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IconA historical classic gets a glamorous modern twist for your next photoshoot or burlesque project. Suitable for beginners!

squarepicFanlaced corsets look impressive, but they're not as complex as they seem. Jema walks us through the process in her step-by-step guide.

thumbnail4 short video tutorials on cutting, finishing, and smoothing off the ends of different types of boning, both plastic and steel varieties.

161 3 4 frontA smooth, lightly boned, accurate Victorian corset. Flexible, comfortable and yet still curvy, and recreated step by step for you to follow along!

FIG 1 original outline simpleCaroline tries different ways of laying and cutting her Symington pattern to create a wrinkle free corset - the holy grail for many corsetieres.

squarepicThis gorgeous black and yellow Symington corset is a real show-stopper. Here, Michelle walks us through its construction, step by step. 

squarepicThis gorgeous black and yellow Symington corset is a real show-stopper. Here, Michelle walks us through its construction, step by step. 

squarepicIn more detail than ever: pattern study, materials, cutting and fusing to reproduce this gorgeous Symington show-stopper.

squarepicFinishing a reproduction 1909 corset, with lapped seam tutorial video (they're not as tricky as they seem) and inspiration to tackle UFOs!  

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