Based on the Kops 1906 heart corset patent, this modern remake of an old design comes with both overbust & underbust options and involves bust gores and topstitched heart-shaped panels in contrasting fabric to create a visually stunning and utterly romantic heirloom piece. A timeless corset suited to more advanced corset makers.
A sultry underbust suspender corset for those seeking an elegant alternative to clip-on suspender attachments. Perfect for wearing under sleek dresses or short ruffle skirts. Perfect for the near beginner to intermediate corset maker. (Bra not part of the pattern).
A racy little cincher for the active woman, occasional corset wearer or party girl looking for more freedom and movement with the same breathtaking waistline. Great for wearing over your favourite party dress. Ideal beginner’s corset as it can be made without a front closure.
This heavily flossed and boned pattern is drafted straight from an original Parisian À La Spirite 1889 corset and comes with detailed pictures of the original! Flossing diagrams make embroidering the bone channels simple for historical accuracy. Recreate the original or try the beginners boning layout if you’re less experienced. Great for improvers to intermediate corset makers.
This is an excitingly unusual underbust with lots of features; hip panels make it super curvy while the low cut of the front makes it very comfortable and allows for lots of movement! There’s also a choice of 2 different bottom edges on this corset pattern and the option to make the front closure hidden! Great for improvers and good for beginners.
This is a very special bustle as it has two parts – The Bustle Pad which gives it structure and can be worn under period costumes on its own and the Outer Ruffle Cover which turns the bustle into an outer-wear garment and means you can have different ruffles for different outfits! A great addition to a burlesque outfit the Pandora bustle should be easy to put together for any skill level of corset maker.
This bustle also has eyelets instead of ties so when you wear it with a corset you can use the corset laces to tie it on at the waist. This also means different colour laces can be used to blend with the outfit your wearing.
This is a very simple, busk free, corset sewing pattern that can be worn with the laces at front or back.
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