May guides us through the process of making a corset pattern into a u-plunge corset dress, including fittings and finishings.
Using what we learned in her Shouldered Corset Torso Block article, Marianne now shows us how to mock-up, fit and pattern a shirtwaist corset bodice.
Barbara explains ways of creating a push-up overbust corset, including important parameters that influence the position of the bust and how to modify them.
Jenni finishes up her simple broche corset with casings, eyelets and binding.
In this free article, professional corsetmaker and owner of Sparklewren Bespoke Corsetry gives us a solid foundation overview of how to make a corset.
Working with electronics as embellishment is a lot of fun; the possibilities are almost endless. Nathalie shows us how she uses it in corsetry.
A unique collection of historic corset flossing designs from which members and non-members can draw inspiration.
Patricia helps guide us through the landscape and terminology of this most broad of terms.
We all appreciate a pleasing balance, rhythm, and harmony intuitively - but how do you use them consciously when designing corsetry?
Learn how to use key elements and principles of design to create a balanced, professional look in all your corsetry and fashion work.
Don't dream it, be it: Mark comes full circle in his undergarment obsession. Here's his design and construction process!
Mark discusses the drafting, fitting and creation of this classic - but notoriously complicated - non-wired bra which gives excellent bust support and shape.
Selecting goals allows us to dream big, and then reverse engineer those dreams so that we can build towards realising them in our lives.
A fiddly but simple method, and the results are astonishingly lovely. Here's how to create your own couture silk lingerie!
Mark shows us different ways to re-style the Long Leg All-in-One Bodyshaper garment, including sporty & more "intimate" stylings.
Are garments with a crotch difficult to draft? Not really! Mark creates a basic pattern draft that can be adapted into countless underthings.