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icon smA mysterious pattern book from the 1920s reveals its secrets... including two beautiful Edwardian corset patterns you haven't seen!

icon smIt's fun to play with the original Symington Victorian corset patterns - but here, for the first time anywhere, is how to draft one yourself.

icon-smJeremy covers how to use python scripts to create custom corset patterns on your computer with any given measurements.

icon free smAnthony guides you through drafting out a well-fitted, comfortable masculine corset pattern ready for seam allowances and mocking up.

squarepicNikki guides us through the mysterious waters of the pipestem corset, including a bit of history and a lesson on what is / is not a pipestem.

icon-smIn this second article of his series on two fascinating Edwardian corsets, Jeremy now drafts a pattern for the 1911 corset with bra cups.

Mid 20th Century German Corsetry by Jeremy ErwinJeremy discusses the concept of a "pivot" line to draft patterns, and drafts a 1950s girdle and a 50s longline bra to demonstrate.

Blue corset iconMarion continues her series on the "Best of" Foundations Revealed, covering articles on pattern drafting, adapting and modifying corsets.

icon-smIn this series, Jeremy presents two different 1911 corsets that share the same back and have similar design elements, and describes the drafting of both.

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