I can't tell you how many samples I made of the bras as I was developing the book. I had them coming out of my ears and had nightmares about them. And I'm still making them.
I wrote the book before having children and the directions worked and supposedly supported. Now nearly two years later I am realizing my directions and patterns aren't great for the saggy boob. I am developing a set of slightly altered directions which should give a little more support for the ladies who need it.
I'll beta test the directions here next week after I do a few samples for myself. I would love to get feedback on the changes. If they work a little better, I'll work on updating the book for a second edition as well as updated patterns. Grading some 100 patterns take time, so don't expect them to be done overnight.
I would also like to open up the conversation if there are any other changes I need to make to the book or sections to add.
I have a quick measurement comment about finding your correct bra size for sagging breasts. When measuring the bust diameter, it should actually be done au natural, sagging and all. Stand in front of the mirror, measure from the center where you start seeing the bust sag and measure straight across the chest until you reach the point on the other side where the breast starts to sag. That measurement on me matches the bra size I wear currently. I thought it was going to be difficult to figure out measurements for women post baby, but this worked on me. Does it work for you?
I hope everyone has a great weekend.