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Replacement corset laces made from extremely strong nylon paracord in your choice of black, red, or white. Each is individually hand made to your desired length (check out our lace length blog). These laces come professionally tipped to prevent fraying. Order in one yard increments with a minimum of 4 yards.




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Regardless of which type of satin ribbon you use, if your grommets have splits, they will catch on the ribbon and cause fraying and scarring, which eventually leads to weakness and your ribbon may break after months of regular use. Fortunately, ribbon is easily sourced and laces are easy to replace.


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It really depends on the waist reduction needed most corsets take 5inches off the waist but some can take 8inches. The more lace/ribbon the more corset stretches out and the larger the gap the corset starts with during tightlacing , this is also useful for people loosing weight that way they can size down by lacing tighter and closing the gap rather than replacing the whole corset.


Uneven corset laces are a problem many corset wearers encounter. Though it's not a huge issue, it can be a minor annoyance, making laces harder to tuck in and generally creating a messier appearance. Often, the laces will end up uneven because the wearer tends to pull on one side more firmly during the lacing and/or unlacing process. Or, the corset may simply have been laced up unevenly by the maker. Luckily it's something that can be easily and quickly fixed in just a minute or two. If you lace yourself into your corsets, start by putting your corset on a pillow. If you have the assistance of a partner or lady's maid, they can make the adjustment at the beginning of lacing you in, just after the busk is fastened but before tightening at all.


From the longer side, start moving the slack upwards. A properly laced corset should have an inverted waist loop, so the bottom of the loop leads into the top portion of the lacing. Take all the slack up to the next cross over until your waist loops are the same length.


Follow the path of the lacing on that side all the way up to the top. You'll notice that the lacing is tied off at the bottom; the knot there keeps the bottom half of the lacing fairly stable, which is why we are only messing with the top lacing. You can generally skip about every other grommet, which makes it easy to keep an eye on which piece of ribbon to pull. For example, with this lacing pattern, I am always grabbing the ribbon on the outside of the corset that angles up to the left.


Marianne Faulkner is the designer of Pop Antique, a clothing and corsetry line specializing in sustainable materials and comfortable curves. She is based in San Francisco where she earned her MFA in fashion design at the Academy of Art University, and has been a columnist at The Lingerie Addict since 2011.


Corsets were made from a stout fabric, with bone or metal inserts. Fastening at the front with hooks, the back closed with adjustable laces. Metal eyelets for corset lacing were introduced in France in 1828. This technical innovation allowed the waist to be tightly constricted, sometimes as far as 17 inches creating the fashionable hourglass figure popular during the 19th century.


Pull on the waist loop until snug. The important thing to remember is that the top half of the corset ribbons are connected to the bottom half of the waist loop and visa versa. Repeat the same process, working the loose laces up from the bottom to the waist.


A new "From the Archives" series will be published every Wednesday and Saturday from 25 February 2023, until 26 March 2023, and these posts will contain 'old' information on corset making which will be updated for the revamped Learn Corset Making information portal whereever that may be.


Sew Curvy corset lacing is specially made for Sew Curvy in a British Factory. It 100% cotton and woven in a flat tube 7mm wide. This flat tubular weave provides maximum strength and durability. Sew Curvy lacing is used by the world famous Cirque du Soleil for their trapeze artists' costumes - they like it because it is strong, yet flexible and soft.


Because the lacing is cotton, it can easily be dyed to match the colour of your corset. There are instructions on how to do this in the Tutorials section of the website. Try using tea or green tea to dye your laces a 'natural' colour.I do not supply finished laces, that is to say, with metal ends in given lengths. Why? Because those laces are exactly the same, but cost at least three times as much. However I do supply it either by the metre, or in a whole roll of 100m. Continuous lacing is economical. Ends can be finished with a knot - which will be invisible when your corset is laced, or you can whip the ends with embroidery floss or stitch on special cord ends or aglets.For corsets, you only need one length of lacing which is tied in the middle via 'bunny ears'. I would recommend 4m for a short underbust corset, and up to 7m for a long overbust.


Just like the rest of the corsetière's figure-flattering pieces, this satin-lace bustier top is destined to accentuate your frame with its slimming boning and sweetheart neckline. Its see-through corded lace bodice will be the perfect sultry complement to any of your evening bottoms.


The cotton from which this product is made will help you tighten your corset adequately, resisting wear and tear and preventing the lace from slipping, enabling you to create the silhouette of your dreams.


This particular cord is sold by the meter, thereby allowing you to create the lace in the length you prefer, to fit all types of corsets or waist cinchers. You can finish the ends with lace tips, available in various colors, and the corresponding crimping tool.


In addition to your vintage period corsets, you can use this lace for a variety of sewing projects. For example, you can use it for sportswear, such as sweatshirts or sweatpants, or to create the lacing for your cosplay costume that you are working on.


The Waist Reduction rating is the maximum waist reduction achievable of the corset. Just because a corset is rated to a 4 or 5" waist reduction doesn't mean you have to wear them that tightly, you have the choice between comfort & control.


Our selection of sturdy cotton laces will keep your corset laced tight and hold historical costumes firmly in place. Got something else in mind? Our laces and cords can find any number of applications in your sewing and creative projects.


100% Cotton lacing cut in a 5 yard length with pre-tipped metal ends. When unstretched, the width is about 3/8" wide (10mm), but when stretched it's closer to 1/4" (7mm) wide. As noted on the colors below, some have silver-colored tips, some are gold-colored, and the black has black tips. We also have OLANA laces in a 4 yard length in other colors. The colors match our ODETTE double-faced herringbone weave coutil fabric and ONIKA prussian tape.Quantity Pricing on this item is regardless of color. So for example, 10 laces in one color or one lace of 10 different colors are both eligible for a quantity discount.


One of the biggest issues with generic corsets is that there is no way that they can cater for all body types, even with a wide range of sizes.When you order a made to measure corset, you will ensure that you will achieve the best possible fit for your body shape because it will be crafted to your exact measurements


Waist trainers are one of the complete and safe when it is worn properly, that not only train your waist for an hourglass figure but also helpful for controlling back pain due to injuries or minor accidents as well as corrects your body posture while sitting and standing. With so many advantages, the waist trainer corset is necessary to have in every woman's closet.


Beautiful and timeless, the Clyde Formal Crepe Corset Lace Mermaid dress enhances your curves on her flattering, strapless corset-style bodice with flexible boning and a romantic lace insert mermaid skirt. She's composed of a crepe-lined fabric with a minimal stretch. Perfect for styling with a satin clutch and statement earrings for prom.


Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as first dc). LDC in the next 41 sts. You may also alter the length or adjust the placement of the corset backing, if your coat is longer or you want a higher cinch. Be sure to check that your placement is correct for your height / garment length before proceeding.


I know this old and the world has changed drastically, but I really hope to see updates still coming. With the addition of the corset back, there is really no need for a belt, but POCKETS would make it perfect.


Our fantasy couture gowns and corsets are made of quality hand selected materials. Our corsets are made of authentic steel boning and meant for durable shaping. Each item is lovingingly hand crafted by the designer with exceptional standards and materials and a little bit of faerie magick.


If you've never worn a corset before, or if you've only bought corsets and waist cinchers from other brands, you may be scratching your head when it comes to shopping with us... You may be wondering, "which size will really fit best?" or "should I choose my regular dress size?" or "what if I pick the wrong one?"


If you're unsure about your corset size, please read ahead! We get these questions all the time, so you're not alone! It can be a tricky to sort through all of the available sizes alone, so this guide will help you to find the right size easily and without having to worry about returns. 041b061a72


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