I’m back! This week, it’s a short one with a few thoughts on what it’s like to not be working on the wedding dress anymore, along with a few projects I worked on when I got my mojo back. Don’t worry, the mojo’s back in full swing now!
In which our blogger attempts a strapless bra, and in which it does not work.
In this episode of The Monthly Draft, we're making undies! I'll show you how to draft a basic block, including a look at stretch factors, and then give you four variations to get you on your way to making a whole drawer full of fabulous panties!
In which our blogger finally gets back to it, and creates a little tutorial for her favorite partial band bra.
In Which our Blogger continues to make foundation garments, investigates the history and social connotations of those foundation garments, and this time employs a (plastic) model to help with the photography. Also - warm legs are had by all.
In which the goal is not achieved, but the result is pretty nonetheless. Our Blogger makes an antique pink bra with strappy detailing, and considers a comparison to the partial band bra.
In which our intrepid blogger tackles the partial band bra modification, and begins Me Made May.
Harriet! Hi Harriet! Cloth Habit's new pattern, the Harriet Bra, has been taking the sewing world by storm the past few months - my instagram, facebook, and bloglovin' feeds are all full of Harriets in all shapes and sizes. It's wonderful, and it's high time I joined the party! (I actually made the first bra in this post a while ago, but I'm only now getting around to blogging it!)
In which a pattern is made with different fabric, and a comparison is made.
Everyone has some kind of preconceived notion about bras before they get into sewing them. That you can only wear a certain type of bra, that they have to have 'x' to be suitable, etc. One of mine, and I have a few, involves foam cups.