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Thread: Quilts are not all I make (bras)

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    Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivia's Grammy
    Although I love every part of the quilting process, sometimes I have to stop and make necessay things.
    I made these 6 bras over the week end. They range in cost from $10 - $14 and usually last me about 3 years. And they fit perfectly.
    Mine would cost a lot more because I would need a lot of padding....LOL....Wish I could make good fitting bras! Love yours.

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    Nice - where do you get the kits?

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    Wow those look just like the store brand, probably better.

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    Wow that is a great skill to have. I wished I knew how to make them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivia's Grammy
    Although I love every part of the quilting process, sometimes I have to stop and make necessay things.
    I made these 6 bras over the week end. They range in cost from $10 - $14 and usually last me about 3 years. And they fit perfectly.
    how in the heck do you do this? I have never know anyone to make their own bras. that is just flat amazing. how do you do that??

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    Those are so nice.....underwire? I realize they can be a challenge to make, but this is one challenge I need to take up! Any advice? I have a purchased bra that fits nicely but of course they don't make them anymore, don't really want to cut it apart either. Did you buy a pattern and modify it?

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    oops double post!

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    All I can say if WOW you are talented for sure! :D

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    I need to learn how to keep the underwire from popping out of the store bought ones...any secrets you can reveal.

    Should I sew up the edging before wearing them?

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