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For nearly two decades, the store's owner and self-described "fairy bra mother" Beverly Johnson has shown women and the occasional man how to handcraft bras that fit bodies of various shapes and sizes using her own patterns. Johnson, 62, launched the school one of the only programs of its kind after years of leading workshops across Canada and around the world. Between her in-person lessons and new online courses, Johnson estimates she's taught more than 30,000 people to make beautiful and supportive bras. Some have gone on to start their own businesses or teach lingerie-making themselves in stores such as The Make Den in west-end Toronto. A recent weeklong master class on plus-size bras saw Ndala create a pale blue prototype to take home to her mother who has large breasts but a petite frame and replicate. If the undergarment fits, Ndala said she plans to start sewing some for others. "There's really a need out there for people to make bras for people who can't have them anywhere," Ndala said.
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