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Denim Bustier with recycled materials

Added Sep 8, 2008

by ladymacbeth86

San Juan, Puerto...

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Description

A cute denim bustier, strapless, with boning on the inside. It has a trim made out of blue cotton fabric and those little soda can rings. It looks like a chain. Please, excuse the crappy images but I was unable to get a picture of my friend with the bustier on. :-(

Material Notes

denim, cotton, soda rings

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Credits

Marian toledo

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    Oct 26, 2010, 01.00 PMby Crystal Elisondo

    you could try burda 7982… it’s prob not exactly the same but i used it for a wonder woman bodice and it worked great! great job!

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    Oct 15, 2009, 06.54 AMby tina-ballerina-25

    wow. i desperately want to make a dress with a bustier for a 21st party. could upload a how to or pattern or something! its amazing!. do you have to use boning?

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    Jan 30, 2009, 09.29 AMby hajnika

    Great idea! Vey cut.It’s so beautiful.

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    Jan 19, 2009, 09.35 PMby annemarieoregon

    This is so good! I am trying to do a bustier now with Mccalls 3056 – and I am around a 36" bust – but this pattern is so HUGE on me ??? I just can’t figure out why. I don’t know anything at all about Fit or Alterations. I wonder if anyone could point me in the right direction? Should I just start taking in the seams, now, before I get further into the project?

    I would really just like to learn how to do patterns from measurements. Any good books I should read? I’m frustrated b/c I haven’t had much success in creating clothing that actually fits. Thanks so much for any advice! Your bustier is beautiful!!!

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    Sep 9, 2008, 06.57 AMby mirela

    Bravo!

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    Sep 9, 2008, 04.16 AMby ladymacbeth86

    thanks! you’re all free to try it yourselves, for a bustier or other clothing and accesories! i’m sure it would look great on other things :-D

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    Sep 9, 2008, 02.53 AMby anajan

    The bustier is beautiful! I love the pattern. And using the can rings for the trim is such a great idea!

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    Sep 8, 2008, 03.42 PMby Lucha Suarez

    amazing!!! super creative, and cute!!!!

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    Sep 8, 2008, 02.24 PMby milkyway

    Hey lady macbeth… Your idea is genius!! well done, not just look great but also the trim is a great innovation. i am going to give it a tried (if you don’t mind)

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    Sep 8, 2008, 02.01 PMby ladymacbeth86

    Thank you so much! Well, my friend asked me to do something out of recycled materials, since she saw a local TV presenter with a newspaper dress… so she’s the one into green! Those rings should look lovely in macrame. She wanted me to fill out all of the bustier top with the rings, but I found that it took away from the seams, which look very cute… I did the pattern myself, using my measurements and adapting it later to my friend’s.

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    Sep 8, 2008, 01.41 PMby nehmah

    Very nice, may I ask what pattern you used? You really are into the green aren’t you :) I have used the rings for macrame, but yours is a better idea. Cordially, Nehmah

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