Yes, YOU can make a BRA!

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Supporters for this Episode! Follow them on IG to enter the fantastic giveaway that goes with this episode! 

Designs by Taosh specializes in nude fabrics for black women. She has more than 150 different skin colors for those of us with melanin. She has donated a swatch kit and a half yard of powermesh for the giveaway. She has a website and an IG page (in addition to the Etsy shop linked above). 

Emerald Erin designed the Black Beauty Bra. She has a website and an IG page. She has donated a bra pattern and bra making kit for the giveaway. There is also a discount code for her shop  in the episode. It expires June 24, 2020.

Bra Builders makes gorgeous bra kits. They have a website and an IG page. They’ve donated a bra making kit for the giveaway. There is also a discount code  for her shop in the episode. It expires May 30, 2020

Stitch Love Studio makes the Daisy bralette that converted Lisa. They have a website and an IG page. They’ve donated a bra pattern and bra making kit for the giveaway.  There is also a discount code for the shop in the episode. It expires December 2020.

Mentioned in the episode

Tee Jones-Actie, American Sewing Guild, Retreat Organizer, introduced DeWahn to bramaking about 10 years ago. Ms. Jones-Actie is interviewed here by Crystal Sews and Stuff. 

Liz Sews has popular bra making tutorials on YouTube

How To Grade a Bra and Brief (digital book)

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Lisa is a fourth-generation sewing enthusiast who learned to sew while earning a PhD in African American literature and culture. She has been sewing for more than twenty years while also teaching, researching, and publishing in Black American literature and culture.

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