Now the mock-up has been fitted, we move on to the construction of the final corset and find out just how wearable this Edwardian overbust style is.
Natasha guides us through the patterning and fitting process for this 1907 Daniel Kops corset to achieve an Edwardian S-curve silhouette.
Sabrina tackles the challenge of making a 1908 Corset, a transitional year between the S-curve era and the straight-line Teens era corsets.
Sannie explains how to tackle resizing and using historical corset patterns with very unusual pattern pieces, such as this very curvy Edwardian example.
Joanne tackles this elegant and drastically simple Edwardian corset patent, a pattern with only three panels!
A novel design using curves. We'll learn more about the inventor and his corset, and begin our journey to recreating this beautiful piece ourselves.
Joanne shows how to use old patterns to make beautiful garments that are just not possible with today's mass market sewing patterns.
Interpreting this unusual and sophisticated Edwardian design into a contemporary corset is a wonderful challenge that I am thrilled to share!
Doris walks us through the final corset from this original 1911 design, styled in the elegant elongated shape of 18th century stays.
This original 1911 design was styled in the elegant elongated shape of 18th century stays. Doris drafts and tests the pattern.
Jennifer shows you how to alter the pattern from last month, then sew the corset step by step, using the same vintage techniques as in the original.
Jennifer shows us an intuitive way to take a pattern from an existing corset. Includes pattern & shopping list for a simple, authentic 1910s corset.
A tatty old Ebay find leads to a fascinating journey of discovery, recreating both the corset itself and its owner's story.
It's fun to play with the original Symington Victorian corset patterns - but here, for the first time anywhere, is how to draft one yourself.
Marion continues her series on the "Best of" Foundations Revealed, covering articles on pattern drafting, adapting and modifying corsets.
Jeremy covers how to use python scripts to create custom corset patterns on your computer with any given measurements.
In this second article of his series on two fascinating Edwardian corsets, Jeremy now drafts a pattern for the 1911 corset with bra cups.
In this series, Jeremy presents two different 1911 corsets that share the same back and have similar design elements, and describes the drafting of both.