It was time to test the Maya pattern for some variations – a demi cup Maya bra. Maya cup was designed with some ideas for future alterations.
Posts with underwire bra are usually in sewing category. They write about special lingerie items which are underwire bras. These posts may be about finished or about an in progress garment.
A quick post for my bra log about bra back types. These are the most common bra back types: leotard, camisole and T-type.
Minty lace, detachable straps and better top stitching. Ignore cat’s tail 🙂 I’m very proud of this one. The fit is great, cups are round.
I made a new bra to test my pattern. This time it’s a EU95AA / UK42AA / US42AA size. Yep, a different size! Cups are beautiful! Round and full!
Let’s take a look at bra underwire types and their differences. I’ve classified the types of underwires according to the length and shape.
And a new bra is almost ready to be worn. It’s a strange combination of colors. I didn’t have a matching beige elastic. I’ve used black and black bows.
Here’s a new bra I made for testing my pattern. After the first test bra I concluded – cups are a bit pointy. For this version (called version nr 3) I altered only the cup shape – added roundness
Do you remember how I have teased you with some hints about my bra pattern? Here is the first sample – a finished bra in beige satin and lace.
This article is one of my research conclusion. But I want to share the information with you since bra size is a very vivid subject nowadays.
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