Мастерская Лана

Complete course of sewing rhythmic gymnastics leotards

  • Number of students: 53
  • Teacher: Светлана Герасимова
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Duration:

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26. Final section


The course consists of more than 140 video lessons with instructions and assignments for home work, and as new technologies emerge, we make new lessons and add them to the "Full Course".

Watch a video on how to pay for the course and how it works:


Lessons will be available on schedule: four next lessons will be available every new day.

This means that one month is not enough to complete all the assignments of the course, but at the same time in the first month you will get access to most of the lessons that carry information about the technologies that we use for the production of leotards for rhythmic gymnastics.

If you liked our course, then you can extend access to it for 1 week or 1 month.

After paying the fifth month of access, you can get unlimited access to the course, for this write a letter to the administrator.

You can also get unlimited access by making an appropriate surcharge, taking into account all your previous payments

A certificate of completion of the course is issued subject to the completion of all the tasks of the course and does not depend on how long you completed them, two months or a whole year. The main thing is to do everything beautifully, neatly and correctly.


Plan Name Price
Unlimited: 60 000.00 руб
1 month: 12 000.00 руб
4 months: 40 000.00 руб


Светлана Герасимова

Svetlana is a graduate of the "British Higher School of Art & Design".

Art director of Lana's workshop, where leotards are created for the best gymnasts of the world, such as Margarita Mamun, Dina and Arina Averina, the Russian national team in group exercise.

Author of many well-known designs of leotards for rhythmic gymnastics, which are copied all over the world.

The developer of unique technologies for creating leotards for rhythmic gymnastics.

The author of a unique online course that teaches the process of creating costumes for rhythmic gymnastics from A to Z.

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Name Level Release Date
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Юбка гимнастического купальника 04.10.2019 00:00
Leotard service 20.12.2018 01:59
Техники росписи купальника для художественной гимнастики 05.10.2019 00:00
Аппликация на купальнике для художественной гимнастики 07.10.2019 00:00
Painting techniques for rhythmic gymnastics leotard 05.10.2019 19:14
Procedimientos de servicio con leotardo de gimnasia rítmica 20.12.2018 01:59
Curso completo de confección de maillots de gimnasia rítmica 10.02.2019 00:00
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Complete course of sewing rhythmic gymnastics leotards 10.02.2019 00:00
Making a pattern of a rhythmic gymnastics leotard 10.02.2019 00:00
Falda para el maillot de gimnasia rítmica 10.02.2019 00:00
Diseño del patrón del maillot de gimnasia rítmica 10.02.2019 00:00
Técnicas de pintar telas para crear un maillot para gimnasia rítmica 10.02.2019 00:00
El aplique en el maillot para gimnasia rítmica 10.02.2019 00:00
Cosemos un maillot verde "Scarab" (nuevas lecciones del curso completo) 10.02.2019 00:00
We sew a green leotard SCARAB 10.02.2019 00:00
A leotard skirt 10.02.2019 00:00
Applique on a leotard for rhythmic gymnastics 10.02.2019 00:00
Объемные элементы 10.02.2019 00:00
Шьем боди под гимнастический купальник из утягивающего бифлекса 01.01.2019 00:00



Materials to be used to work with paper:

  • graphite pencil;
  • eraser;
  • liner;
  • grid paper, preferably in a roll;
  • tracing paper, preferably in a roll;
  • a set of coloured markers, medium thickness;
  • scissors;
  • a possibility to print out additional materials on an A4 paper.

Sewing equipment:

  • a sewing machine to work with lightweight delicate fabrics (required stitches: straight stitch, zigzag, 3 step zigzag, stretch zigzag or overlock stitch). It is possible to use cheap sewing machines, but our workshops gives preferences to the following brands: Brother Innovis 450 (and later models, it is a good domestic machine with an easy interface, doesn’t require adjustments, it proves to be a good machine that is why we prefer buying this particular model), Pfaff Select series, models 2.2., 3.2, 4.2 (doesn’t matter which model it is, we haven’t noticed difference in their execution. From our experience, all sewing machine have different quality of assembly, besides some have a problem of constant screw loosening during exploitation thus a constant maintenance is required, Bernina 380 (it is a good sewing machine but requires a qualified adjustment service. we failed to find a stitch which wouldn’t gather an applique). Industrial sewing machines are not used in our workshop.
  • a 4 thread serger. At the moment we think the best sergers are Bernina 880DL (unfortunately it is discontinued already), its substitute is Juke 850 (we didn’t buy this serger, only were recommended it). You can use solely a sewing machine but it would be hard to get a professional finish quality.
  • a steam iron, ironing cloth protector cover is unnecessary, the more holes the better and they should be evenly distributed.

Fabrics and accessories for sewing:

  • a measuring tape;
  • a needle pad;
  • sewing needles;
  • pins;
  • heat-resistant pins;
  • sharp embroidery scissors for appliques 11-14 cm in size (manicure scissors will not be suitable, we buy scissors PRYM with pink and purple handles, 11.5 cm or 14 cm in size; or scissors Aurora AU-405, 11 cm);
  • any tailor’s scissors of good quality, by any manufacturer;
  • seam ripper;
  • sewing threads , preferably Gutermann, Amann or Madeira. Colours: flesh (4-5 spools for a serger), white, light yellow, pale pink, saturated pink, blue, red, dark purple, green;
  • cheap threads for basting;
  • flesh skin mesh (approximately 0.5 meter, we buy it from Chersa sport, article 0719, colour 232);
  • white mesh (0.3 m), if you can find a fluorescent pink and red mesh, otherwise we can still use the white mesh;
  • biflex fluorescent yellow, fluorescent pink, white, pale pink, pale blue, light green (0.2 m each – we need small pieces but usually 0.2 m is the minimum you can buy in a shop, you can change colours);
  • stretch velvet blue, purple, fluorescent green (0.2 m each, you can choose colours, you can substitute velvet for biflex if it is hard to find);
  • lace with a flower pattern (0.2m);
  • holographic fabric (0.2m, colour of your choice);
  • 15 cm fringe trim, ideally to have 5 cm in different colours;
  • woven elastic 6-8 mm, preferably of a flesh skin colour;
  • stitch on metal snap fastenings 6-9mm;
  • metal hooks and eye loops, 10mm;
  • invisible zipper, 20cm (if you don’t have experience in sewing, we recommend to purchase 5 zippers for getting practice);
  • temporary adhesive (3M 75).

Fabric paint for garment decoration:

  • black contour fabric outliner “Decola”, you can any acrylic fabric paint as a substitute;
  • acryl paints for light-coloured fabrics Jacquard Textile or Decola, fluorescent colours: yellow, green, pink, orange, blue, purple, also you can use non-fluorescent range ultramarine and turquoise;
  • acrylic paints Javana the whole fluorescent range, plus navy blue, dark purple and turquoise;
  • Nerchau glitter liner, colours silver, gold, red, green, blue (a glitter liner is not essential, but it creates a beautiful effect, glitter liners by other manufacturers are worse in quality);
  • synthetic brushes round and flat sizes from 0 to 4, oval – sizes from 8 to 20.

For decorating a leotard with rhinestones:

  • hotfix rhinestones, sizes: ss12, ss16, ss20, ss30, colours: crystal AB – essential, other colours are optional: Fire Opal, Fuchsia, Ruby, Heliotrope, Vitrail Medium, Cobalt, you can use different similar colours.
  • if hotfix rhinestones are not available, you can use flatback rhinestones and use a PVA based glue for applying them (for example Danscouture);
  • black metal tweezers for rhinestones (straight and curved, we use Gamma brand);
  • a piece of plain flannel, white or pale coloured with no printing, it is used as a temporary lining while applying rhinestones; pressing cloth – a cotton fabric, muslin fabric, madapolam or unbleached calico in white without printing.

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