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Posted on:4/2/12 9:32 PM


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Judy Kski said...
I hope the cups are lined with tricot to separate the girls from that lace. If you're using this for a sports bra and working out in it, you'll find out soon enough. However, you've made bras before so I'm sure you've got this covered. Very nice looking racerback!
4/3/12 1:18 AM
clothingengineer said...
@Judy Kski - nope, the upper cups are just plain stretch lace. The lace is soft and has good enough recovery that it didnt need a lining nor elastic at the edges. I'm just using this for everyday wear. When it comes to sports bras I wouldnt use this pattern - the Lingerie Secrets patterns or Pinup Girls "Alison" seem to be better choices for that purpose.
4/3/12 7:12 AM
BJ1400 said...
You did a great job! Looks very nice.
4/4/12 5:02 PM
 
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