I'll keep this short. I finished the bra. It fits (better on me than on my duct tape double). You get the picture - but this picture only.
The outer fabric is a stretchy nylon lace purchased in a favourite store on Queen Street in Toronto. It's the one with the Russian proprietor. I don't know the name, but if you have been in there, you know him.
The bra is ivory, less pink than it looks in this photo. The stash came through with elastic in two widths, hooks/eyes, sliders/loops and fold-over elastic, all in matching ivory, and little rosebud bows.
The straps are cut from the strap-elastic-roll-that-will-last-forever. It is a firm shiny-faced and plush-backed elastic with a firmly rounded picot edge.
Detail at left.
There is a reason bras have decorative bows.
They cover up the awkward spots where things meet, possibly not perfectly.
The lace is very thin/flimsy so the bra is fully lined with a light stretch mesh. That and the elastic seems to be enough support.
Up next? The Maya bra, in this firm lace.