Embellished Bras Basic Techniques

Author: Dawn Devine
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ISBN: 9780615460529
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Embellished Bras: Basic Techniques provides in-depth instruction and useful advice that guides readers through the process of turning a store-bought lingerie bra into a fabulous costume piece. This easy-to-follow four-phase process is presented through graphic step-by-step photographs and illustrations. You'll learn how to make a bra cup pattern, cover the bra and straps, and embellish with fringe, beadwork, appliques, and jewelry. From ballroom to belly dance, Embellished Bras addresses the special needs of dancers no matter what performance style. This "workshop in a book" is an excellent resource for both novice sewers and professional designers.
Embellished Bras: Basic Techniques
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Pages: 66
Authors: Dawn Devine
Categories: Crafts & Hobbies
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003-05-01 - Publisher:

Embellished Bras: Basic Techniques provides in-depth instruction and useful advice that guides readers through the process of turning a store-bought lingerie bra into a fabulous costume piece. This easy-to-follow four-phase process is presented through graphic step-by-step photographs and illustrations. You'll learn how to make a bra cup pattern, cover the
Embellished Bras
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Authors: Dawn Devine Brown
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