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  • Mariel Fuentes Orellana

    Cleavage Be Gone...to wear under top of toooo low cut shirts! Custom fit & style DIY with upcycled fabric, lace, 2 buttons & 2 elastic hair ties. Buttons seem too big here & small child's elastic band might work better. This requires sewing; could make with "no-sew" fabric adhesive & hand sewn reinforcement to elastic bands?

  • LoopyKidz

    *This is what the tutorial reads - I couldn't possibly make this stuff up!! HAHA!* "Cleavage Be Gone" "Have you got mile long cleavage? Don't want to show off the goods today? Use these free sewing projects to make a cleavage cover and you won't have to worry about busting out of your shirts."

  • Linda Shaw

    All Free Sewing - Free Sewing Patterns, Sewing Projects, Tips, Video, How-To Sew and More

  • Fonda Martin

    DIY Modesty panels for low cut shirts/blouses ~ a nicer version of the one I made. hah This is great for during the summer instead of wearing a tank top!

  • Amanda Farris

    DIY Modesty panels for low cut shirts.

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