Corsets were originally boned with whale bone (which is where corset ‘boning’ got its name I believe) and then later with steels. There are a number of different types used in corsetry but today we’re going to discuss why we use
As promised yesterday, here’s an update on what I’ve been sewing over the last few weeks. As you may know I’m attempting to get three corset patterns ready to launch for Valentines Day. Whether I’ll manage it remains to be
I ordered some suspender attachments and I’m very happy with the colour of these peach/pink ones, so with hurdle 1 accomplished – getting a colour that remotely matches my fabric – it was onto the challenge of how to attach them?
A few days ago if you remember, I took the two front pieces and attached the busk, I then had only the back eyelet panels left to do before I could attach the front and back to the rest of the
Yes I got a little bit further today with my experimental single layer corset training corset. Had a bit of fun with enamel paint too! So today I found time to insert the busk. I haven’t worked out how to make
Lucy From Lucy’s Corsetry I’ve always been a big fan of Lucy’s Corsetry website and YouTube reviews of corset training corsets, so I was extremely excited to hear she was going to review my Express Corset Making Video Course for