Can you believe it? Bra Making with Madalynne turned 30 last Saturday. That lil’ ole workshop on how to make a bra that I first hosted in February 2015 entered a new decade. Sheesh! Time flies when you’re sewing your own lingerie?
There was a wide ranging group at this class. Anne hailed from Oregon House, California. A year into retirement, she wants to open her own sewing studio. So she came to scope out my teaching, even coming a day before to see how I set up, which I was more than happy to share with her. Misty traveled from Washington D.C., and Julia and Mandy from Asbury Park, New Jersey. Julia and I met over IG when she gave me recommendations on places to go in Asbury. Ryan and I were interested in spending a Saturday or Sunday at the beach, and she kindly gave us recommendations when I posted. Then there was Lauren of Trousseau Style, an uber talented personal stylist, and Sasha – both local Philly gals. Coming from around the country, they all had one thing in common by the end of the day… a me made bra!
So thank you to everyone who made my 29th workshop a smash hit. Each one leaves me feeling pumped for the next. I’m excited for the remainder of summer classes, because that means more tacos haha
Fabric: All fabric + trims came from the Barrett Bralette Blush Pink kit, which you can purchase here. (note: the students used yellow picot plush and strap elastic, but the kit comes with matching blush pink elastics)
Sewing Machines: PFAFF Passport 2.0, Quilt Expression 4.2 1.0 and Creative Essential (AMAZING! Read my review of the Passport 2.0 here and my tips for sewing on it here.
Pattern: Barrett bralette, a FREE PDF pattern you can download here
Goody bags: Scallop lace samples, picot elastic samples, The Laundress Delicate Wash packet, and chocolate
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