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Topic: My XVIIIe Corset  (Read 1752 times)
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« on: March 15, 2009 06:48:54 AM »

Here is a corset I made, following a free pattern, found here : http://www.marquise.de/en/1700/howto/frauen/18corset.shtml
It is in cotton (an old table cloth), has 3 layers, ribbon borders and handmade eyelets.
This project was a lot of rework since the pattern ended up too big (during different phases of the project... even cotton tends to strech when stressed !).

This is the first step of a XVIII costume project Wink

More pictures on my flickr : http://www.flickr.com/photos/cicile/3067401641/in/set-72157594370540616/. Have a nice sunday.

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« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2009 04:33:33 PM »

Your corset is amazing!  Did you hand-work all the eyelets?  Please post the finished costume!
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« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2009 05:50:50 PM »

good grief thats awesome!
I cant wait to see the finished item either!

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« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2009 07:47:55 PM »

Breathing is for people who don't wear corsets.... Good luck with the rest of the project.
« Reply #4 on: March 16, 2009 09:58:47 AM »

Yes, all the eyelets were done by hand.

First, I punched a hole with a big sewing needle, then with a small knitting needle (size 3) and finally with a big knitting needle. I guess there is a special tool that does all that stuff but I dont have any and didnt want to buy one.
The sewing part is similar as a circular button hole (it maybe not historical accurate but it worked fine).

Quite easy. But also time consuming  Shocked

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