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Written by Laura Loft
You fix a bustline problem, but then fixing the waist makes the bustline look wrong again... here are some step-by-step techniques for fitting corsets right the first time.
Written by Marta Połetek
A while ago, Marta made two corsets from the same pattern, using different methods. Now she presents the results of her test.
Many makers find inserting gores and gussets tricky. Two easy step-by-step techniques that will insert them neatly, producing a nice crisp V shape at the bottom.
Written by May Bizzare
May guides us through the process of making a corset pattern into a u-plunge corset dress, including fittings and finishings.
Written by Jenni Hampshire
What makes a corset, a corset? Jenni shares her basic six rules of "good" contemporary Victorian corsetry.
Written by Sara Huebschen
Little things make all the difference. Sara shows us five tricks that are often overlooked, but can make a big impact in our work!
Marta sets out to compare multiple layered and stitched, steel boned 'modern' construction to the 'old' methods.
Written by Sannie van der Horst
As modern corsetmakers we are all inspired by the past. Sannie shows how historical examples can inspire your way of making corsets.
Written by Rosie Dennington
Heaven forbid we have to design or cut for a waist over 26”. As the body gets fatter, it becomes impossible to work with, right? Wrong.
Written by Nikki Swift
Nikki helps us identify different seam types and how (or how not) to use them in your corsetry creations.
Written by Barbara Pesendorfer
Now that we have a fully fitted mockup, Barbara guides us through the process of making the final corset with wired cups.
Written by Sergei Levin
Sergei introduces the modern world of integrated corsetry, its origins, and the advantages of merging the corset and fashion layers.
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