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Elizabethan Tabbed Corset of Canvas

Added Jul 7, 2009

by thethreadmage

Charlottesville,...

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Description

I made this using my own finagling. There really aren’t enough extant corsets of the period and region left for any one pattern to be accurate, anyway.
Also, in the photos I am wearing a petticoat from the American Civil War period. Ignore the inaccuracy if you can, I just wanted to show how the tabs would behave above a farthingale. It is fully boned over every single square inch using approx. 40 yards of boning

Material Notes

pink cotton canvas, white cotton bias, steel grommets, black cotton ribbon, plastic 1/2" boning

Difficulty

Expert

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Lingerie/Undergarments

Credits

Myself. Bwahahaha!

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    Oct 12, 2009, 02.15 PMby reggiebaby

    this is brilliant! Im just starting a corsetry module at uni and hoping mine will come out just as good as yours! I just love the old styles of corsets, keep up the good work.

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    Aug 12, 2009, 07.51 PMby badkitty-1

    This is beautiful.

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    Jul 11, 2009, 02.13 PMby themisstress

    WOW. I make alot of corsets, and so I know exactley how much work this really is! You’ve done an amazing job, you should be extreamley proud of yourself!!!

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    Jul 8, 2009, 03.12 PMby sarahuk4

    GORGEOUS! STUNNING! love it!

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    Jul 8, 2009, 10.19 AMby hajnika

    Beautiful colours and creation!I like the back of corset,it’s very interesting

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    Jul 8, 2009, 09.24 AMby thethreadmage

    dinkley101: No, I find it is more comfortable because the weight is distributed evenly instead of just at a few points. I guess it feels more like an exoskeleton than clothing.

    crlt: I suppose you mean bones? I have no idea how many; Some of them are just an inch long, others more like 28 inches. It’s so many, though.

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    Jul 8, 2009, 06.52 AMby crlt

    I love corsets and yours is really beautiful!!!! how many stiffeners did you put in it?? stiffeners… is it right in english

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    Jul 8, 2009, 01.55 AMby Shalyn McFaul

    Amazing! I love corsets and I love this one!

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    Jul 7, 2009, 09.24 PMby katrina613

    This is fabulous!! I am basically in love with corsets!

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    Jul 7, 2009, 08.22 PMby dinkley101

    Wow, nice construction! being fully boned is it hard to wear?

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