Bra making

Explore the world of bra making and learn how to create your own custom-fit bras. Find expert tips, tutorials, and resources to help you achieve the perfect fit and feel confident in your creations.
In this 3-part tutorial, learn to sew a foam cup bra. This method uses foam as a lining and it can be used in sewing any bra pattern. Sewing Tutorials, Sewing Techniques, Sewing Projects, Diy Sewing Clothes, Sewing Projects For Beginners, Sewing For Beginners, Sewing Hacks, Sewing Bras, Sewing Lingerie

Learn how to make a bra with a foam cup lining! In this 3-part tutorial, you'll learn how to make a bra with a seamed foam lining. Many of these techniques can be used for adding foam to swimsuit cups, too! The pattern I used for demonstration was a custom drafted pattern, but these techniques work for any full-band bra. (To read about the difference between full band and partial band bras, see my article on Bra Anatomy.) Photo is of one of my sets--a foam-lined bra and the Ladyshorts. Intro…

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Victoria Simpson
Beginners Guide to Making Your Own Bras — LilypaDesigns Molde, Couture, Sewing Techniques, Bra Sewing, Bra Sewing Pattern, Sewing Lingerie, Sewing Bras, Bra Pattern, Sewing Hacks

The idea of sewing your own bras can feel overwhelming at first. Our Beginners Guide is full of practical advice, how-to's as well as tips and tricks to make the process easier, faster, and more wallet friendly. Learn about the process and terminology, as well as fitting bands, breast root trace, muslins and more.

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Jimena Márquez
The first time you dip your toes into making a bra, the language of bra-making can be overwhelming. Bras and all their little parts use terms and fabrics home sewists don’t use in any other sewing. In addition, there are many styles of bras, each with its own aesthetics or suitability for your support needs. … Bands, Couture, Fresh, Bra Making Pattern, Bra Sewing Pattern, Sewing Underwear, Bra Sewing, Sewing Lingerie, Sewing Bras

The first time you dip your toes into making a bra, the language of bra-making can be overwhelming. Bras and all their little parts use terms and fabrics home sewists don't use in any other sewing. In addition, there are many styles of bras, each with its own aesthetics or suitability for your support needs. I want to help you navigate this wonderful world of bra-making, and a great place to start is by getting familiar with some basic bra anatomy. Surprisingly, basic bra construction and…

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Caitlin Dobson