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Watercolor Effects with Tulle

icon smMarion introduces us to tulle and the delightful watercolor effects you can achieve with different color fabric layers stacked on top of each other.

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Elastic ribbon corset

icon-smElastic ribbon corsets give you the look of a corset, but with the comfort of modern garments. Izabela explains what it takes to create one.

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Semi Mesh Corset

icon-smMaja creates a semi mesh corset using spot broche in contrast panels of a transparent fabric, giving a very feminine shape with an accentuated waist to hip ratio.

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Why Plastic is Better than Steel

icon free smLuca details why we should be using synthetic boning instead of steel for certain applications, and why it is actually more authentic!

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1884 Higby Pattern in Leather

icon-smIzabela takes the late Victorian Higby corset pattern from her last article and creates a striking, modern Steampunk version using buckskin leather.

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Something Shiny

icon-smRachel Haggerty discusses the techniques used to work with metallic fabrics like taffeta and lamé to create a bodice worthy of Wonder Woman herself!

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Working with Burlap/Jute

icon-smMarta discusses the merits of burlap and how to work with this unconventional material to create a beautiful and unusual corset.

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Sheer Tulle Corset

icon-smMarta shares her experience of creating a beautiful corset out of this sheer material and pinpoints some key discoveries about working with transparent fabrics.

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Stretch Velvet in Corsetry

icon-smSandra Stuart shares what she's learned about how to use stretch velvet in corsetry. She discovers that it has its advantages, as well as its own special challenges - and it looks stunning!

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