Today is the fourth day of the Power Bra SewAlong! After you’re finished with today’s tasks, you should have a fully finished bra- hooray! That’s really a huge accomplishment, and you should be proud!
Grab your pattern!
If you haven’t already, you’ll want to purchase the Power Bra pattern! This is a really excellent pattern with options for everyone! If you’re curious about the bra, you can read more about it here, in the official release post!
The Fabric Fairy is also offering bra kits that are specifically designed for this pattern. Kits contain everything you need except your main fabric, and some of the optional items, like bra cups and nursing closures.
If you’ve never downloaded or purchased a Greenstyle pattern, you can find a tutorial on how to do that here.
Need to catch up? Click the links below!
Day 4: Bottom Band (YOU ARE HERE)
Day 5: Hacks/Finishing
Each day, I’ll post a video and/or blog tutorial with that day’s tasks, and you can comment with any questions and your progress for that day, so we can all keep each other motivated.
At the end, I’ll be choosing a winner for a fun PRIZE! (and who doesn’t love prizes?!)
Sound awesome? It is! (check out my other Sew Alongs HERE on the blog)
Today’s Task: Sewing the Bottom Band
Today we will be finishing our bras by sewing in the bottom band. There are several ways to do this, including using the keyhole closure, making an adjustable closure, or using decorative elastic, but I’ll be covering all the options in a single video for all views.
This is a pretty quick and easy day, so let’s jump in and get these bras finished (and off to their first test drive!).
One quick thing to note- make sure if you’re adding non-removable cups that you insert them BEFORE sewing your elastic on! You don’t want to have to unpick all those stitches to add in the cups later!
When you’re finished, please show off your creation (flat-lays are fine, if you don’t feel comfortable modeling) in the Fabric Fairy Group and the Greenstyle Creations Facebook group! We’d love to see your make, and congratulate you on your hard work!
I’ll meet you back here tomorrow for one final post featuring a few hack ideas, now that you’ve got your fit and pattern techniques ironed out!
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