Rosy Ladyshorts

Frou-frou meets everyday in these easy-to-make lace boyshorts that sit at the hips. Here’s everything you need to know to make this free, downloadable pattern!

Note: Please make sure to change your print settings so that the pdf prints at 100% with no page scaling. Some browsers (Internet Explorer) do not always allow you to print the entire pdf, which is why I recommend saving the pdf from your browser and printing it in a separate pdf viewer. I recommend Adobe Reader–it’s free.

16 comments

  1. Mari says:

    Thanks so much for making this pattern & providing it free. I’ve made two pairs already, love them & can’t wait to make more. 🙂

  2. blacklabel says:

    Im so digging these brooks & thanks for the free pattern. Im downloading this now & as soon as I finish a few things on my {ALTERATIONS} list, I will be putting these on the cutting table! Lovely blog BTW.

  3. elise says:

    Thank you for the instructions and free pattern.
    You’ve such a wonderfully interesting and lovely blog , I’m truly enjoying it!
    Best,
    Elise

  4. Linda says:

    Hi! I was trying to look at the pattern, but from what I could see the PDF shows only one of 13 pages. I’m wondering if others are having a problem with the PDF as well…?

    • Amy says:

      Hi Linda, if you could give me some specifics, that would be awesome! I am at the mercy of my blog software on this. When you click the link, does it take you to a page? And what browser are you using?

  5. Vicki says:

    Hi Amy,

    I made my first pair of Rosy lady shorts and had no trouble putting them together and they fit well. Thank you!! I did find that they don’t cover much of my backside (I’m pretty flat back there and used a size 4). Not that that is a problem just different from the photo.

  6. Marie says:

    Hi! I’ve found you via projects on the burdastyle site and I like your ladyshorts pattern! Thanks for sharing, I will download it to try it in the next time! I also find the tutorial on how to make them very helpful, especially the part about adding the elastics!
    Greetings from Switzerland

  7. AmyInNH says:

    Thank you! I detest the side seams that dig into my skin and so the one central seam per side is a perfect solution. Thanks for sharing this.

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