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Bra tutorial / camisole made



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This is a camisole I made yesterday evening. The lycra I bought quite some time ago, the beautiful lace is a gift from Laura. I also used it near the hemline.


The (updated and edited) bra tutorial I posted last summer on my blog, is now a pdf-file too. You can find it here.
Dit hemdje heb ik gisteravond gemaakt, de lycra had ik nog liggen, het kant heb ik een tijdje geleden van Laura gekregen. Ook bij de zoom heb ik het gebruikt.


Vorig jaar heb ik het maken van een bh op mijn blog beschreven. Een aangepaste (Engelse) versie heb ik nu als pdf-bestand gemaakt. Dat kun je hier vinden.

Comments

  1. What a beautiful cami. The lace Laura sent you is truly exquisite! I love the combination of the flowery lycra and the lace.

    You are so generous with your PDF tutorials. Thank you!

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  2. First, we need to nominate you for an award for your very cool coding for separate languages.

    Second, I like the clean look of your blog. Reminds me a week bit of that clean Ikea asthetic.

    Third, I am 100 percent in love with this camisole. I think what you did with the lace at the bottom is inspired and soooo pretty!

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  3. I just found a new website that sells custom slips and I thought I could make that myself! Then I came here and I find a new tutorial - pretty custom slips, here I come! Thanks for sharing your knowledge so generously!

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  4. Beautiful! I just went through and read your bra tutorial yesterday - I am convinced that it isn't that hard. Now I need to find time and all the supplies!

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  5. What a pretty cami!

    I think the new blog layout is cool. Very professional looking.

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  6. Again, Sigrid, you did an outstanding job!

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  7. thank you so much for the updated bra tutorial! Your instructions are fantastic and I really appreciate all the tips of what NOT to do along with what to do. I'm going to print them out and follow these instead of my pattern instructions! :)

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  8. Beautiful and sexy! You've put the lace to a great use. And thank you for another tutorial, I really want a camisole like this one!

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