Pattern Update: Super G Tights

Pattern Update: Super G Tights

Posted by Kayliegh Landon on

We here at Greenstyle are so excited to announce the expansion of one of our most beloved patterns-- the Super G tights! The pattern originally released in March 2018. We've been working hard to expand our sizing since then, so now the size range covers B-M in our Feminine Size Chart (see chart below). The magic in these tights is all in the center gusset that goes from calf to calf on the inner leg. It allows for movement and a great fit. No more busting seams during those squats! You can also choose ingenious pockets (no surprise with our amazing designer Angelyn) or no pockets, mid-rise or high-rise, and 4 different length options. 

Check out our tester's versions

Anya Rebholz:

Koi fabric is YSS from Zenith & Quasar, solid orange is swim from Made Whimsy

Courtney Abbey:

Athletic brushed poly from Marshall's Fabric in Edmonton, Alberta

Dana Miller:

Find Dana on Instagram

J'Cynda Whitely:

Athletic knit from Blended Thread: Monochrome Geos and fussy cut some grey out of some mint ombre.

Jen Pennigton:

Athletic brushed poly from Olga’s close

Jennie Walters:

Find Jennie on Instagram!

Space Dyed High Performance Poly/Spandex from Purpleseamstress Fabric

Kimberly Henry:

Victoria Williamson:

Athletic brushed poly from Olga’s closet, pockets were CL panels

If you "see" these lovely testers in our group, give them a shout out! They were so fun to test with and this expansion would not have been possible without them! 

If you don't have the pattern yet, now's your chance to grab it HERE! It's on sale starting September 1st, 2020  through Midnight central time on September 5th, 2020.  If you already have it, your version will be updated in your account! 


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  • Hallo,
    I would like to make myself such a pair of pants with swimming material to be able to wear over my swimming costume when I swim. What material would you recommend please? I don’t want to use materials that are see-through or too tight.
    I am also very happy that you have adjusted the sizes for our fuller figure ladies. Thank you so much.
    Kind Regards,
    Louise Oberholzer

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