Thursday, October 05, 2006

Underbust Corset

There used to be a very detailed and involved photo and text tutorial on how to make an underbust corset using partially recycled materials here.

I used to have no hair at all

I deleted it because many people used my pattern and didn't credit me, tell me, link to me, wholesale ripped off my pattern and claimed they made it up, etc.

Remember, crafters, give credit where credit is due especially when people share free patterns.
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Another update:

Fine fine, if you go and join craftster.org you can view the pattern here:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=122286.0

Please leave a comment when you do, and post a picture of your finished corset.

Don't ever say I never did nuthin' for ya'

Club Suicide at the Dragonfly, Dec. 6

16 comments:

aiar said...

This is a great tutorial and what an innovative idea for "boning"! I'm imgagining all sorts of industrial corset possibilities...

OT, but it must be said: you are stunningly beautiful.

Ketutar said...

I agree with aiar.
This is a great tutorial, I'm impressed and inspired by your solution to bones and you are stunningly beautiful :-)

Laurie Dolan White said...

wow wow wow! amazing idea to recycle containers. Tutorial is awesome. I'm going to use this for part of my hallowe'en costume
thank you~laurie

Heather said...

This is just the tutorial I was looking for!! Very clear and inspiring. To hell with everything else I was going to do this weekend - I must make a corset. Gorgeous photo too.

LilyBamboo said...

Great tutorial! Definitely will add to my long list of things to make.

Diana Buhigas said...

I've heard of some people on the net that you had a really good tutorial on how to make underburst corsets, but I see you've removed it. I was hoping to get in contact with you in some way for if you could tell me some directions on how to do one, or tell me where I can go to look for info.

Anonymous said...

great corset,well done

Anonymous said...

This person has a mirror of your pattern and idea.

http://darkdiy.blogspot.com/2008/01/sexy-underbust-corset.html

Thank you for actually creating this DIY guide.

Kaydeej said...

Oh dear, I am so sorry that I missed what sounded like a great tutorial. I am trying to learn and can use all the help I can get.
Thank you for at least posting it for others and I understand your reasons.

Gothseduction said...

greetings bruxist im Paola from the Phil,your site regarding how to make corset was linked by ultharkitty.it helped me in making my corset,though she made some revisions.im really saddened by the fact some own your ideas on corset making.i hope to have a copy of your corset making patterns,il proudly link you and tell everyone where i got the great corset patterns from you XoXo

Tracy said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial.. it was the easiest to understand. I am making one for my daughters halloween costume and will post a picture on craftster onces Its all done. She is has a pear shape so I had to makes some adjustments to the pattern but alls well that ends well. Again thanks for making it seem easy.

Anonymous said...

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cheers
edit: wrong thread,

Anonymous said...

Hello:) I am using this pattern you put up on craftster. WIll post a photo asap, thank you:)

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! This is a great resource (I'll use it first for a Steampunk costume) - you rock!

~ Chance

Rose H. said...

It's a shame you removed the pattern for others to use. Legally, it is nearly impossible to copyright any type of clothing pattern so the moment you created the pattern others had the legal right to reproduce it without crediting you. Original logos are another matter, however.

Sasha said...

I am using this pattern for a lion tamer costume i am making for halloween ! i will for sure post photos! thank you so much!!!!!! muah