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Rachel Haggerty discusses the techniques used to work with metallic fabrics like taffeta and lamé to create a bodice worthy of Wonder Woman herself!
Mark discusses the drafting, fitting and creation of this classic - but notoriously complicated - non-wired bra which gives excellent bust support and shape.
Anna introduces us to making our own shapewear - allowing you to create retro-inspired pieces especially designed for and to match special outfits!
May continues her discussion by showing us how to apply the invisible method of boning construction to this beautiful plunge-neck corset dress.
Royal Black shares secrets of creating cupped corsets, using a standard overbust corset pattern & well fitting ready-to-wear bra.
Wearability for the modern day comes from giving full bust coverage, enabling the Sanakor to be worn as both under- and outerwear!
Barbara guides us through the process of making a mock-up, and doing fittings and adjustments, for cupped corsets.
Are garments with a crotch difficult to draft? Not really! Mark creates a basic pattern draft that can be adapted into countless underthings.
Let Mother Nature inspire your designs! Izabela walks us through making this one-of-a-kind corset-dress made from seasonally-available materials.
May guides us through the process of taking a corset pattern and making it into a u-plunge corset dress, including fittings and finishings.
Lisa demonstrates ‘the duct tape method’ of pattern drafting - it's especially helpful for people who are better with 3D than with measurements and a calculator.
Mark discusses the issues around bra industry sizing standards, and explores how to create bras for different sized cups that are both proportional and attractive.
Jenni finishes up her simple broche corset with casings, eyelets and binding.
Barbara explains ways of creating a push-up overbust corset, including important parameters that influence the position of the bust and how to modify them.
Marianne guides us through the steps to make a shouldered corset torso block, from which we can integrate corsets with outerwear garments.
Maja creates a semi mesh corset using spot broche in contrast panels of a transparent fabric, giving a very feminine shape with an accentuated waist to hip ratio.
Lisa takes on a corsetry challenge and shows us how she created a beautiful quick-change garment for the burlesque stage, including an integrated corset.
Using what we learned in her Shouldered Corset Torso Block article, Marianne now shows us how to mock-up, fit and pattern a shirtwaist corset bodice.
Izabela delves into the making of this modern corset using sheer and synthetic whalebone to achieve a dramatic Gothic, or maybe even ‘cyberpunk’, look.
Rachel shows us all the steps to complete a light and summery mesh corset, all the way from fabric choice to assessing the results.