Joanne test drives the stays pattern with which most makers begin. Is Butterick 4254 a great beginner pattern... or an ill fitting mess?
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Commercial patterns have a bad reputation among corset makers! Jalea reviews and adds further instructions and fitting hints to this one.
The pattern seems good, but what do you do with that mock-up? On to fitting toiles, featuring example stays on three different body types.
Do not fear stays! Michelle takes a well known 18th c stays pattern and shows us how to measure it, enjoy its unusual shape, and alter it to fit.
Get ready to sew! Now you've finished drafting the pattern, you are ready to learn the simple methods to construct these stylish, high waist briefs.
Making lingerie can seem daunting at first. Emilie eases us in gently with clear drafting instructions for a straightforward project.
Simple garments, carefully packed away, not fancy enough to be on display, often tell us the most about the real lives and sewing of an era.
A historical classic gets a glamorous modern twist for your next photoshoot or burlesque project. Suitable for beginners!
Fanlaced corsets look impressive, but they're not as complex as they seem. Jema walks us through the process in her step-by-step guide.
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