These are amazing! I thought buckram was the stuff in hoop skirts? I used some as boning in a corset I made. It was a little over half an inch wide, with wire on the sides and a space in the middle without so you can sew up the center. At least I was told it was buckram!
I've never heard of that type of corset boning before, but it sounds interesting! The only kinds of corset bones I've previously heard about are plain steel bones and spiral steel bones. How did the buckram bones work out? I'm fairly certain that hoopskirts also have steel in them.
Where did you get the boning for your corset?
The buckram was a stiff fabric which looked like cheesecloth dipped in white glue - it was as stiff as cardboard.