Cleavage Cover

By: Carla Emerson
Updated August 18, 2023
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Perfectly designed for those low-cut shirts, this pattern lets you create a stylish illusion of layering without adding bulk. This expertly-crafted guide walks you through each step, ensuring a flawless result. Choose your preferred fabric to match your outfit or create a contrasting pop of color. The detailed instructions and tips guarantee a seamless sewing experience. Empower yourself to feel confident and comfortable in any neckline with the Cleavage Cover – another innovative solution brought to you by our favorite bloggers' years of sewing passion and knowledge.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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How lovely and functional to make this modest covering. Works well when a new T-shirt is found to have a too deep V-neck but is too pretty to discard or give away. Although super easy to sew and embellish, I would make sure the covering is wide enough in the width and long enough in its length.

I have had two complete mastectomies and no reconstruction. Often times a bra irritates my skin.........this should allow me to go braless without showing too much skin.

This a fabulous idea for plus size women. Make a bunch and everyone will think you have tons of cami's. Love this idea.

This works so much better than some that I've bought professionally made. This idea actually stays in place. It's such a simple easy concept and it works so well. I've made myself about 10 different colors to wear with different outfits. Now, when I hem a skirt, I use the scraps to make one of these and then My outfits look more coordinated when the neckline insert matches my skirt. Since the hem is already in the bottom of the material I cut off it has a very finished look. Thank you for posting this idea!

This is a wonderful idea, and would work well with so many tops, sweaters, and dresses.

I do not like to show cleavage to the general public. This pattern is very helpful to myself and those who are of like mind. Thanks for publishing it.

I am sure I'll use this one. I've been looking for something like this.....

Wow this is a great idea! Especially for is "bustier" ones. I will use this one for sure.

What agreat, useful and simple idea ! There is no end to where you can go with these !


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