Corset making tools

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Boning cutter for steel bones (001239)

Boning cutter tool for steel bones, sized 190 mm. Hardened jaws can cut bones up to 9 mm width and s..

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Matrix to install grommets for press TEP-2 (5 mm) (001257)

Matrix to install grommets for press TEP-2, size of grommets is 5 mm...

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Universal hand press for accessories, TEP-2 (001256) Universal hand press for accessories, TEP-2 (001256)

Universal hand press for accessories, TEP-2 (001256)

Light aluminum TEP-2 Hand press is a universal device so that many accessories such as eyelets, ri..

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Corset making tools

Corsets have been a staple in fashion for centuries, and they continue to be a popular garment for both fashion and function. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced corset maker, having the right tools is essential for creating a well-constructed and comfortable corset. In this article, we will discuss the essential tools for crafting corsets to help you create your own beautiful and functional corsets.

Corset Boning

Corset boning is the backbone of any corset. It provides structure and support to the garment, helping to create the desired shape and silhouette. There are several types of boning that can be used in corset making, including steel, spiral steel, and synthetic whalebone. Each type has its own benefits and drawbacks, so it is important to research and choose the best option for your specific corset project.

Corset Patterns

Having a well-fitting and accurate corset pattern is crucial for creating a successful corset. There are many different corset patterns available, ranging from historical patterns to modern designs. It is important to choose a pattern that fits your body type and desired style. Some popular corset pattern brands include Laughing Moon Mercantile, Truly Victorian, and Simplicity.

Corset making tools

In addition to boning and patterns, there are several other tools that are essential for corset making. These include:

  • Fabric scissors: A sharp pair of fabric scissors is necessary for cutting out your corset pieces accurately.
  • Sewing machine: While it is possible to hand-sew a corset, using a sewing machine will save you time and effort.
  • Ruler or measuring tape: Precise measurements are crucial for creating a well-fitting corset, so having a ruler or measuring tape is essential.
  • Awl: An awl is a pointed tool used for making holes in fabric, which is necessary for inserting boning and creating eyelets for lacing.
  • Eyelet setter: This tool is used to secure eyelets in the fabric for lacing.
  • Tailor’s chalk: This chalk is used for marking fabric and making adjustments to the corset pattern.
  • Seam ripper: Mistakes happen, and a seam ripper is a handy tool for undoing stitches and fixing errors.
  • Boning cutter: tool for cutting spiral steel bones or flat steel bones

Corset lacing

The lacing of a corset is not only functional but also adds to the aesthetic of the garment. There are several types of lacing that can be used, including ribbon, cord, and flat lacing. Each type has its own benefits and can be chosen based on personal preference and the style of the corset.

Corset embellishments

While not essential, embellishments can add a unique touch to your corset. These can include lace, trims, beads, and embroidery. When choosing embellishments, it is important to consider the overall design and style of the corset to ensure they complement each other.

By having these essential tools for crafting corsets, you will be well on your way to creating beautiful and well-constructed corsets. Remember to always research and choose the best materials and tools for your specific project, and don't be afraid to experiment and add your own personal touch to your corsets. Happy corset making!

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