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Modern Corset Patterns

Below you’ll find all my contemporary corset sewing patterns in one place. These are my own modern corset designs, you can’t get them anywhere else! So if you’re into corset making and fancy a new modern and stylish design, you’re bound to find the right one here.

My sewing patterns are modern updated designs intended to appeal to todays busy and fashion conscious corset wearer. Underbust patterns that allow ease of movement, overbusts with alluring necklines. Teamed with the wonderful curves of the traditional Victorian corsetry pattern. Add simple corset making instructions and instant downloads and you have a beautiful corset in no time!

And if you’re making a corset for the first time why not try my completely free corset pattern? Just scroll to my free corset belt download below to get your very own copy! There is also a 3 for 2 offer below. Plus check out the How To: Underwear Wiki if you want to make other underwear to match <3 

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A set of corsetry sewing patterns designed to take you from beginner to advanced level. Each pattern comes with new challenges from the Vixen Cincher with its simple design and closed front for the beginner, to the Harlot with it’s busk closure and suspender attachment, to the advanced design of the Heart pattern with it’s beautiful topstitched heart panels and bust gores.

Downloadable PDF Patterns & Booklets – Instant Access!

Contents

Each Pattern Contains –

  • PDF Sewing Pattern in US sizes 4 – 20 (UK & EUR sizes included) in both US Letter & A4 format
  • Illustrated Pattern Booklet
  • The Corset Making Quick Reference Booklet

About My Printable Corset Patterns

Download and print off on your home printer in US sizes 4 – 20 (UK & EUR sizes included)

 

The corset sewing patterns on this website are my own creations so you won’t find them anywhere else, they’re born of the growing need by the modern corset maker for more fashionable, sexy, contemporary pattern styles.

I have designed them as PDFs to print straight off a home printer onto US Letter or A4 paper and they are in all regular dress sizes 4 – 20. These corset patterns are downloadable so you will get a download link after purchasing and be able to save them to your computer and print them instantly!

Each pattern comes with a booklet that includes an explanation of the pattern, a guide to picking the correct size, instructions on customising to your body measurements (if you desire a couture fit) and my complete list of online suppliers. Each booklet also has full, detailed instructions, with pictures, on any unique aspects of the pattern not covered in regular corset making.

***My corset patterns now come with a Corset Making Quick Reference Booklet (the ‘Making’ section from the Corset Making Manual which is part of my video course). Please check out the full Express Corset Making Video Course for in-depth corset making instructions.***

My Money-Back-Guarantee Promise

All my downloadable products come with a complete money back guarantee. If you don’t like them for any reason then you don’t pay for them. Just email me at corsettraining’at’gmail.com with your purchase details or hit reply on your purchase confirmation email and let me know you’d like a refund. It’s that simple.

Why? Because I make my patterns and products for the enjoyment of others, I love hearing about & seeing the beautiful creations my students and customers make. The idea that someone would buy something from me and be unhappy with it doesn’t sit well with me. So don’t hesitate to email and let me know if that’s the case! And don’t forget to send me photos of everything you make too 🙂

What You Can Use My Patterns For

Copyright for all patterns belongs to Miss Sapsford (that’s me) and they can be used for anything including making corsets to sell professionally. However – giving away or selling the actual patterns, altered or otherwise, is prohibited. If you’d like to sell my products I’d love to have you as an Affiliate!

Individual Corset Patterns

Vixen Pattern

$14.99

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. (Bra & panties not part of the pattern).

Downloadable PDF Pattern & Booklet – Instant Access!

Harlot Pattern

$14.99

A sultry underbust suspender corset for those seeking an elegant alternative to clip-on suspender attachments. Ideal for wearing under sleek dresses or short ruffle skirts. Perfect for the near beginner to intermediate corset maker. (Bra & panties not part of the pattern).

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Heart Pattern

$14.99

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.

Downloadable PDF Pattern & Booklet – Instant Access!

Contents

You get all of this for just $14.99! –

  • PDF Sewing Pattern in US sizes 4 – 20 (UK & EUR sizes included) in both US Letter & A4 format
  • Illustrated Pattern Booklet
  • The Corset Making Quick Reference Booklet

 

– And with my Money Back Guarantee you can buy with peace of mind!  So try it right now with no risk

Any problems just email corsettraining’at’gmail.com for a prompt response.

About My Printable Corset Patterns

Download and print off on your home printer in US sizes 4 – 20 (UK & EUR sizes included)

 

The corset sewing patterns on this website are my own creations so you won’t find them anywhere else, they’re born of the growing need by the modern corset maker for more fashionable, sexy, contemporary pattern styles.

I have designed them as PDFs to print straight off a home printer onto US Letter or A4 paper and they are in all regular dress sizes 4 – 20. These corset patterns are downloadable so you will get a download link after purchasing and be able to save them to your computer and print them instantly!

Each pattern comes with a booklet that includes an explanation of the pattern, a guide to picking the correct size, instructions on customising to your body measurements (if you desire a couture fit) and my complete list of online suppliers. Each booklet also has full, detailed instructions, with pictures, on any unique aspects of the pattern not covered in regular corset making.

***My corset patterns now come with a Corset Making Quick Reference Booklet (the ‘Making’ section from the Corset Making Manual which is part of my video course). Please check out the full Express Corset Making Video Course for in-depth corset making instructions.***

My Money-Back-Guarantee Promise

All my downloadable products come with a complete money back guarantee. If you don’t like them for any reason then you don’t pay for them. Just email me at corsettraining’at’gmail.com with your purchase details or hit reply on your purchase confirmation email and let me know you’d like a refund. It’s that simple.

Why? Because I make my patterns and products for the enjoyment of others, I love hearing about & seeing the beautiful creations my students and customers make. The idea that someone would buy something from me and be unhappy with it doesn’t sit well with me. So don’t hesitate to email and let me know if that’s the case! And don’t forget to send me photos of everything you make too 🙂

What You Can Use My Patterns For

Copyright for all patterns belongs to Miss Sapsford (that’s me) and they can be used for anything including making corsets to sell professionally. However – giving away or selling the actual patterns, altered or otherwise, is prohibited. If you’d like to sell my products I’d love to have you as an Affiliate!

New Style – Super Curvy Corset Sewing Patterns!

Extra curvy, sized by waist measurment just like RTW corsets. Download and print off on your home printer in sizes 18″ – 34″ waist  FULL SIZING CHART AND INFO BELOW

 

Cupid Pattern

$19.99

This is my famous sweetheart/light plunge overbust. It has a two part bust gore to create a stunning bust line and a simple four panel body. A light corset, great for wearing anywhere and perfect for beginners and above looking to try a pattern with bust gores/gussets.

Downloadable Pattern & Booklet – Instant Access!

Angel Pattern

$19.99

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 pattern and the option to make the front closure hidden! Great for improvers and good for beginners.

Downloadable Pattern & Booklet – Instant Access!

Aphrodite Pattern

$19.99

The front closure of this alluring corset is it’s most unique and beautiful feature, it is laced at the front (as well as at the back) with a plunging neckline and a small 1 inch lacing gap behind which sits a small modesty panel. There’s also a choice of 2 different top edges on this pattern – the higher for extra coverage of problem ‘fat overspill’ some people experience at the back of their corsets. An optional extra eyelet is marked in grey on the pattern for those wishing for a little more support and/or cleavage effect in the bust area.

Downloadable Pattern & Booklet – Instant Access!

This sewing pattern is sized by waist measurement i.e. corset size 26” means the waist measures 26 inches on the finished corset (when the corset is completely closed).

This pattern is designed however, to be worn with a 2” lacing gap at the back. So the measurements below include this gap. Simply compare them to your own body measurements.

The recommended natural waist size is highlighted in green. This is the most important measurement to look at when picking your size. Measure your waist about an inch to an inch and a half above your belly button where your silhouette naturally dips in when looking in the mirror.

Corsetry Pattern Sizing Chart

About My Printable Patterns

The corset sewing patterns on this website are my own creations so you won’t find them anywhere else, they’re born of the growing need by the modern corset maker for more fashionable, sexy, contemporary pattern styles.

I have designed them to print straight off a home printer. These sewing pattern is downloadable so you will get a download link after purchasing and be able to save it to your computer and print it instantly!

Each PDF pattern comes with my Corset Making Quick Reference Booklet which tells you exactly how to make a corset (this is non-pattern specific) and a pattern specific booklet that includes a guide to picking the correct size, an explanation of the pattern, and detailed instructions with pictures of any unique aspects of the pattern not covered in the Corset Making Booklet.

***Please check out my Express Corset Making Video Course for an in-depth corset making video course.***

What You Can Use My Patterns For

Copyright for all patterns belongs to Miss Sapsford (that’s me) and they can be used for anything including making corsets to sell professionally. However – giving away or selling the actual patterns, altered or otherwise, is prohibited. If you’d like to sell my products I’d love to have you as an Affiliate!

Contents

You get all of this for just $19.99! –

  • Sewing Pattern PDF
  • Illustrated Pattern Booklet PDF
  • The Corset Making Booklet PDF

– And with my Money Back Guarantee you have nothing to lose!  So try it right now with no risk

Any problems just email corsettraining’at’gmail.com for a prompt response.

My Money-Back-Guarantee Promise

All my downloadable products come with a complete money back guarantee. If you don’t like them for any reason then you don’t pay for them. Just email me at corsettraining’at’gmail.com with your purchase details or hit reply on your purchase confirmation email and let me know you’d like a refund. It’s that simple.

Why? Because I make my patterns and products for the enjoyment of others, I love hearing about & seeing the beautiful creations my students and customers make. The idea that someone would buy something from me and be unhappy with it doesn’t sit well with me. So don’t hesitate to email and let me know if that’s the case! And don’t forget to send me photos of everything you make too 🙂

“I only just managed to get my first corset finished before wearing it to an awesome festival I went to on the weekend 🙂 I made the whole outfit and we were having a blast making everything all tribal. Thankfully the corset held up really well and was such a great fit! I used the plunge overbust from [your] Express Corset Making Course and I just love it!

[follow up] I am still using your patterns for quite a few of my corsets and the course was one of the best things I invested in.”

Meli

This was her first but Meli has now made tons of corsets, check out her Facebook page, Miss Meli Corsetry

“I made a corset!!! I MADE A CORSET! I can’t believe I did it and I think I have a new thing to sew in the winters besides coats.

I’ve always wanted a better belt to wear with my kimonos. […] So after my recent discovery of corsettraining.net, I made a corset belt with the free pattern. […] As you can see, it gives some curve to a usually flat kimono outfit 🙂 It looks very… the west meets the east!”

Jue

Jue has a blog where she posts about her sewing projects, petiterepublic.com

“So I bought the Corset Making Course by Scarlett Sapsford, and finally learned how to pattern match! This is my first go at it, using the plunge pattern she did in the video. She is an amazing instructor!”
Heather

Heather's amazing pattern matching really makes this stunning Avengers corset!

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Corsetry Related Articles

Corset Design: Pattern Draping, the 3D Method

Here are some photos to illustrate nicely the three dimensional method of pattern draping to create your own corset designs. I go over how to prepare non-stretch cotton for draping, how to drape each piece and mark it for transfer to pattern paper.Read More

Corset Sewing Pattern Drafting: Fixing your Edges

This tutorial explains how I fix up the edges on my corset sewing patterns; that is, how I redraw the top and bottom edges of a corsetry pattern so they flow seamlessly from one panel to another. Often after a few alterations to your corset mockup, you’ll find that your pattern edges no longer match up. This is normal if you’ve been pinching in seams or letting them out but you will then need to redraw them. This is the best way (in my opinion) to get nice flowing top and bottom lines again.Read More

Why Use Steel Corset Boning For Your Corset Patterns?

Steel supports the body in a way that plastic bones can’t. Plastic weakens when bent and eventually snaps after extended wear, it is completely useless for corset training and a little dangerous in my opinion. A broken bone can go through the lining of a corset and pierce the skin, and misshaped bones can cause backache. Nothing is more comfortable than a properly supporting corset and you can vary the width of your corset boning to provide more or less support. If your corset is uncomfortable that’s down to a bad sewing pattern or incorrect sizing. Make sure you have a pattern made or altered to fit your body correctly, or at least a standard pattern that you’ve made a mockup for and checked the fit of.

 

 

 

 

The two types – Sprung and spiral steel corset boning

Sprung steel – Comes as a flat strip of solid steel, rounded at the ends and usually covered in a white plastic coating to prevent rust. When you bend it and let go it ‘springs’ back, which is where it gets its name. So 


Spiral steel – This is made up of two steel wires spiralled together (again the name is self explanatory). The two steel wires are wound into a tight strip and each end has a steel cap. Check out the picture below for the plastic, sprung steel, and spiral steel boning types. For waist training you need to use steel boned corsets. I repeat myself – plastic bones are only a viable option for lingerie and stage or party costumes not for corset training patterns.


To advise on picking between the two types; sprung steel will give you a smoother silhouette and a little more support while spiral steel will bend in directions its solid counterpart can’t, giving you more freedom of movement. If there’s a curve in your seam that requires the bone to bend in a direction other than with the flat surface of the bone, use spiral steel bones. It’s common to find corset makers who use both; spiral steels are used at the sides for ease of movement, while sprung steels keep the tummy flat at the front. Also, you must use flat sprung steels either side of your eyelets on both sides of your corset to keep the back edge straight.

 

 

 

Plus Size Corsets & Added Support

Corsets look stunning on the curvier figure and provide great support for a larger bust and the associated back problems that come with having a large cup size. If you need more support for a plus sized corset or added back support for a large bust, an injury, or medical condition (always consult your doctor in regard to medical issues and corset wearing), you’ll find sprung steel corset bones more supportive. If freedom of movement is a priority, then using spiral steels at the sides and sprung steels back and front might be a good solution. If you really want spirals throughout your corset then get the widest ones you can find.

 

For plus size corsets I recommend first evaluating the pattern and checking how many panels there are to it. Often larger sizes are scaled up from standard ones and panels become very wide. If you’re boning only the seams, then redrafting or substituting the corset pattern for one with more panels means narrower panels and more boning. Alternatively, if you can’t face a redraft, consider adding more bones by running bone casing down the centre of each panel on the inside of the corset to add support.

 

Yet another method to add support (and more corset boning) is to double-bone your seams. I often use wide bias binding placed over the inside of my seams, sew along each edge and then flip to the front to ‘stitch in the ditch’ (sew along the seam in the gap where the panels meet). This creates two bone cases and you can slip a bone down each. Some people use the seam allowance of the lining for one case and the seam allowance of the outer fabric for the other. Either way, make sure your casing will be wide enough to take the two bones. So take a bone with you when you purchase your bias binding or line one up along your seam allowance before you cut your pattern pieces.

 

 

 

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