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Flossing Design Library

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A unique collection of historic corset flossing designs from which members and non-members can draw inspiration.

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Exploring Corset Embellishments

icon-smKelly discusses some basic types of corsetry embellishment techniques to get you started on the road to unique custom creations.

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Tambour Beading

icon smAnya introduces Tambour beading, an embellishment technique using a hook/needle hybrid on fabric stretched in a frame.

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Corset Design and Embellishment 1

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

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Hip Fins

ISO in Scarlett by Narrowed VisionsA hip fin is an external structural embellishment that typically sits over the hip of the corset. Nikki gives us the details on how to get it there!

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Corset Design and Embellishment 2

Corset Design and Embellishment 2 by Patricia RichardsonWe all appreciate a pleasing balance, rhythm, and harmony intuitively - but how do you use them consciously when designing corsetry?

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Tooled Flower Making

iconPaddy explores the technique of tooled flower making, including the tools and materials needed and a walk through of a rosebud.

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Electronic embellishment

icon smWorking with electronics as embellishment is a lot of fun; the possibilities are almost endless. Nathalie shows us how she uses it in corsetry.

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How to make a Flossing Sampler

iconBy the time you get to flossing a corset, it's usually too late to try any fancy experiments. So why not make a sampler now?

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Fall Leaves Corset Dress

icon-smLet Mother Nature inspire your designs! Izabela walks us through making this one-of-a-kind corset-dress made from seasonally-available materials.

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The Basics of Flossing

icon free smStep by step to creating simple and complex flossing designs: different threads to use, the right needles, basic stitches and making your own decorative, yet functional, flossing designs.

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Silhouette and Embellishment, pt 1

Violet Ink CorsetIn this article, Jenni takes us through keeping your silhouette and color in harmony when surface decorating your corsets.

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Silhouette and Embellishment, pt 2

icon-smThe hugely talented artist behind Sparklewren Bespoke Corsetry goes into detail about her embellishment processes.

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Embellishing with Rhinestones and Beads

icon-smFlo discusses the process for choosing and applying embellishments to your new lace corset.

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Flossing, part 1: Xs and Crossovers

Flossing: X's and CrossoversTaking a design from the Symington sampler, Andrea breaks down the elements and shows how to create it step by step.

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Flossing, part 2: Vs and Chevrons

icon smDiscussing some of the most fundamental stitch types in corset flossing, and using them to recreate designs from the Symington sampler.

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Lace overlay for an underbust corset

icon-smFlo guides us through the process of drafting a simple border lace overlay for the top half of an underbust corset.

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Matching Stripes in Corsetry

Striped corset by Laurie TavanStripes create an unusual visual interest in your corsetry. Here's how to match stripes perfectly by a simple technique of visualizing pattern matching choices before stitching up the project.

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Pattern Matching for Corsets

icon free sm Professional corsetmaker Alexis Black shows you how to lay out and pattern match a corset made from asymmetrical printed fabric, with stunning results.

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Hand-Dyed Lace, Part 1

icon-smHand-dyeing is an easy task that produces breathtaking results. Lisha takes us through a variety of methods to get beautiful results!

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Hand-Dyed Lace, Part 2

icon-smLisha concludes her discussion on hand-dyed lace with practical application demonstrations as well as frequently asked questions.

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