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This guide is about making a purse from a brassiere. An unusual purse can be fashioned from a bra.
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I am looking for instructions for making a bra hat and purse.
Janette from Wilkesboro, NC
I have seen those purses made from "bras" but until now I have never seen a hat made from a bra nor seen anyone who would wear one. That is until now, I just saw a bunch of pics submitted by another poster. It got me to thinking, if they make the hat from a bra do they make their purses from the panties? LOL
BUT-- can we make a bra from a hat?
Haven't made a purse yet but the hat is easy Cut the straps off and the back hooks from back strap This is what I did:
i am learning a bra making if you want help from me i will help you
I know your comment is ancient, but... isn't the center of the bra already sewn closed? And which part of the bra is the "front" if the hat?
I have a really pretty bra that no longer fits. I am trying to get ideas for a craft to use the fabric, as I don't want to throw it out. I know about making a purse, but that idea isn't for me. Anyone else have any ideas? I just recently made a pillow from a half slip that I bought in the early 80s.
By Denise from GA
I have a few I've made sending pictures to you if I can!
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Hummmm, why would anyone want a hat made from a bra? (05/13/2008)
Tie it under your chin.:) (05/13/2008)
LOL - Well I have never heard of this, but had an idea. How about crocheting around it, until you get a large circle. (05/13/2008)
By Daphna Ariel
This question cracked me up so I had to investigate.
Looks like most people making 'bra hats' are either doing a breast cancer charity walk or are in the Red Hat society.
Sorry I couldn't find any instructions but maybe these pics will give you some ideas: