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Getting the Edges Right on Your Corset Patterns

By on August 21, 2013

When drafting corset patterns it can be difficult to get all the pieces to match up exactly. So if you’ve ventured into corset designing you may find todays video blog particularly useful… Today I’ve been mostly drafting corset patterns! Yes

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Another Year at Corset Training

By on August 4, 2013

 Another Year at Corset Training & A Few Changes To Be Made Well it’s a few days after my 28th birthday and give it a few months Corsettraining.net will also be another year older. So it’s a time of reflection

Making Usable Corset Patterns

By on July 14, 2013

When you start learning to make a corset you tend to stick to pre made shop bought patterns, and while these are great, sometimes it can be hard to find what your looking for. Little details can be altered on

How can I Tell Quality Coutil For Corset Making?

By on July 10, 2013

What is Coutil? For the sake of newbie’s to corset making I’d better just briefly explain what this stuff is, although I’ve covered this before many a time. Coutil sounds fancy but it’s just a fabric designed to make a corset from.

Want to learn to make a corset?

By on July 9, 2013

So earlier I went through the virtues of learning how to make a corset yourself, rather than paying for someone else to do it for you. We all know that if your going to corset train seriously, then at some

Get Your Supplies Sorted for Corset Pattern Sewing

By on June 27, 2013

Corset Patterns I won’t be covering ways to produce a corset pattern for this blog post, laughing moon are a good brand and there’s an array of corset patterns on vena cava. A quick hunt on the net brings up

Corset Patterns with Gores

By on June 14, 2013

While some corset makers out there will be familiar with this term, there will be a larger number, especially amoungst the beginners, who haven’t a clue what a ‘Gore’ is. This blog post is for you. It sounds like some

What’s in a curve?

By on May 31, 2013

What’s in it? The curve of a corset? Is it just luck that some girls turn into walking hourglasses when they don a corset, while others tend to get a straight up straight down effect? Or is it a case

The Visual Effect of Sprung and Spiral Corset Bones

By on May 19, 2013

When making your corset training corset you should now know from my last post that steel bones are the way to go. You’ll also know that spiral steels are a lot more flexible and bend in many more directions than

Personalize Your Corset Training Corset

By on May 4, 2013

So we’re learning how to make a corset? Then why not have some fun with it and make yourself a corset you can’t get anywhere else? That sounds difficult, I’m only a beginner Scarlet! Ah but I’m not talking about