I’m a real ‘Busy Bee’ this Summer if I may say so! Just 2 months ago the digital DIY Bra Full-Course was released and now already another of the popular digital Mini-Courses is ready …
This Mini-Course Slipdress is now available in the Merckwaerdigh shop on platform Etsy!
In the last posts I shared 20 previews of the content in the Merckwaerdigh e-course for bra pattern drafting and in this post you will find the last bits because the e-course is READY and available in the Merckwaerdigh shopContinue reading →
In the last posts I described how you can alter the vertical bra cup coupe line in the Merckwaerdigh master pattern. Not only can you shift this to a horizontal coupe line (as explaned in the last post) but into a diagonal coupe line as well. Continue reading →
In the last posts I described how you can make some alterations in the vertical coupe line of the cups with the Merckwaerdigh master pattern. This time we’ll talk about how you can shitft this into a horizontal coupe line. Continue reading →
In the last posts I described how the new Merckwaerdigh e-course I’m working on will teach you to relocate the bra straps. And now it’s time to talk about what you can do to alter the coupe line of a bra. Continue reading →
In the last posts I described how you can alter the bra band and the midfront of the cups in the master pattern of the Merckwaerdigh e-course I’m working on. And this time we’ll get into relocating the straps for a more interesting cleavage. Continue reading →
The most important task for the cup is not only to support the soft breast tissue but also shaping it. For this task 4 vertices are very important; they create an invisible diamond as it were, that pulls the cup in place. These vertices should be in good balance in all alterations of the cup master pattern : Continue reading →
The last post showed you what kind of basic alterations in the Merckwaerdigh master pattern you can make for the back and the top edges of the bra band.
This time it’s all about the band bottom edge. Drop it or raise it, partially or completely, endless possibilities! Continue reading →
In the last post I described how to sew and fit the test bra for the master pattern. Part 1 : the master pattern of the new e-course for bra pattern drafting I’m working on at the moment is now finished and it’s time for the exciting stuff : drafting new designs! Continue reading →