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Friday, 23 December 2016

New Additions plus Final Post for 2016!


An exciting new addition first up is Madalynne's sewing patterns from Simplicity. 



I have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of these to give them a try, because, shiny and new of course!

Something for everyone here with one being a bralette and the other an underwired pattern, with matching underwear to go with the bras.

The price of these are $16.25 per pattern and all sizes are included in the pattern envelope.

They will be ready to dispatch from 9 January onwards so you can pre-order if you wish from today.







New Band Elastic - 38mm Plush

Perfect for men's boxers or the correct width for the Emerson shorts/pants pattern from True Bias. Knitted 100% cotton rubber - lovely and soft against the skin - in colours white, charcoal and black




I've added satin channelling in colours blush (nude/beige) and black as this is a less expensive option for channelling than the plush channelling that I have in various colours.



And also, swim cup foam - 100% polyester, chlorine resistant, quick drying. The other foam in stock is also chlorine resistant but this is able to be moulded into shaped cups.

Tip from Bra Makers Supply - Smaller sizes can mold the foam over a ham with the heat of an iron - then cut to shape.  Larger sizes need to trim the seam allowances from the cross cup seam, butt the two raw edges together and sew across with a zig zag stitch.



That is all the new additions to the shop pages.


Lastly, I would just like to thank everyone for their support during the year - it has been an exciting year developing this business and I've met many new sewing friends throughout the year. 

Happy and safe holidays everyone - I'll be back on deck 9 January 2017 although available to answer emails if in mobile coverage range.


Merry Xmas & Happy New Year
Lynda


4 comments:

  1. Just found you blog. I love it ❤️

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  2. Those weights that are in the background, what are they? Can I get them at ace hardware?

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    1. They are old cooking scale weights - I've found at various secondhand/vintage stores

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