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Bastardization of the 1890s corset pattern from Corsets & Crinoline with some fake 'history' and provenance.  The commentary is rubbish, but the patterns still good.     From here: http://www.staylace

1898 corset pattern for your smallest ideal corset without tight lacing. Leona what about this

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A list of free historical costume patterns including medieval, Elizabethan and Victorian patterns.

Complete Free Pattern: Ladies' Short Corset 1869 - The Ladies Treasury of Costume and Fashion

Complete Free Pattern: Ladies' Short Corset 1869 - The Ladies Treasury of Costume and Fashion DIY et patron de corset victorien

Underbust Corset Pattern | corset steampunk underbust corset part number cd 466 underbust corset. Absinthe fairy project

Steampunk Overbust Corset Steel Boned Waist Reducing Tight Lacing Corset: CD-466

The hip panels (non functional) on this one are kind of interesting. Although the cut would reduce bulk, it would also add additional difficulty in sewing (assuming the hip panels are all lined.

MHcd - A Walk in Shadows by LoveLiesBleeding2.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

MHcd - A Walk in Shadows by << the pants with skirt kind of remind me of one of Snow's OUAT outfits

Symington Corset Patterns:  The Symington collection was created by the Market Harborough company R. & W. H. Symington, which began to make corsets for fashionable Victorian ladies in the 1850s. The company eventually grew into an international concern and one of its most famous products, the Liberty Bodice, was produced for almost seventy years.  The Symington garment collection is held at the Collections Resources Centre, Barrow-on-Soar  <a href="http://www.le...

Symington Corset Patterns: The Symington collection was created by the Market Harborough company R. & W. H. Symington, which began to make corsets for fashionable Victorian ladies in the 1850s. The company eventually grew into an international concern and one of its most famous products, the Liberty Bodice, was produced for almost seventy years. The Symington garment collection is held at the Collections Resources Centre, Barrow-on-Soar <a href="http://www.le...

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I believe I have the actual pattern for this; however, I'm sure every pattern maker has a version so.

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