This corset it the Angel Underbust pattern from Scarlett! Don’t you just love those lines! This is my first corset with hip gores 🙂 And I love it!
Now I must admit that I didn’t make a mock up of this (I know it’s shameful!) and it turned out a little too big, but it’s actually nice to have a corset that I can do all the way up and it’s not too squeezing! Otherwise I love the shaping of this corset- I’ll just make a smaller size next time 🙂 There will be a next time!
Karin showed me this corset in person this week- and WOW! This was her first experiment in pattern matching on corsets with this beautiful crane and floral corset. How stunning is this!
I heard from Karin that the best way to pattern match is with wine, after three glasses of wine, everything lines up! I’ll have to try her technique in the future!
Next we have two pretty sets from Emma of A Hand Stitched Life:
Emma made these using the Watson from Cloth Habit, and the Jasime Bralette, Grace and Betty panties from Ohhh Lulu. How gorgeous are these! I love that colour blocking!
Fantastic choice of fabric too- Emma used this mini-sequin fabric along with velvet- how luxurious! Love it! Make sure you head over to Emma’s blog to see her post about these lovelies!
Next we have a very lovely bra from new contributor Karen!
Karen made this using the Marlborough pattern from Orange Lingerie, using apple green silk dupion, lace and hot pink elastics!
What a beautiful colour combination! This is so stunning! It’s also lined with cotton voile, and the back band is hot pink to continue the theme! Love it! Thanks for the submission Karen!
Next we have a dazzling bra from another new contributor Rachel!
Rachel made this bra using the Shelley Pattern from Pin-Up Girls. She used a duoplex inner layer, covered in a stretch sparkle outer layer!
What a fun bra! I love the colours, and it really catches the light! Fantastic! Thanks for the submission Rachel!
Next we have a beautiful corset submission from Maddy of Miss Maddy Sews!
Maddy made this corset using the 1703 corset pattern from the corset making compendium from Scarlett. She made this historical corset for her sister! What a great sister!
This was Maddy’s first corset- and what a fantastic introduction to corset making! And as ever- the economical Maddy- managed to make this corset for $30- an incredible feat on it’s own!
And last but not least we have a gorgeous corset submission from Lauriana of Petit Main Sauvage!
Lauriana made this pattern using Scarlett’s corset belt pattern and leather! WOW! Loving the leather!
Lauriana mentioned that this is reminding her of the addictive nature of corset making- and I must agree!! It’s amazing!
Another spectacular week! You never disappoint! 🙂 🙂 And I can’t believe it’s already week 3 of corsets! oh my!
Don’t forget to check out the Pinterest board and if you’re on Instagram and posting your lovely makes- don’t forget to add in #braaweek or #corsetoctober !!
You can go here to grab a challenge button and don’t forget to send your bra for next week to email@example.com by Friday for the next Sunday post!!
I’ve got a pretty crazy week ahead of me with the fabulous Mrs.Weaver here in Calgary! If you would like to follow all of our happenings this week make sure to follow us on instagram! @mrsweaversfinest & @theemeraldstudio and you can also follow our hashtag #emeraldweaverproject!
Hope you’re all having a lovely Sunday!