unique, and handmade with a lot of love.

Made to order from £10 per pair (price available on request) plus 1.95GBP postage and packing.

Email Emma to order:

Allow 1 to 2 weeks for delivery.

**Please note that all the knickers are unique, including those in the photos above, so it is not possible to duplicate colourways, please give a colour preference when ordering. **

The knickers are very light and can easily be posted overseas. I can take commissions and I am happy to create any style that you are looking for, for any occasion. I would like the wonderful diversity of women’s style and body shapes to be reflected in the types of underwear that I create.

If you have an inquiry then feel free to contact me on


5 Comments leave one →
  1. Mark in Cardiff permalink
    March 16, 2011 8:40 pm


    ..LOL – a veritable festival in fabric, an ocular cornucopia – your neighbours must love the multicolour panorama! When Gardeners’ World recommend “colour-in-winter” they probably never had this in mind. ;o) 😀

    Seriously though, commenting just to offer encouragement, the whole anticapitalist sustainability thing. This brief (groan, roll-eyes) blog-visit was actually just a stumble-clicking hop’n’skip from Cardiff’s E:DN site crowd, a couple of whom I met at last night’s Pecha-Kucha, and they even mentioned you in passing. Mind you, as a sadly single, not something I’ll be buying any time soon. But hey, if opportunity arises I’ll certainly nudge peeps your way. 🙂

    Keep up the good work. All the best,



  2. Sue permalink
    July 21, 2011 4:02 pm

    These look wonderful. Do you run any classes in knicker making or have a book or anything that you can recommend ???

    Many thanks

    • July 22, 2011 11:10 am

      Hi Sue! Thanks for your comment! I do run knicker making classes occasionally, where are you based? I don’t have a book that I can recommend but I do sell knicker making kits if that is any good? There are full instructions and these knickers shapes are designed specifically for beginners and home projects. If you’d like anymore info feel free to drop an email at Thanks and best wishes, Emma

  3. August 25, 2011 9:14 pm

    hello love the colour choice. how did it go on the market stall, the Netil Market? are you still there? i was wanting to do something like you are doing but i can’t find good fabrics. i dont know how on earth you managed to track down lace. i can’t even manage to find lilac elastic. any pointers? thnaks and good luck (i live in london BTW)


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