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Summer Lovin' Bra

Added Jun 29, 2013

by assets

Nottingham, Unit...






This Bra was submitted for my City in Guilds and received TOP Marks + Distinction. The Decision Brief was to create a Bra for myself which was Very Pretty and Sexy while providing support for my ample Chest… The Black and Sequin object in the picture is my single layer Corset I made for my Birthday details of that will be posted soon.

Material Notes

Stretch Silk, Guipure Lace.




Spring, Summer
Garment Type
Classic, Romantic

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    Jul 20, 2013, 11.38 PMby MissCorsetLizz

    Wow!! I love your work!!! :-D I can’t wait to get around to making lingerie!!! I have a few pieces I would love to copy off and soooooo many ideas as to modifying them and making them different :-D

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    Jun 30, 2013, 02.28 AMby kisses

    Cute bra

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    Jun 29, 2013, 08.48 PMby rita61

    Nice; well done!

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    Jun 29, 2013, 11.37 AMby Debbie Alli

    Beautiful! I really must have a go at making lingerie. And congratulations on a great result in your qualification! Your display looks gorgeous. I work in a college and this is the best time of year when the fashion displays go up in our gallery space – just gorgeous to see all that creativity!

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      Jun 29, 2013, 02.10 PMby assets

      Thank You Debbie, I really enjoyed the course my tutor was a joy.

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      Jun 29, 2013, 02.13 PMby assets

      Oh You must try Lingerie it was so much fun you look at Bras etc in a new light. Its not very hard once you learn the techniques. I was taught to Clone my old bra which was much easier and more reliable than from a pattern.

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      Jun 29, 2013, 10.56 PMby Debbie Alli

      I keep thinking I should try taking a pattern from one of mine because there aren’t too many patterns to hand anyway. Plus I guess I have plenty of expertise to hand (when term starts again!). You’ve inspired me – I’m going to do it!! :) Thank you

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