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This should work with any hook or any yarn. You just have a little bit of math to do! We are just going to do this part a bit differently as to accommodate our bustier pals with more cuppage.
If you don't want to do your own math, I did it for you here.
This way starts with the band and then works up from the bottom of the bust to the neck,
Step One: Measure the under bust. Crochet that length minus 2”. (Make a note of how many chains have been done.)
DC into the 4th ch from the hook and work across. Ch2 at the beginning of each of the next rows, ch2 counting as a stitch. Make this as long as you please.
Step Two: Measure directly under the bust from the outside side of one breast to the outside side of the other. Make a chain that length. Now do a little bit of math here:
*[(starting chain on the band - 2) - (chain made to under bust length)] /2 = how many chains to skip on the band to start the bust
On either side of the band, count out the total from the formulation above and place stitch markers.
Step Three: This is where cuppage starts to matter. Using this list will help you to note when and where to increase appropriately.
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