Converted Elastic Stra Bra by đź’—Nunita Niceđź’— - Musely
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Converted Elastic Stra Bra

posted in Fashion
10/12/2015
  • Here’s a really simple diy to convert your old/new bras into new elastic and fancy strappy ones! I find this especially useful for when the bands have stretched out and the bra no longer fits well. The tri-strap also looks great layered under loose tanks and low-back dresses! No more ugly bra straps peeking out!

  • 1. Cut away the straps. Most bras have a boning on the side that you can refer to.
    1. Cut away the straps. Most bras have a boning on the side that you can refer to.
  • 2. Pin down then sew the elastic, making sure it aligns with the bottom of the bra.
    2. Pin down then sew the elastic, making sure it aligns with the bottom of the bra.
  • 3. Repeat to the middle and top. Measure the straps around your body and cut accordingly. (Tip: the top most elastic should be the longest while the bottom is the shortest)
4. Pin and sew down the elastic on the other end to secure it!
    3. Repeat to the middle and top. Measure the straps around your body and cut accordingly. (Tip: the top most elastic should be the longest while the bottom is the shortest)
    4. Pin and sew down the elastic on the other end to secure it!
  • Using tailor’s chalk, mark out where you want your shoulder straps to be. You can use another bra as a gauge.

Put on the bra to measure how long the shoulder straps should be. Cut and sew into place. Repeat on the other side and you’re done!
    Using tailor’s chalk, mark out where you want your shoulder straps to be. You can use another bra as a gauge.

    Put on the bra to measure how long the shoulder straps should be. Cut and sew into place. Repeat on the other side and you’re done!

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