Tag: corsetry

Dutch Masters Underbust

Dutch Masters Corset This fabric has become a bit of my thing over the past years. I love the colour and print on this cotton fabric.  This corset was made for a lovely experienced tightlacer. This means that the corset is extremely curvy.  When working with a patterned fabric you need to match the pattern […]

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Black is such a happy colour

People who know me for a while know that I started sewing when I wanted to wear gothy clothes. This evolved into a fascination with the Victorian era and corsetry. When my client asked me to make her a Victorian corset in all black materials I was very happy. Combining the two things I love. […]

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There is always room for improvement, The Heather Corset Overhaul

At Skeletons in the Closet we always try to improve our work. Me in the pattern drafting department, and my husband when it comes to the hardware part of the work. As you may know this year we have been working on new standard size corsets, couture shapes and historical examples. It was also time […]

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Sheer corsetry

Sheer corsetry. As you may know, I was a little late to the sheer corsetry party. Having tried to work with lingerie mesh, and non coutil strength layer before (both not to satisfaction) I was not sold on the idea of using a mesh fabric for corsetry. After all a corset is supposed to be […]

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