Here at Queen of Cups Lingerie we offer both bra making and garment sewing classes. If you aspire to sewing your own bras but don’t feel your skills are up to it, build your skill library with the garment sewing and bralette classes first – contact Abby to learn how.

Bra Making Classes

Feb
9
Sat
2019
Essential Bra Making 101 @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio
Feb 9 – Feb 10 all-day

Essential Bra Making 101 – your bra making class!

Would you like to learn how to sew your own bra, one that fits and expands your sewing skills?

Join the Queen of Cups for a hands-on, two day workshop where:

  • you’ll learn about the structure of bras and the materials suitable for bra making
  • You’ll receive a bra pattern that is fit specifically for you, so you can make as many bras as you would like for yourself!
  • you’ll construct at least one, possibly two bras based on your pattern, in a small class setting (four people maximum.)

The course fee is $275. (Why? See our FAQs)

Ready to Register?

You can register here via online form.

Or, contact Abby at 506.321.1418 or abby@queenofcupslingerie.ca to book your space! Your space is considered confirmed when your deposit has been received.

50% of the course fee is due at registration, with the balance due 7 days before the class begins. Within 7 days of the class, the course fee is non-refundable.

The Course Includes:

  • Two days of instruction from professional bra maker Abby Pond
  • One complete essential bra kit, which includes the fabric, elastics, findings (sliders and rings, hook and eye closure and bow), and underwires
  • One copy of the Pinup Girls Classic bra pattern in your size range
  • One personalized, fitted bra pattern for you
  • Course materials on bra construction process, materials, and more
  • Coffee, tea, and refreshments throughout the day (a kitchen will be on site if you wish to eat lunch)

You will also have the opportunity to purchase additional bra kits, fabric, findings, wires, and learning materials. The fabric in a bra kit is usually enough to construct 2 bras, but you will need to purchase the findings, elastics and wires to complete it.

By the end of the two days, you will have completed at least one basic bra in a pattern fit for you, and have learned the skills to construct your own bras at home with pattern fitted to you.

Space is limited to 4 participants in each session. That ensures you receive lots of personal attention from the instructor.

This course is not for beginning sewists. You will need to have solid basic sewing skills, including sewing straight and curved seams. Experience working with 1/4″ seams is also an asset.

What to bring

You will need to bring the following with you when you come to your course:

  • a functioning sewing machine (please test it before you come) that has straight stitch and zig zag stitch at a minimum; 3-step zigzag and lightning/serpentine stitch are preferable too.
  • all the cords and the pedal for your machine
  • an extension cord
  • a package of  75/11 Stretch needles (Schmetz is recommended)
  • Rotary cutter and mat
  • Paper Scissors, SHARP fabric scissors, thread snips
  • 1/4″ foot or a foot to ensure a perfect 1/4″ seam allowance
  • Topstitching foot or a stitch-in-the-ditch foot if you have one
  • Regular polyester thread in white or a pastel colour (can be ordered from the Queen of Cups in advance)
  • Fabric marking pen that is washout (for Frixion pens)
  • A seam ripper, spare bobbins, a tape measure, a small ruler. Optional are a seam gauge.
  • Drafting paper, scotch tape (if you don’t have on hand, I have plenty!)
  • A water bottle, snacks and your lunch (coffee and tea are available for free on site)
  • If you like extra light when you are sewing, you can bring your own sewing lamp.

It’s a good idea to label all your supplies with your name so they don’t get mixed up with others.

When you register, you’ll receive a course outline and more details of the course itself.

Bring Bra Making to your community

Would you like to see a bra making workshop in your community? Contact Abby to discuss how we can make it happen!

Feb
28
Thu
2019
Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio
Feb 28 @ 6:30 pm – Mar 1 @ 10:00 pm
Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio | Saint Stephen | New Brunswick | Canada

Finish your crafty projects!

Do you have crafty UFOs (unfinished objects) cluttering up your craft space? Are you itching to start a new project, but feel guilty about all the ones you haven’t finished yet? Are you stuck on a project and need some advice?

Crafty Thursdays (formerly Finish It Friday) are designed for you! Sewist, knitter, spinner and bra maker Abby Pond is opening up her studio on Thursday evening for you! Bring your project and your questions and sew/craft along to get those projects finished! Or, you know, just to hang out!

There is a large cutting table available if you have a project to cut, an adjustable dress form, sewing machines and a serger, not to mention Abby’s stash of woolly things. Come and knit, spin, sew, chat, and hang out with other crafty folk!

While Abby is on hand to answer your questions, this is not a fully instructed teaching time. If you’d like to learn how to make a bra, consider taking the Essential Bra Making class.

It’s a good idea to check with Abby in advance and confirm you’re coming as space in the studio is limited if you’ve got a big project.

Mar
28
Thu
2019
Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio
Mar 28 @ 6:30 pm – Mar 29 @ 10:00 pm
Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio | Saint Stephen | New Brunswick | Canada

Finish your crafty projects!

Do you have crafty UFOs (unfinished objects) cluttering up your craft space? Are you itching to start a new project, but feel guilty about all the ones you haven’t finished yet? Are you stuck on a project and need some advice?

Crafty Thursdays (formerly Finish It Friday) are designed for you! Sewist, knitter, spinner and bra maker Abby Pond is opening up her studio on Thursday evening for you! Bring your project and your questions and sew/craft along to get those projects finished! Or, you know, just to hang out!

There is a large cutting table available if you have a project to cut, an adjustable dress form, sewing machines and a serger, not to mention Abby’s stash of woolly things. Come and knit, spin, sew, chat, and hang out with other crafty folk!

While Abby is on hand to answer your questions, this is not a fully instructed teaching time. If you’d like to learn how to make a bra, consider taking the Essential Bra Making class.

It’s a good idea to check with Abby in advance and confirm you’re coming as space in the studio is limited if you’ve got a big project.

Mar
29
Fri
2019
Sackville NB: Essential Bra Making 101 @ Harbourmaster’s House
Mar 29 – Mar 31 all-day

Essential Bra Making 101 – your bra making class!

Would you like to learn how to sew your own bra, one that fits and expands your sewing skills?

Join the Queen of Cups for a hands-on, two day workshop at the Harbourmaster’s House in Sackville where:

  • you’ll learn about the structure of bras and the materials suitable for bra making
  • You’ll receive a bra pattern that is fit specifically for you, so you can make as many bras as you would like for yourself!
  • you’ll construct at least one, possibly two bras based on your pattern, in a small class setting (four people maximum.)

The course fee is $250 plus HST. (Why? See our FAQs)

Ready to Register?

You can register here via online form.

Or, contact Abby at 506.321.1418 or abby@queenofcupslingerie.ca to book your space! Your space is considered confirmed when your deposit has been received.

50% of the course fee is due at registration, with the balance due 7 days before the class begins. Within 7 days of the class, the course fee is non-refundable.

The Course Includes:

  • Two days of instruction from professional bra maker Abby Pond
  • One complete essential bra kit, which includes the fabric, elastics, findings (sliders and rings, hook and eye closure and bow), and underwires
  • One copy of the Pinup Girls Classic bra pattern in your size range
  • One personalized, fitted bra pattern for you
  • Course materials on bra construction process, materials, and more

You will also have the opportunity to purchase additional bra kits, fabric, findings, wires, and learning materials. The fabric in a bra kit is usually enough to construct 2 bras, but you will need to purchase the findings, elastics and wires to complete it.

By the end of the two days, you will have completed at least one basic bra in a pattern fit for you, and have learned the skills to construct your own bras at home with pattern fitted to you.

Space is limited to 4 participants in each session. That ensures you receive lots of personal attention from the instructor.

This course is not for beginning sewists. You will need to have solid basic sewing skills, including sewing straight and curved seams. Experience working with 1/4″ seams is also an asset.

What to bring

You will need to bring the following with you when you come to your course:

  • a functioning sewing machine (please test it before you come) that has straight stitch and zig zag stitch at a minimum; 3-step zigzag and lightning/serpentine stitch are preferable too.
  • all the cords and the pedal for your machine
  • an extension cord
  • a package of  75/11 Stretch needles (Schmetz is recommended)
  • Rotary cutter and mat
  • Paper Scissors, SHARP fabric scissors, thread snips
  • 1/4″ foot or a foot to ensure a perfect 1/4″ seam allowance
  • Topstitching foot or a stitch-in-the-ditch foot if you have one
  • Regular polyester thread in white or a pastel colour (can be ordered from the Queen of Cups in advance)
  • Fabric marking pen that is washout (for Frixion pens)
  • A seam ripper, spare bobbins, a tape measure, a small ruler. Optional are a seam gauge.
  • Drafting paper, scotch tape (if you don’t have on hand, I have plenty!)
  • A water bottle, snacks and your lunch (coffee and tea are available for free on site)
  • If you like extra light when you are sewing, you can bring your own sewing lamp.

It’s a good idea to label all your supplies with your name so they don’t get mixed up with others.

When you register, you’ll receive a course outline and more details of the course itself.

Bring Bra Making to your community

Would you like to see a bra making workshop in your community? Contact Abby to discuss how we can make it happen!

Apr
25
Thu
2019
Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm – Apr 26 @ 10:00 pm
Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio | Saint Stephen | New Brunswick | Canada

Finish your crafty projects!

Do you have crafty UFOs (unfinished objects) cluttering up your craft space? Are you itching to start a new project, but feel guilty about all the ones you haven’t finished yet? Are you stuck on a project and need some advice?

Crafty Thursdays (formerly Finish It Friday) are designed for you! Sewist, knitter, spinner and bra maker Abby Pond is opening up her studio on Thursday evening for you! Bring your project and your questions and sew/craft along to get those projects finished! Or, you know, just to hang out!

There is a large cutting table available if you have a project to cut, an adjustable dress form, sewing machines and a serger, not to mention Abby’s stash of woolly things. Come and knit, spin, sew, chat, and hang out with other crafty folk!

While Abby is on hand to answer your questions, this is not a fully instructed teaching time. If you’d like to learn how to make a bra, consider taking the Essential Bra Making class.

It’s a good idea to check with Abby in advance and confirm you’re coming as space in the studio is limited if you’ve got a big project.

May
30
Thu
2019
Level Up Lace and Style Changes @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio
May 30 – May 31 all-day
Level Up Lace and Style Changes @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio | Saint Stephen | New Brunswick | Canada

Level Up: Lace and Style changes for bra making

Sewing skill level: Intermediate and up

For those who’ve completed Essential Bra Making 101 and/or our foam-lined bra class, learn how to adapt your custom fit pattern to have different seam lines, a partial band, and different ways to apply lace!

Register online or Contact Abby to register your interest.

Join the Queen of Cups for a hands-on, two day workshop where:

  • you’ll learn about using different materials in your bra making
  • How to adapt your bra pattern for different materials or style changes
  • Different applications for lace in the cups, frame, band, and straps
  • you’ll construct at least one, possibly two bras based on your pattern, in a small class setting (four people maximum.)

The course fee is $200 plus HST. (Why? See our FAQs)

50% of the course fee is due at registration, with the balance due 7 days before the class begins. Within 7 days of the class, the course fee is non-refundable.

The Course Includes:

  • Two days of instruction from professional bra maker Abby Pond
  • One complete essential bra kit, which includes the fabric, elastics, findings (sliders and rings, hook and eye closure and bow), and underwires
  • 2 m of lace
  • Course materials on bra construction process, materials, and more
  • Coffee, tea, and refreshments throughout the day (a kitchen will be on site if you wish to eat lunch)

You will also have the opportunity to purchase additional bra kits, fabric, findings, wires, and learning materials. The fabric in a bra kit is usually enough to construct 2 bras, but you will need to purchase the findings, elastics and wires to complete it.

By the end of the two days, you will have completed at least one bra that you’ve adapted using the techniques taught in this class.

Space is limited to 4 participants in each session. That ensures you receive lots of personal attention from the instructor.

This course is not for beginning sewists. You will need to have completed one of our other bra making classes to take this class.

What to bring

You will need to bring the following with you when you come to your course:

  • a functioning sewing machine (please test it before you come) that has straight stitch and zig zag stitch at a minimum; 3-step zigzag and lightning/serpentine stitch are preferable too.
  • all the cords and the pedal for your machine
  • an extension cord
  • a package of  75/11 Stretch needles (Schmetz is recommended)
  • Rotary cutter and mat
  • Paper Scissors, SHARP fabric scissors, thread snips
  • 1/4″ foot or a foot to ensure a perfect 1/4″ seam allowance
  • Topstitching foot or a stitch-in-the-ditch foot if you have one
  • Regular polyester thread in white or a pastel colour (can be ordered from the Queen of Cups in advance)
  • Fabric marking pen that is washout (for Frixion pens)
  • A seam ripper, spare bobbins, a tape measure, a small ruler. Optional are a seam gauge.
  • Drafting paper, scotch tape (if you don’t have on hand, I have plenty!)
  • A water bottle, snacks and your lunch (coffee and tea are available for free on site)
  • If you like extra light when you are sewing, you can bring your own sewing lamp.

It’s a good idea to label all your supplies with your name so they don’t get mixed up with others.

When you register, you’ll receive a course outline and more details of the course itself.

Bring Bra Making to your community

Would you like to see a bra making workshop in your community? Contact Abby to discuss how we can make it happen!

Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio
May 30 @ 6:30 pm – May 31 @ 10:00 pm
Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio | Saint Stephen | New Brunswick | Canada

Finish your crafty projects!

Do you have crafty UFOs (unfinished objects) cluttering up your craft space? Are you itching to start a new project, but feel guilty about all the ones you haven’t finished yet? Are you stuck on a project and need some advice?

Crafty Thursdays (formerly Finish It Friday) are designed for you! Sewist, knitter, spinner and bra maker Abby Pond is opening up her studio on Thursday evening for you! Bring your project and your questions and sew/craft along to get those projects finished! Or, you know, just to hang out!

There is a large cutting table available if you have a project to cut, an adjustable dress form, sewing machines and a serger, not to mention Abby’s stash of woolly things. Come and knit, spin, sew, chat, and hang out with other crafty folk!

While Abby is on hand to answer your questions, this is not a fully instructed teaching time. If you’d like to learn how to make a bra, consider taking the Essential Bra Making class.

It’s a good idea to check with Abby in advance and confirm you’re coming as space in the studio is limited if you’ve got a big project.

Jun
1
Sat
2019
Essential Bra Making 101 @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio
Jun 1 – Jun 2 all-day

Essential Bra Making 101 – your bra making class!

Would you like to learn how to sew your own bra, one that fits and expands your sewing skills?

Join the Queen of Cups for a hands-on, two day workshop where:

  • you’ll learn about the structure of bras and the materials suitable for bra making
  • You’ll receive a bra pattern that is fit specifically for you, so you can make as many bras as you would like for yourself!
  • you’ll construct at least one, possibly two bras based on your pattern, in a small class setting (four people maximum.)

The course fee is $275. (Why? See our FAQs)

Ready to Register?

You can register here via online form.

Or, contact Abby at 506.321.1418 or abby@queenofcupslingerie.ca to book your space! Your space is considered confirmed when your deposit has been received.

50% of the course fee is due at registration, with the balance due 7 days before the class begins. Within 7 days of the class, the course fee is non-refundable.

The Course Includes:

  • Two days of instruction from professional bra maker Abby Pond
  • One complete essential bra kit, which includes the fabric, elastics, findings (sliders and rings, hook and eye closure and bow), and underwires
  • One copy of the Pinup Girls Classic bra pattern in your size range
  • One personalized, fitted bra pattern for you
  • Course materials on bra construction process, materials, and more
  • Coffee, tea, and refreshments throughout the day (a kitchen will be on site if you wish to eat lunch)

You will also have the opportunity to purchase additional bra kits, fabric, findings, wires, and learning materials. The fabric in a bra kit is usually enough to construct 2 bras, but you will need to purchase the findings, elastics and wires to complete it.

By the end of the two days, you will have completed at least one basic bra in a pattern fit for you, and have learned the skills to construct your own bras at home with pattern fitted to you.

Space is limited to 4 participants in each session. That ensures you receive lots of personal attention from the instructor.

This course is not for beginning sewists. You will need to have solid basic sewing skills, including sewing straight and curved seams. Experience working with 1/4″ seams is also an asset.

What to bring

You will need to bring the following with you when you come to your course:

  • a functioning sewing machine (please test it before you come) that has straight stitch and zig zag stitch at a minimum; 3-step zigzag and lightning/serpentine stitch are preferable too.
  • all the cords and the pedal for your machine
  • an extension cord
  • a package of  75/11 Stretch needles (Schmetz is recommended)
  • Rotary cutter and mat
  • Paper Scissors, SHARP fabric scissors, thread snips
  • 1/4″ foot or a foot to ensure a perfect 1/4″ seam allowance
  • Topstitching foot or a stitch-in-the-ditch foot if you have one
  • Regular polyester thread in white or a pastel colour (can be ordered from the Queen of Cups in advance)
  • Fabric marking pen that is washout (for Frixion pens)
  • A seam ripper, spare bobbins, a tape measure, a small ruler. Optional are a seam gauge.
  • Drafting paper, scotch tape (if you don’t have on hand, I have plenty!)
  • A water bottle, snacks and your lunch (coffee and tea are available for free on site)
  • If you like extra light when you are sewing, you can bring your own sewing lamp.

It’s a good idea to label all your supplies with your name so they don’t get mixed up with others.

When you register, you’ll receive a course outline and more details of the course itself.

Bring Bra Making to your community

Would you like to see a bra making workshop in your community? Contact Abby to discuss how we can make it happen!

Jun
2
Sun
2019
Essential Bra Making 101 @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio
Jun 2 – Jun 3 all-day

Essential Bra Making 101 – your bra making class!

Would you like to learn how to sew your own bra, one that fits and expands your sewing skills?

Join the Queen of Cups for a hands-on, two day workshop where:

  • you’ll learn about the structure of bras and the materials suitable for bra making
  • You’ll receive a bra pattern that is fit specifically for you, so you can make as many bras as you would like for yourself!
  • you’ll construct at least one, possibly two bras based on your pattern, in a small class setting (four people maximum.)

The course fee is $275. (Why? See our FAQs)

Ready to Register?

You can register here via online form.

Or, contact Abby at 506.321.1418 or abby@queenofcupslingerie.ca to book your space! Your space is considered confirmed when your deposit has been received.

50% of the course fee is due at registration, with the balance due 7 days before the class begins. Within 7 days of the class, the course fee is non-refundable.

The Course Includes:

  • Two days of instruction from professional bra maker Abby Pond
  • One complete essential bra kit, which includes the fabric, elastics, findings (sliders and rings, hook and eye closure and bow), and underwires
  • One copy of the Pinup Girls Classic bra pattern in your size range
  • One personalized, fitted bra pattern for you
  • Course materials on bra construction process, materials, and more
  • Coffee, tea, and refreshments throughout the day (a kitchen will be on site if you wish to eat lunch)

You will also have the opportunity to purchase additional bra kits, fabric, findings, wires, and learning materials. The fabric in a bra kit is usually enough to construct 2 bras, but you will need to purchase the findings, elastics and wires to complete it.

By the end of the two days, you will have completed at least one basic bra in a pattern fit for you, and have learned the skills to construct your own bras at home with pattern fitted to you.

Space is limited to 4 participants in each session. That ensures you receive lots of personal attention from the instructor.

This course is not for beginning sewists. You will need to have solid basic sewing skills, including sewing straight and curved seams. Experience working with 1/4″ seams is also an asset.

What to bring

You will need to bring the following with you when you come to your course:

  • a functioning sewing machine (please test it before you come) that has straight stitch and zig zag stitch at a minimum; 3-step zigzag and lightning/serpentine stitch are preferable too.
  • all the cords and the pedal for your machine
  • an extension cord
  • a package of  75/11 Stretch needles (Schmetz is recommended)
  • Rotary cutter and mat
  • Paper Scissors, SHARP fabric scissors, thread snips
  • 1/4″ foot or a foot to ensure a perfect 1/4″ seam allowance
  • Topstitching foot or a stitch-in-the-ditch foot if you have one
  • Regular polyester thread in white or a pastel colour (can be ordered from the Queen of Cups in advance)
  • Fabric marking pen that is washout (for Frixion pens)
  • A seam ripper, spare bobbins, a tape measure, a small ruler. Optional are a seam gauge.
  • Drafting paper, scotch tape (if you don’t have on hand, I have plenty!)
  • A water bottle, snacks and your lunch (coffee and tea are available for free on site)
  • If you like extra light when you are sewing, you can bring your own sewing lamp.

It’s a good idea to label all your supplies with your name so they don’t get mixed up with others.

When you register, you’ll receive a course outline and more details of the course itself.

Bring Bra Making to your community

Would you like to see a bra making workshop in your community? Contact Abby to discuss how we can make it happen!

Jun
27
Thu
2019
Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio
Jun 27 @ 6:30 pm – Jun 28 @ 10:00 pm
Crafty Thursday @ Queen of Cups Lingerie Studio | Saint Stephen | New Brunswick | Canada

Finish your crafty projects!

Do you have crafty UFOs (unfinished objects) cluttering up your craft space? Are you itching to start a new project, but feel guilty about all the ones you haven’t finished yet? Are you stuck on a project and need some advice?

Crafty Thursdays (formerly Finish It Friday) are designed for you! Sewist, knitter, spinner and bra maker Abby Pond is opening up her studio on Thursday evening for you! Bring your project and your questions and sew/craft along to get those projects finished! Or, you know, just to hang out!

There is a large cutting table available if you have a project to cut, an adjustable dress form, sewing machines and a serger, not to mention Abby’s stash of woolly things. Come and knit, spin, sew, chat, and hang out with other crafty folk!

While Abby is on hand to answer your questions, this is not a fully instructed teaching time. If you’d like to learn how to make a bra, consider taking the Essential Bra Making class.

It’s a good idea to check with Abby in advance and confirm you’re coming as space in the studio is limited if you’ve got a big project.