Supporting large busts (say, above a D cup) can be tricky. Isabelle shares her guidelines for giving shapely support to larger cups.
Latex corsets are a contradiction: stretchy, not firm; glued, not sewn. Sannie Kralt shows you how to make one for yourself.
A unique collection of historic corset flossing designs from which members and non-members can draw inspiration.
Joanne shows how to use old patterns to make beautiful garments that are just not possible with today's mass market sewing patterns.
Wendy analyzes over 80 stays from 1790-1829 for fiber, colour, weave, length, opening placement, shoulder treatment, bust shaping, boning or cording.
Jenni discusses three corsets that she recently saw on a trip to Somerset House, the Bath Fashion Museum and The Barbican.
Barbara from Royal Black shares her teaching experience, including topics to cover, target audience, timing, location and cost.
How much should a corsetmaker charge, without either selling yourself short or discouraging potential clients? What's a truly fair price?
Many corsetmakers accept long distance orders. Is it a good idea? Jenni explores the benefits and pitfalls, and offers tips and advice.
Historical Clothing Success Path ~ Corsetmaking Success Path