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Latex basics 2: Materials

Latex basics part 2 by Melanie BussMelanie tackles how to buy materials for working with latex, as well as some basic gluing and seaming skills, and safety advice you need.

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Hand Tooled Leather Corsetry 1

Hand tooled leather corset by Absolute Devotion CorsetsEver admired hand tooled leather corsetry? Here's how to select, purchase, and plan corsets with it, for those who are more used to fabric.

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Edwardian Latex Corset, part 1

iconInformation on anything other than the simplest latex corsets is sparse. Melanie takes on a more complex experiment.

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Hand Tooled Leather Corsetry 3

icon smHigh quality leather work of this kind is recognisable by its well-finished edge. Rebecca takes us through the process.

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Latex basics 1: Latex care

icon smMelanie schools us in the joys of latex clothing, including proper latex care, how to wear latex, and the basic equipment for working with it.

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Metal Corsetry

icon smJennifer introduces us to one of the misfits of the corsetry world, the metal corset, which has mysterious roots and purposes.

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Hand Tooled Leather Corsetry 2

Hand Tooled Leather Corsetry 2 by Rebecca HedgesRebecca explains the tools of leatherwork by taking you through an example of carving leather. Follow along and try a new skill!

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How To Make A Bobbinet Corset

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

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Whalebone v Steel: A Comparison

icon smKelly compares synthetic (plastic) whalebone with spiral steel by making two identical late Victorian corsets. Which works best?

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