Free Ham!?! Why I don’t mind if I do!
Although they’re not the type you would expect to find at a Victorian picnic, these Tailors’ Hams are perfect for ironing the curved seams on your Victorian corsets! (Modern ones too). A good ham is hard to find nowadays. So as they don’t make them like they used to, why don’t you make them like they used to instead? Join the Corset Training mailing list and grab these ever so useful, almost good enough to eat Tailors’ Ham sewing patterns.
This is a completely FREE sewing pattern, you will be added to the Corset Training mailing list for select offers and the bi-monthly mini mag ‘Thread Over Heels’ (and no one else gets their grubby mitts on your email, that’s a promise!)
Downloadable Pattern – Instant Access!
About The Ham Patterns
The sewing patterns on this website are my own creations so you won’t find them anywhere else, I have designed them to print straight off a home printer. This pattern is downloadable so you will get a download link and be able to save it to your computer and print it instantly!
Tailor’s hams are great for ironing open curved corset seams & roll pinning your fabric layers together. These patterns come as a PDF that includes advice on what fabric to make your hams from as well as an explanation of how to sew them. You’ll need sawdust to stuff them, the finer the better.
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! This particular free pattern comes with permission to share as long as you credit CorsetTraining.net, but it might be simpler just to link to this page 😉
This is what you get, Free! –
- PDF Pattern & Explanation Booklet
Any problems just email corsettraining’at’gmail.com for a prompt response.