Spread the love
This post may contain affiliate links for products I love and recommend.

The other day I found myself in line at Victoria’s Secret excited to buy 5 pairs of panties for less than $30. Since they always have so many cute prints and colors, I ended up spending almost $75 for about 1/2 yard of fabric. It wasn’t until I watched the cashier fold up my tiny pile of panties that I had my ah-ha moment. Why was I not making these? The pattern is so simple and it takes almost zero supplies. I could make several pairs of no-show panties out of $3 of fabric!

And that my friends is how today’s DIY was born. Since we’ll be making this pattern from scratch, I created an easy-to-follow video tutorial for you to follow along. Once you’ve created the initial pattern, you’ll be ready to make as many DIY seamless panties as you want! You could even make them to match this DIY Lace Bralette or the Easy Bra Refashion we made a few weeks ago!

This DIY should take less than an hour to complete the first time and even less when you are making more since your pattern will be ready to go.

Below, the pink colored panties are mine and the black and white PINK ones are obviously by Victoria’s Secret.

How to make easy seamless DIY panties . A simple Victorias Secret knockoff tutorial

Before we continue, I want to make it very clear that I absolutely love Victoria’s Secret. In writing today’s tutorial, I just want to make comfortable, sexy panties available for everyone. Especially women who can’t afford the hefty price tag. If you’d like to shop the line I’ve been almost exclusively wearing, here it is:

And now, on to the tutorial!


My supply lists are shoppable for your convenience! Just click any link below to get everything you’ll need to complete this project without adding extra errands to your day.

How to make easy seamless DIY panties .. A simple Victorias Secret lingerie knockoff tutorial

DIY Seamless Panties Video Tutorial:

If you ever have any questions while working on making your DIY seamless panties, please let me know in the comments below so I can help out! I love hearing from you guys and seeing how your DIY’s turn out!

Loved The Post? Please Pin It!

Make A Coordinating Bra W/ These Tutorials