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Corsetry for Larger Women by Rosie DenningtonHeaven forbid we have to design or cut for a waist over 26”. As the body gets fatter, it becomes impossible to work with, right? Wrong.

icon smLearn how to use key elements and principles of design to create a balanced, professional look in all your corsetry and fashion work.

icon smHow to review your year with a positive, loving attitude, even if it wasn't great, and use it as a springboard into the coming creative year.

icon smIt's fun to play with the original Symington Victorian corset patterns - but here, for the first time anywhere, is how to draft one yourself.

icon smTips and advice for working with bobbinet, a sheer, strong, tulle-like fabric that's a surprisingly delicate-looking choice for corsetry.

icon smApril covers the basics of making up our Competition 2016 pattern, with observations and suggestions to achieve a "modern" fit.

squarepicNikki guides us through the mysterious waters of the pipestem corset, including a bit of history and a lesson on what is / is not a pipestem.

icon smNow that there are many corsetmakers in business, creating a strong visual identity is increasingly important for your brand.

iconDoris drafts & constructs a simple ribbon corset based on those she studied in part 1, learning about materials & suitable uses of this style.

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