Mark discusses the issues around bra industry sizing standards, and explores how to create bras for different sized cups that are both proportional and attractive.
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Jennifer constructs this beautiful Victorian corset in which adding, removing, or resizing panels propose to make it uniquely adjustable for fit and comfort.
Lelanie experiments with removing the gussets from an Edwardian corset pattern to suit her modern sensibilities about, and style of, corsetmaking.
Izabela takes the late Victorian Higby corset pattern from her last article and creates a striking, modern Steampunk version using buckskin leather.
Alison de-mystifies the world of social media, and how you can best use these tools to help grow your business, customer base and the corsetry community.
Katie-Louise guides us through the completion of this beautiful Victorian corset and discusses the changes she would make to the pattern if she made it again.
Hannah uses information gained from her first article about this late C19th pattern to construct and finish a beautiful corset using silk organza, coutil and steel.
Sannie discusses issues that are not always talked about by professional corsetiers: making a living from corsetry and knowing when to close your business.
Alison explores the stationery, business cards and print advertising that you need to run a successful business, and how to prepare artwork for these.
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