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'Sweet Heather' corset

Added Oct 26, 2009

by missglamourpuss

Sydney, Australia






Glamour Advocate ‘Sweet Heather’ corset
A tudor style made to measure corset. 26 individual (plastic) bones, through stitched boning channels, ivory satin ribbon detailing and lacing in the back.

Took 26 hrs and countless chipped nails.




Garment Type
Classic, Evening Wear, Romantic, Victorian, Vintage

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    Nov 18, 2009, 05.10 PMby sew-fabulous

    Thank you for the information about where to find a corest patter generator and other important information. I have not made one myself.. a little intimidated to be honest. But would love to and a long skirt. My boyfriend is taking me to Atlanta for New Years.. and we are supposed to be going somewhere elegant. Would love to be able to make something to wear. Looking into ideas, your costume you made this with is absolutely stunning..

    very impressive!

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    Nov 11, 2009, 12.46 PMby badkitty-1

    This is really lovely. x

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    Oct 31, 2009, 02.21 PMby styles

    What a lot of work! Great.

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    Oct 29, 2009, 05.17 PMby goldilox

    Whenever you feel brave enough you should attempt to…. btw i LOVE your blog!

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      Oct 29, 2009, 08.09 PMby missglamourpuss

      Thanks sweetie :)

      I’ll see how I go with my next few corsets and see if I am game enough to take it on ;)

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    Oct 28, 2009, 10.55 PMby sandyshadow

    very cute

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    Oct 28, 2009, 07.55 PMby goldilox

    This is gorgeous. You should add a tutorial or a pattern i would love to try this. I’ve added boning to garments but this would be a true test.

    Are there any sites i can get a basic corset pattern from?

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      Oct 28, 2009, 11.52 PMby missglamourpuss

      Thank you so much :)

      I don’t think I’d be brave enough to attempt teaching this to anyone else yet, as I’m only barely familiar with the process myself at the moment…

      I’d suggest you to ask more information from KateXXXXXX (see her comments below) as she seems to be far more familiar with sourcing/creating patterns using online tools :)

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    Oct 28, 2009, 07.52 PMby pattyrg

    Very pretty!!! Wow it would have taken me a year to do something like that!

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    Oct 28, 2009, 03.00 AMby arete999

    Very beautiful! I love the bottom line-it is gorgeous!

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    Oct 28, 2009, 12.58 AMby katexxxxxx

    Oh, I know it wasn’t a Burdastyle pattern. I’m just wondering which one you adapted. I’ve used Drea Lead’s Corset pattern generator, and I have the Margot Anderson one. I also have the Simplicity one, but I haven’t yet come across anyone who has a lot positive to say about that, so so far I haven’t done anything with it…. Seems to run large. I think there’s one in The Tudor Tailor as well… I’m in the middle of a comparison exercise using two different boning types for a couple using Drea’s generator.

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      Oct 28, 2009, 11.50 PMby missglamourpuss

      To be honest I don’t know what the base pattern for this was. They were supplied to us at the course and amended to fit our measurements.

      The boning is my own design.

      I tend to draw my patterns myself and I’m currently in progress of collating a small personal corsetry library to assist me in this.

      Sorry I can’t be more helpful :)

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    Oct 27, 2009, 12.01 PMby Ami Taf

    noooo…. rubs eyes It’s beautiful!!! I can see the details, and all the work that went into it. great job!

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    Oct 27, 2009, 09.48 AMby latulipenoire

    Yay! You did it! I was waiting to see the inspirations that came from the course and it’s great!

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    Oct 26, 2009, 07.22 PMby katexxxxxx


    Did you use a pattern for this one? If so, which pattern?

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      Oct 27, 2009, 02.52 AMby missglamourpuss

      I did not use a Burda pattern, as I attended a corsetry course and the pattern was a classic Tudor style corset pattern adapted to my measurements.

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    Oct 26, 2009, 10.28 AMby medea

    omg o.Ô this is soooo gorgeous! everything fits so perfect together, the colors, the fabric, the details like the bow… amazing. I fell in love ^^

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      Oct 27, 2009, 02.53 AMby missglamourpuss

      Thanks sweetie :)

      I’m quite happy with the result myself. I’m not 100% sure the bow will stay, as I’m contemplating making a cameo-style detailing for the front…

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    Oct 26, 2009, 08.33 AMby elyzampa

    Wonderful! It’s a really good work! ;)

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    Oct 26, 2009, 06.40 AMby akiyo

    beautiful!! great work !

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