There is nothing I love more than lace underwear!  I will teach you how to make lace thongs for only a couple dollars.  It is mind blowingly simple and will take less than 10 minutes!

You don't need to pay their expensive prices to get brand name lingerie.

Step 1: Materials

Stretch Lace Trim - 45" length, approx. 2" width, the length depends on size, I am a small so I needed 45", see the next step to figure out how much lace you need.

Cotton - about 3 square inches, try to match the color of your lace, not necessary
<p>where are all the steps??</p>
where do you get the lace fabrick
lovely!can i still sew this without using a serger?i dont have a serger and only using an ordinary sewing machine with zigzag stitches.thanks!
<p>Recently I sewed a project without a serger so I hide the flare I sewed once the wrong sides facing each other and then the right sides facing each other to encase I guess you would say, the seem if you don't have a serger. Does that make sense?</p>
<p>What you did is called a French Seam. They are a great option for laces and other sheer fabrics.</p>
Did I miss where the cotton comes in? A crotch lining, perhaps?
Where do you get your stretch lace trim from? because i have looked everywhere and i can't find it!
great underwear!!! just can be a <a href="http://www.myshopplaza.com">bikini</a> in the summer.
Did you put the pants on and edit the pic by drawing over yourself and miss out the pants, or lay the pants out and take a pic and draw in the character?
Vary good cartooning work vary detailed
Where's the sexy model showing us how enticing these will be? You gals don't where these lovelies just to please yourselves, you know.
<p>Hi woodNfish. I noticed you felt it was necessary to objectify and belittle women in your comment. The purpose of this tutorial was not to get you off, I assume you're doing enough of that by yourself already. In the future, have some respect for women and the fact that our bodies are not here just to please you, you know. </p>
Are you talking about the cotton lining? Because I see it in the materials list, but not mentioned again.<br><br>And, while you're at it, how about the promised sizing guide? I don't see that either. Otherwise, great tutorial.
Carleyy - I like the way you think! :-)
*South Park Voice* Niiice *South Park Voice*<br>:D
How did you draw that pic?
Wouldn't you want something to protect sensitive areas from that seam? A little cotton liner maybe? Does the seam really not bother you or are these meant to be worn only for a little bit, not the whole day long. Thank you for making this 'ible, it's great, I am just wondering about that seam.

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