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1  Asami and Eri Corsets! img heavy in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by katisue on: May 11, 2009 06:36:19 PM
So, I made these up to elaborate on an idea that I've have for quite sometime, because I'm homeschooling, and really bored. I'm really proud of this little guy, and I think I'll be proud of the other ones too, once their built.

So the inspiration behind this was I was thinking of what would be a really cool wedding dress someday, and I thought that if you weaved ribbon, I would look really good in panels on a corset because of the structure of both of the.

Anyway, so here they are!

These ones aren't built yet, but I'm thinking of putting a busk in the pink one... I really like the red weave too!

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2  Orange racerback thingy in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by katisue on: August 22, 2008 09:33:10 PM
So... This is my first post in the "Clothing: I actually made something and don't have a zillion questions" category. It's a supposed to be loose and summery, but it kinda turned out baggy. But I reallly like the back. It's a modified pattern from the BurdaStyle website, the Jane jammies. I've used the pattern before, but aways by the rules. This is the first successful modification that went exactly according to plan. Cheesy
The front

The back

Fabric close-up! (Fabulous!)

Thanx for looking, more on the way!  Kiss
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