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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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Kate O'Donnell
Please advise how I might access further info on the 1911 patterns, thank you.
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carmene
... I started to work on that book last week :))
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jerwin
How far have you gotten? I hope my article has been at least helpful.
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carmene
Not too far yet :) .
I was still in limbo on the model that I would choose for my corset, in this book and among others.
I finaly chose the 'Corset soutien gorge'
I will start patterning tomorrow morning !

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jerwin
Last edited on 03.07.2014 20:02 by Jeremy Erwin
The corset-soutien gorge is actually the next part of the article. (It's in press-- though the editors know their schedule better than I.) Note that the back pattern draft for the corset soutien-gorge is the same as back pattern draft for the corset tailleur-- this article. I hope that provides a head start.
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