Soooo, I’m wearing them now. And they are really comfortable, actually much more so than my other draw’rs of similar style. Actually, I’ve been wearing them since 10 min after I took that pic, and they wear pretty comfortably. They’re, um, light as air. :teehee: Really. Some folks do wear such pretty panties as actual undergarments for a whole day for our own enjoyment and not just to show someone for 5 minutes :flirt: Who am I showing, anyway? :doh:
Oh, I know what you’re thinking: But really, why not?
I’m invited, right? :teehee: Since you’re going to make them, maybe I can pass on a few bits of info? The non-elasticity of regular bind off is slightly problematic, not once you are actually wearing them (assuming you made them the right size), but just when you’re pulling them over your rear. I bound off in rib, But should I do it again, I think I’d try the kitchener bind off and def go up a needle size. After binding off the last stitch is put on a crochet hook and a picot edging is worked. I held some elastic under the crochet round and weaved it in, which I think/hope is a good idea to make sure they keep their elastic.
I’m telling you guys, they are not uncomfortable at all, though the more practical-minded might want to make this in a machine wash yarn. But hey, I have non-machine wash sock yarn, so why not? *eyeing sock yarn, wondering if it would make nice panties . . . *