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Jacci Jaye's Corset Pattern #1

Rating 17 votes Buy or download pattern to rate Difficulty Intermediate Size 4/6 See Sizing Chart Type help Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format used to represent documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems Print at Home PDF Description This pattern download and tutorial is a cinch— literally! This pattern is a size 4/6. Recommended Materials Decorative outer/fashion fabric: You can use any durable, non-stretch woven fabric like cotton, silk, twill or linen. Lining: Coutil (also spelled Coutille) is a woven cloth created specifically for making corsets— but any woven like cotton or cotton Amount of Fabrics 1 yard self, 1 yard lining Seam Allowance This pattern includes seam allowance Related:  IDEES PATRONS MODELES...

Couture : patron d'une ceinture corset par Jacci Jayes Jeudi 17 février 2011 4 17 /02 /Fév /2011 08:01 Point de tricot cette fois-ci, sinon je vais en lasser plus d'une. Voici un patron (anglais) gratuit pour une ceinture obi style corset. Vraiment très joliment porté par la demoiselle. Comme j'avais prêté un de mes livres Burda avec les patrons d'obi (et que je n'ai jamais récupéré ceux-ci) ; j'ai voulu en rechercher un modèle : celui-ci m'a séduit car il ne monte pas trop haut et structure la silhouette. - Patron gratuit : ceinture corset-obi (en anglais) Selon les adaptations, on pourra le porter sur un corsage fin ou sur un top décolleté. Alfafa PS pour voir le patron, il suffit de s'incrire sur Burdastyle (c'est gratuit, on valide le lien envoyé par mail et c'est tout) et vous pourrez télécharger gratuitement les patrons "Free". Partager l'article ! inShare

Reconstructing A 1910's Era Corset For the past few years, I’ve been searching for a good pattern for a 1910’s corset, but I discovered that the number of commercial patterns and pattern diagrams from books for this type of corset is surprisingly limited. Then when I tried making up a few of the available patterns, I was further frustrated by poor fit and difficulty enlarging the patterns to my size. So I was thrilled to buy a 1910's corset off of ebay for under $30. Judging from corset advertisements from this decade, I am guessing that it dates from the mid-1910's. This corset was a larger size with a 29” waist and 45" hips, not including the lacing gap. The construction of this corset was very streamlined with only five pieces and no gores or bias-cut seam-lines. Enlarging the pattern The first step is to print out the pattern and enlarge the pattern on a copy machine. Size alterations If you need to enlarge or reduce your corset, draw a line down the middle of each pattern piece and cut along that line.

Mode, Couture de motifs, Inspiration, la communauté et l'apprentissage After you have entered in your billing information and completed your purchase, you will be redirected to your Pattern Library where you will find links to download your pattern and instruction PDFs. If you are no redirected immediately, simply click: Your Username (top right corner) > My Account > Pattern Library Once you have downloaded your pattern Open your pattern PDF with the latest version of Adobe Reader. Print on 8½ x 11" or A4 sized paper. Depending on your pattern, the number of pages will vary. Printing your pattern Find the page in your pattern tat contains the Test Square. You may want to locate, print, and test this page before printing the whole pattern. Tiling your pattern together You will notice that the edges of your pages have numbers, letters, and triangles. Simply match together 1a with 1a, 1b with 1b, 2a with 2a, etc. We suggest laying out all your pages on a large flat surface to match all the triangles together. Now, simply tape the pattern pages together:

Perfect Boning Channels | Foundations Revealed Do you struggle to stitch straight boning channels? Do your stitch lines end up taking unexpected detours? Lots of people have asked how to get perfectly straight and even boning channels and it’s something I struggled with for a long time. But through trial and a lot of error I have come up with a few tips and tricks that help me tame unruly stitching. I should point out that while I am confident that these techniques will help those of you who are having some problems, you won’t see the full benefit unless you practise. I never found a way round the old adage of “practise, practise, practise”. One of the things that helped me was to draw squiggly lines on a piece of coutil, trace over them with machine stitching, and then stitch beside them again in an attempt to create a swirly boning channel. Top Tips As I mentioned before, practice. Boning Channel Choices What you use to make your boning channels is as important as how you stitch them. Marking Out Your Boning Channels

Ceinture OBI en patchwork de tissus japonais, liens bleu - Le blog de Ktlin Chiffons Créations Jeudi 10 novembre 4 10 /11 /Nov 14:05 Ceinture "OBI" entièrement réversible, créée autour d'un patchwork de tissu japonais aux motifs traditionnels, et d'un coton beige à lignes et points noirs verticales sur sa face principale et d'un coton gris sur l'envers. Peut se porter de très nombreuses façons : nouée sur le devant, sur le côté ou à l'arrière, selon l'inspiration du moment. Un cadeau original pour femme élégante à offrir ou à s'offrir. Partager l'article ! inShare How I Sew Corsets This is a guide of how I sew my corsets, I think that is is a really simple way since there is no need to worry about the “stitch in the ditch” issue, having seams that are not exactly aligned. This corset does not have a busk since I made this tutorial before I learned how to insert them. But HERE is a really nice tutorial on how you do it, it is also how I insert my busks. For you Swedish speaking people out there, I now have this tutorial in Swedish and it can be found HERE This corset is made with coutil, my favorite fabric for corset making, I do feel that is is superior to everything else that I have tried, but that is just my opinion. I start with fusing the fashion fabric to the coutil, I do this before cutting the pieces, this eliminates problems such as fusing wrong sides together, fashion fabric stretching and you only need to cut two layers, not three. Look now we have all the pieces cut out, I hate cutting fabric, it is so boring. Now on to the “real” sewing. Fixed! Like this:

ceinture obi | Encore et toujours dans les sacs, peu de temps pour vous présenter les nouveautés. Mais rassurez-vous, je ne chôme pas dans mon atelier. Le travail va bon train avec 40h de travail minimum/semaine entre la création de petites nouveautés que je mets en ligne régulièrement, la tenue des boutiques en lignes, les commandes à honorer et surtout, la préparation de la prochaine et dernière exposition de l’année! Donc au programme du sac, de la pochette, du boléro en velours et un peu de bijoux romantiques et med-fan. Et oui, cette année, Yinco Hime participe au festival Les Geek Faeries. Quesaco? Ce festival a lieu tous les ans depuis 2010, cette année cela sera 20 au 22 Septembre au Château de la Fontaine 41, Bois le Roi 45210 GRISELLES Vous trouverez toutes les infos sur le festival, sont contenu, comment y aller sur leur site: J’aurai mon stand sous la tente des créateurs les 21 et 22 Septembre en compagnie de supers créateurs et artisans.

How to Make a Corset | Foundations Revealed Introduction In this article we are going to look at a simple method for how to make a corset, one that is ideal for beginners. By following the steps you will learn about some of the key principles of a corset. (For subscribers and those interested in greater detail, this corset is also presented as a two-part article which goes into greater detail. Part 1 and Part 2 are best read following The Six Rules of Good Corsetry: a basic guide.) Figure 1: Beautiful stitching just takes a little practice Keep it simple Following a small set of basic rules can be a very worthwhile approach for corsetieres both new and old, and here's number one: Simplicity is good. The challenges of more complex corsets can, I fear, put many people off very early in their corsetry studies. Figure 2: A Sparklewren midbust. Patterning and Fitting In this article, I will be focussing on construction rather than patterning. Let's Begin This corset is about simplicity. Broche is beautiful to work with because: Preparation

Inspiration Japon Hello la compagnie A votre bon cœur ! je vous avais déjà parlé de cette initiative Inspiration Japon pour venir en aide aux sinistrés du Japon...la date limite pour envoyer les photos des créations, c'est aujourd'hui. Alors, hier soir, j'ai vite vite cousu deux ceintures Obi. Elles pullulent sur la blogo, et faut dire que c'est une manière rigolote de mettre un peu de couleurs à sa tenue, et de marquer sa taille de guêpe... Que des chutes de tissus, donc une bonne opération "durable"12,50 euros l'unitéje vous rappelle le principe : les gains vont à la croix rouge... l'album photos des créations est très prometteur, allez y faire un tour ! Editelles ont été adoptées toutes les deux !

Underbust Corset Pattern Tutorial So here it is at last, the under bust pattern tutorial! At one moment in the making of this tutorial my portable hard drive crashed and all the data for this tutorial was lost with it, I was almost done with it all it was just a matter of putting the text and the pictures together, I had a pdf version of it, on Swedish which was in one way a good thing but it was not totally finished and had a few things that needed to be fixed in the Illustrator made diagrams that were lost. It kind of killed me to loose all my data, so I kind of gave up on it all but yesterday I had some luck with the hard drive and managed to save the files needed for this tutorial. I was beyond thrilled! So I present to you all the under bust corset pattern tutorial! The biggest prejudices about corsets are that they are really uncomfortable to wear and that one cannot breath properly in them, this of course is all wrong. The measurements needed: (or were you want the bottom part of the corset to be) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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