Jenni continues on silhouette and fitting a house style on different body shapes, plus its relationship to your corsetry business and brand identity.
Jenni begins her discussion of silhouette, including personal preference and inspiration.
Now that there are many corsetmakers in business, creating a strong visual identity is increasingly important for your brand.
How to review your year with a positive, loving attitude, even if it wasn't great, and use it as a springboard into the coming creative year.
Sewing and corsetry can be tough on our hands. Marion discusses her RSI story, and explains what she's done to help herself heal.
Three awesome questions & solutions: fitting 1770's stays for curvy figures, changing overbust corsets to underbusts, and corsets for apple shape figures.
Help in creating a corset pattern for an asymmetrical figure; advice on dealing with models, corsets and photoshoots; and how to clean everyday corsets.
Two questions and an embroidery library on the Letters page this month.
This month we have four questions: transferring marks to the garment, how to sew a challenging area on an 1891 Ageless patterns corset, bias cut panels on Teens corsets, how to adjust a pattern for a client's challenging hip area
In Letters, Questions and Advice this month: Laura sends in a great lighting suggestion, Rachelle asks about 1840's corset resources, and Hanna wonders how to make a 1950's style bra for her new dress.
There are two questions this month. One on patterning/fitting a corset for a figure where the waist is almost as big as the hips. The other is on horizontal boning channels in 18th century corsets.
This month Suzannah asks about corset mannequins, Laurie inquires about the different site look and Natalie wonders how adaptable the corset drafting tutorial could be.
This month we have two questions - one on copyright-free patterns for corsets made for retail and one on proper length of bones.
Luca has caused a sensation with his thoughts on synthetic whalebone, so we've invited him back to tell us more about his work.