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icon smAltering a premade Edwardian pattern is difficult, so the ability to draft one from scratch saves a big headache! Part three...

icon free smThis corset uses machine corded fabric instead of bones to stiffen the panels into an impressively curvaceous shape. Here's how to make a corded corset yourself.

icon smThe changing face of the busk: different styles and their uses, present day innovations and possible futures.

icon free smRetro lingerie guru Mark shows you how to make your own custom fully-fashioned vintage-style stockings with French or Cuban heels.

iconMark helps us to understand what is actually possible to do to the body with shapewear and what is in the realm of fantasy.

icon free smMarianne discusses the tools available to aid corsetieres - outlining the options available in each area of the corsetmaking process.

iconsmallRacing thoughts? Too much to do? No time to make your creative dreams real? Here's how to find some clarity and move forward.

icon free smLearning 'on the job' is a great way to pick up skills. Rosie explains the ‘why, when and how’ of securing a corsetry internship.

icon smDrafting the front of a beautiful S-bend corset pattern from the Edwardian era, called "Louis XV corset in nine pieces".

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