Thursday, August 22, 2013

DIY Video: Sew A Bra Strap Holder Into Your Top

Don't you just hate it when your bra straps fall down from beneath the shoulder of your shirt or dress? This video tutorial is something I've been wanting to share for a very long time. I sew these into most of my tops, and it's so easy, even the most notice seamstress can do it once give it a try.

By hand crocheting thread, a metal snap and a bit of thread will miraculously hold your bra strap in place, and you can wave goodbye to that nuisance of always pulling your bra back up. Safety pins? No more! Watch the video below for the full tutorial. Questions? Comments! I'd love to hear from you!

10 comments:

  1. Thanks Sally. This actually looks like something I can do. I will give it a go! Looking forward to your next tutorial.

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  2. That's awesome! Thanks for sharing this.

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  3. many thanks for this great and quick video.

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  4. Thank you so much! This is a great video, very helpful.

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  5. What a brilliant idea. It is really the perfect way to keep bra straps from falling off your shoulder and be visible. Thanks a lot for sharing the tutorial on how you do it.
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  6. I have always just tacked a bra strap hook onto the shoulder seam of the sleeveless garment. The hooks look like the one on the following page but I usually use clear or beige ones.

    http://p.globalsources.com/IMAGES/PDT/B1049088295/Bra-Strap-Hook.jpg

    If the bra strap is apt to show at the neckline I sew on the hook so that the open part is towards the shoulder. If the bra strap is apt to show at the shoulder I sew on the hook so that the open part is towards the neck.

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