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In Part 2 of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it& time to whip stitch the seam allowances.

Rococo Atelier: 18th century stays - tutorial - part 3 lacing holes

Rococo Atelier: century stays - tutorial - part 3 lacing holes

In Part 2  of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances...

In Part 2 of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances.

Rococo Atelier

In Part 2 of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances.

Rococo Atelier

In Part 2 of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances.

In Part 2  of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances...

In Part 2 of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances.

Fully boned 1740. Historical costuming and vintage sewing projects, with dress diaries and research on period dress from the 16th to the 20th century.

Fully boned Historical costuming and vintage sewing projects, with dress diaries and research on period dress from the to the century.

Part three -  In Part 2  of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances...

In Part 2 of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances.

Excellent and free 18th century corset pattern. Intermediate sewing skills with prior experience in making corsets. No instructions.

Excellent and free century corset pattern. Intermediate sewing skills with prior experience in making corsets. No instructions.

In Part 2 of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances...

In Part 2 of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances.

Rococo Atelier

In Part 2 of this tutorial we got to a point where your stay pieces were joined together. Now it's time to whip stitch the seam allowances.

And from there divide everything into three and reorganise it to create three pieces.

problems in constructing a corset for a large bust

Lighter and Slightly boned stays

The Necessary Bones

and century corset construction employed the use of patterns. As the wasp waist become more prevalent during the century corsets were cut specifically to the female figure and were …

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