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1901 Norah Waugh Corset

icon-smLuthien sets herself an Edwardian challenge by recreating the 1901 corset from Norah Waugh’s book 'Corsets and Crinolines'.

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1901 Norah Waugh Corset, Part 2

icon-smLuthien continues her journey with this corset from Norah Waugh's famous book through construction, embellishment and her final thoughts.

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Adapting a 1902 Kops Corset Patent

icon-smCecile delves into how to adapt a 1902 Kops Corset Patent 712,312 classic Edwardian S-bend corset to fit her body shape.

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The Sanakor Plunge Corset, Part 1

icon free smNikki introduces us to this beautiful and unique corset, and begins the task of bringing it to life by taking a pattern from an original.

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1902 Kops Corset Patent, Part 2

icon-smIn this second article in the series, Cecile will focus on the construction of the final corset based from the previously modified pattern.

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1902 Kops Corset Patent, Part 3

icon-smCecile's series continues with a summary and analysis of the information in the original patent regarding boning and finishing.

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The Sanakor Plunge Corset, Part 3

icon-smWearability for the modern day comes from giving full bust coverage, enabling the Sanakor to be worn as both under- and outerwear!

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CB A La Sprite Reproduction, Part 1

icon-smLuthien studies a transitional corset which, aesthetically, follows the ultra curvy corsets of the late Victorian/ early Edwardian eras.

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1907 Self-Lacing Front Closure

icon smNikki takes us through this alternative Edwardian front-closing corset, aimed at making the process of self-lacing easier for a lady.

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Ribbon Corsets 1: Background

iconHere's everything you ever wanted to know about ribbon corsets: drawings, patterns & real life examples, historical & modern.

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Ribbon Corsets 2: Construction

icon smDoris drafts & constructs a simple ribbon corset based on those she studied in part 1, learning about materials & suitable uses of this style.

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1908 Corset Breveté Part 1

1908 Corset Breveté Part 1 by Nikki SwiftThis very unusual French corset with detachable bra sparks interesting new ideas for modern makers. Is this the new Sanakor?

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1908 Corset Breveté Part 2

1908 Corset Breveté Part 2 by Nikki SwiftNikki maps out all the pieces of the main corset in detail, and shows how all the pieces fit together to give a truly versatile garment.

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1908 Corset Breveté Part 3

Corset Brevete 3 by Nikki SwiftNikki uses the unusual pattern she has taken from this garment to recreate the bust improver (bra) section of this unique corset.

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1908 Corset Breveté Part 4

icon smNikki walks us through crafting the final version of this amazing garment, wth particular attention paid to the order of construction.

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Edwardian Louis XV Corset

icon smDrafting the back of a beautiful S-bend corset pattern from the Edwardian era, called "Louis XV corset in nine pieces".

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Edwardian Louis XV Corset 2

icon smDrafting the front of a beautiful S-bend corset pattern from the Edwardian era, called "Louis XV corset in nine pieces".

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Edwardian Louis XV Corset 3

icon smAltering a premade Edwardian pattern is difficult, so the ability to draft one from scratch saves a big headache! Part three...

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1904 Tightlacing Corset: Part 1

icon smOur very first corset pattern with all horizontal seams. "Especially suitable for tightlacing" - what do you think? Will it work?

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Edwardian Louis XV Corset 4

icon smIn the final installment, Lucy constructs the Louis XV corset from the pattern she showed us how to draft previously.

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1904 Tightlacing Corset: Part 2

icon smTrying out a unique antique corset pattern with horizontal seams, ideal for tightlacing but also full of juicy design possibilities!

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