GIGI Bikinis

Jalie 3671 - GIGI - View B (V-neck) with high-waist bottom
Jalie 3671 - GIGI - View B (V-neck) with high-waist bottom
  • Jalie 3671 - GIGI - View B (V-neck) with high-waist bottom
  • Jalie 3671 - GIGI - View B (V-neck), double-tie back
  • Jalie 3671 - GIGI - View A with low-waist bottom
  • Jalie 3671 - GIGI - View A, regular straps, single-tie back
  • Jalie 3671 - GIGI - Bikini in size FF (22)
  • Jalie 3671 - GIGI - View B (V-neck) with low-waist bottom (Funkifabrics TS119)
  • Jalie 3671 - GIGI - Bikini in size I (5)
  • Jalie 3671 - GIGI - Line Drawings
  • Jalie 3671 - GIGI - Pattern Cover

Select a pattern type:



  • Fully lined
  • Underbust band that stays in place
  • Princess seaming at the front
  • Gathers at center front.
  • Choice of single- or double-tie back with clasp.
  • You can wear the top halter, over-the-shoulder or X-Back style.

  • A: Feel confident in the waves with this V-Neck bralette top! Wide straps in adult sizes in sizes (Q and up).
  • B: Tan friendly bandeau bikini top with narrow or wide straps. A classic for the beach!

** ERRATUM**  
Piece A: Size L is missing. You can find it here


  • Lined front
  • Regular leg opening (not too high, not too low)
  • Optional decorative ties at the sides for ruching and do add a fun element to a staple swimwear piece.

  • C: Low-waist, finished with an elastic
  • D: High-waist, finished with wide waistband.

Recommended Fabric

Swimwear fabric with 60% stretch in the length and across the width

PDF Info

Layered PDF (print one size at a time), Print at home (A4 + Letter-size paper), Copy Shop (wide format A0 + 36''), Projector file


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Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

Love this Bathing Suit Pattern
I love this bathing suit pattern! I have made 2 so far within one week and plan to make more. The pattern is easy to follow and sews up quickly.

I have made many bathing suits in the last few years and the instructions on this pattern are the best by far. I love how you construct the straps. I made my first one with some leftover scrap swimwear fabric I had from a suit I made a couple of years ago and it turned out great. The only thing I changed a little on the second one I made was the bottoms. I wanted a little more coverage in the back and not such a wide waist band so I went with a narrower elastic for the waistband, 3/8 inch, and added coverage to the rear part of the bottom by using an older pattern I had that I like.
I would recommend this pattern to anyone who wants to start making swimwear - the pattern has lots of details on construction. I do think you would want to be familiar with sewing knits and stretchy fabrics . I would classify this pattern as an intermediate level sewing pattern.
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Review by Kimberlee / (Posted on 6/25/2018)
Great bikini bottoms
I have not made the top yet but I can definitely vouch for the bikini bottoms in this pattern. I made two pairs for my 10 year old to wear with the cropped rash guard. She gets many compliments on them and they look amazing. The gathered sides add such a cool touch and I loved using coordinating fabrics for a custom look.
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Review by Rebecca / (Posted on 3/21/2018)

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