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Racerback Bralette

By: Melody Rogers from melodys-makings.com
Racerback Bralette
Racerback Bralette
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"This has been a project on my crafty bucket list for quite some time. I don’t know why, but there just seems something so badass about being able to crochet your own bra. Maybe it’s my need to be prepared… for everything… but this skill feels extra exciting! Cute, comfy, hand-made undergarments? Yes, please! One of my testers mentioned that she loves how this crochet bralette offers just enough support for home/night time wear, but not so much that it feels constricting."

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge7 sts and 5 rows = 2 inches in half double crochet

Finished SizeTutorial style is written for use by any bust or rib cage size

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This pattern is what I call truly customizable. I love to be comfortable around the house and this would be one way to make that happen. This is definitely not for support but I can get my mind around this design.

Oh Yes Please! This Racerback Bralette pattern is Great! I have spent a lot of money on Racerback Bras and with this pattern I can make my own. I think a good cotton yarn would be best for support. I like that she went above and beyond what I expected in to give exact size directions. No guessing to get the right size needed.. Thank you so much! I right clicked on the pattern and was able to print this out to save. I'm so looking forward to making and wearing this one.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet bralette pattern.

Wow! There are a lot of directions for this racer-back bralette. I am so happy that I found this design and I want to make at least seven of them. One for every day of the week. I know that material can alter with use. I wonder how long before this would stretch out so that it not be useful any longer.

I am actually shocked to learn that she's gone all out and provided a huge range of sizes in her pattern! I am a big girl, and so I would not wear this on its own I could certainly see myself wearing a black g=crochet bralette under a thin gauzy tunic in the summer.

This is a neat idea and the directions are easy enough to follow. But I have to say, unless you are using steel for yarn, it will only be good for slim ladies. I have a very full chest and something like this with yarn that has give will have things hanging to my knees.

A good stiff yarn would be either worsted cotton or a bamboo blend with linen. I made this with a bamboo blended its very good with braletts in general because it does not stretch at all.

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