Okay, since people keep wanting to know about how I make my binders I'll write about it here.
First things first, you can actually buy binders, or make some from other things if your sewing skills are less-than-fabulous. Remember, ACE = BAD. Also, here's a guide for that stuff.
Okay, if you have a sewing machine, or patience, I'll tell you how I do it. You might need to change the pattern around because this is designed for me (a skinny B-cup) and I don't know how well it'll work for other body types.
First things first you need the right fabiric, now it has to be tough, but stretchy and breathable. Also, white is good because it won't show up under clothes, unless you've got super-dark skin then, I dunno. But it doesn't matter too much because these binders are far from perfect and you'll probably need to layer to get the desired effect. Joannes sells fabric around here, and WalMart does too but I have this hatred for WalMart... Because they suck. So go find someone better to buy your fabric from. ;) (Or just don't listen to me. I don't care.)
Also, I don't include hemming because, hemming is a pain, and I've got to replace these things often anyways. If you want to hem, be my guest. But I'm not explaining it here. XD;
Okay, so once you've got some fabric, measure around just under those horrible globs of fat that you want to squish down. You know, your rib cage. Then you want to cut that number in half, cut one piece that's that long and maybe, 8-10 inches tall, and a couple that are maybe an inch or two shorter, but the same tallness. Follow me so far?
Okay, so the long ways is the top and bottom, and the shortways are the sides, so nobody get mixed up.
Okay, and then you have to basically sew a tube. So just line up the edges on one side, and sew a line down the side of it. Then line the edges up on the other side and do the same thing. Okay, then I guess try it on and see how it fits, if it's not tight enough you can sew it closer, but after a point, sewing it anymore just makes it more of a pain to put on but doesn't make it bind any more effectively.
Once you've done that, sew some straps on. For this I just guestimate how long the straps need to be and sew them on so I can put my arms through them. These are important. If you decide you don't add the straps the binder will roll down and make you miserable. XD;
Ummm Yeah. Fantastic. I think that's it. I know it's horribly disorganized and unprofessional, and probably hard to follow. Sorry about that. But maybe it'll help? It's really not that hard.