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angel0lynne
« Reply #220 on: July 14, 2007 09:43:35 AM »

PICS!!!! yay!!!!

detail:
detail pic
ignore the awful shirt
mirror shot
its not laced up all that tight though...
Ooooh, it looks lovely on you.  Good job on the grommets.

thanks Cheesy they actually were grommets my grandmother used to make shower curtains with... but she didnt need them, so she let me have them.
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Hayate392
« Reply #221 on: July 15, 2007 12:12:14 AM »


XD uhm...yea my fabric is hideous,.but it was ten yards for 2$...lol and the only thread i had was yellow~
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Ta-daaaaa my corset....without me in it though ^___^;;;;
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Mienna
« Reply #222 on: July 15, 2007 06:53:42 AM »

Very cute! The fabric is neat looking.
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« Reply #223 on: July 16, 2007 01:51:30 PM »

Hmph...

First of all, love the tutorial-- really awesome!

I'm really considering making it, but I actually just want the bodice piece SHAPE, but without it actually being a full-on corset. My plan is to replace the eyelets with a zipper and then attach a skirt at the bottom ((jumper---corset---dress?? I don't know what a proper name for it would be!))

Either way, I've read all the pages and got a lot of questions answered, but I'm just assuming that the way to get the corset back to come close enough to overlap in the back for a zipper would be to fiddle with the biggest pattern pieces that were drawn? As in--- make that piece wider = more extra fabric in the back for a zipper?
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MaliceMizer
« Reply #224 on: July 18, 2007 08:22:30 AM »

lovely  Grin

i'm gonna make it ^^
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clacksou13
« Reply #225 on: July 25, 2007 06:14:07 PM »

Ta-da! 



Took a while for me to finally post this...I used this tutorial to make a corset for the character Emilie the courtesan in my school's production of Dangerous Liaisons.  The production design was a mish-mash of modern and period elements, so a lot of the women had modern shirts and skirts under period corsets.  I was at a loss for a corset that wasn't Renaissance or Rococo, and this tutorial really helped.  Thanks!
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« Reply #226 on: July 26, 2007 09:06:19 AM »

Ta-da! 


Took a while for me to finally post this...I used this tutorial to make a corset for the character Emilie the courtesan in my school's production of Dangerous Liaisons.  The production design was a mish-mash of modern and period elements, so a lot of the women had modern shirts and skirts under period corsets.  I was at a loss for a corset that wasn't Renaissance or Rococo, and this tutorial really helped.  Thanks!
You look too cute in it!
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clacksou13
« Reply #227 on: July 26, 2007 09:55:43 AM »

Lol, thanks, I'll tell her... that's not me, it's the actress, who happens to be one of my good friends.  I auditioned for this play but didn't get in, which I'm thankful for because it made me realize that I wanted to be a costume designer for a living. 
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« Reply #228 on: July 27, 2007 07:44:55 AM »

Well, I've been lurking for some time on Crafster, but I finally got a sewing machine this week and this was one of the first things I went for.

http://i201.photobucket.com/albums/aa152/exsequiae/P1010004.jpg

http://i201.photobucket.com/albums/aa152/exsequiae/P1010009.jpg

So for a novice, I'm pretty happy with it, though it turned out a bit smaller than I had wanted. I also ran out of black ribbon, so went for a bit of red too.

And for the plastic, I used an old biscuit tub I had previously been keeping stationary in  Grin

Thanks a lot for the great tute!
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xxclone_your_loverxx
« Reply #229 on: July 27, 2007 08:05:20 PM »

Well, I've been lurking for some time on Crafster, but I finally got a sewing machine this week and this was one of the first things I went for.

http://i201.photobucket.com/albums/aa152/exsequiae/P1010004.jpg

http://i201.photobucket.com/albums/aa152/exsequiae/P1010009.jpg

So for a novice, I'm pretty happy with it, though it turned out a bit smaller than I had wanted. I also ran out of black ribbon, so went for a bit of red too.

And for the plastic, I used an old biscuit tub I had previously been keeping stationary in  Grin

Thanks a lot for the great tute!


the red and black lace actually look really cool together! great job!
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