So for those of you who would be making wrapper blouses, skirt bLouses and the like, here's how you can apply fusible bust pads to your bust cups. If you are conversant with the nigerian blouses as seen on ladies wearing different asoebi styles, you would definitely come across blouses that make the blossom look absolutely wonderful! *clears throat*
As you can see, I've cut up by bust cups. Along with princess seams. You can go through my tube top and princess seam posts here and here
Here, I'm using a lace fabric for ease of understanding.
You cut up your main fabric, your underlining (if you are using lace,you should have two sets of underlining as one set would be directly facing the lace and that is what people would see from the outside)
Do same for your lace fabric and underlining.
Apply your fusible bust pads. I used a thick weight padding for mine.
Place in all three frontal pieces. Be sure to end your padding at the underbust as you don't want padding on your waistline trust me .
Sew the pieces together starting from top to bottom, notch and iron out.
So practice these steps and watch this space for the next part. Muah!