Misses' Corset Pattern
MISSES' CORSET: Lined, close-fitting corset has neck and lacing variations, self binding and purchased eyelets. B: peplum. C, D: pleated back peplum. NOTIONS: Corset A, B, C, D: Eyelets: Ten for A and B, Eighteen for C, Eighty-six for D and 1/8" - 1/4" Ribbon or Cord: 1.625 yds. for A and B, 2.75 yds. for C and 8.75 yds. for D. Also for B: Three Briolette Jewels. FABRICS: Silk Broadcloth, Damask, Linen, Tapestry and Brocade. Lining and Binding: Silk Broadcloth and Cotton Broadcloth…
How to Make a Custom Renaissance Corset for Under $20
I’m a geek. You’ve probably noticed that by now. But my geekery extends into my many hobbies, and perhaps none so obviously as my sewing hobby. You see, when I wanted to learn how to sew it wasn’t because I wanted to make shirts or quilts or skirts. No, I wanted to make a Renaissance-style […]
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DIY corset pattern, fitted exactly to you, with duct tape | Offbeat Bride
It is completely possible to buy a pattern to make a corset for yourself, but if you have non-standard measurements, there is a decent chance that the pattern will require a high amount of alteration anyway. So why not just make a completely custom pattern, fitted exactly to you, with duct tape? I did and it has been awesome!
18th Century Stays - Take One
AND NOW FOR THE FINAL...KIND OF FINAL ANYWAY....PRODUCT: Well....turns out that making this one size smaller wasn't small enough to get the cinched in look I like. The next time will require me to make a bit of cusom alterations to whittle my waist more, at least another 1.5 inches smaller, the goal is 26", but if I cut the pattern size for that goal of a waist size the bust will be unwearable. I hate having to do the scaling to fit, but now I wonder if I should build a dress around this…