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Topic: First corset-for a friend's birthday gift. Lots of photos(new one); semi-tute.  (Read 3767 times)
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stickygorilla
« Reply #10 on: April 09, 2009 09:47:44 PM »

That is really awesome. I wish I had the patience and skill to make a corset... (not that I would wear one -_-;)
It looks super nice.
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Lil Dead Girl
« Reply #11 on: April 11, 2009 09:24:04 PM »

That came out awesome!!
I used that same fabric to make a short kimono!  It's super cute fabric!!
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Nellyphant
« Reply #12 on: April 12, 2009 02:55:35 AM »

It's beautiful.
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nephew and his Dragonheart that I made for him!


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« Reply #13 on: April 12, 2009 08:47:30 PM »

I love the fabric;  the pics don't do it justice.
Great job!
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regret the marionette
« Reply #14 on: April 16, 2009 09:28:52 PM »

Wow, this is your first? Great job! If I got a corset for my birthday, it would be the best birthday EVER!  Cheesy

As for what you would do differently next time, like others said I don't see why lacing up both the front and the back would be harder. I find it really convenient to have both sides laced because you can adjust the size if you gain or lose weight and still have the front edges together. You need a friend to help the first time: lace up the front (when it is off) so that the edges are together, then put it on and have the friend lace up the back to the desired tightness. Then you are ready to put it on and take it off by yourself using ONLY the front laces. Yay! It's really quite easy. I'd also bone it more for more support, but that's just me. I like having a nice smooth look.

Also, just because I'm a historical clothing nerd and these things irk me: a busk like the one you're thinking of would be very inappropriate for Elizabethan style stays. Stick with lacing.  Wink
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