Today it's Time for a tutorial about my Absinthe Corset. As you can see I used the same Pattern for my Steampunk Corset Dress Mademoiselle Émeraude Steam, which is a basic 18th Century Corset Pattern.
This Tutorial shows an elaborate Corset. Patterns can be found on the Internet at Burda / Simplicity or even online shops about historical Patterns and Corsets.
Many Steps can be used for a simple Corsage. The Steps are noted with three Hearts (❤ ❤ ❤).
And now Step by Step „How to make a historical Corset":
Possibly the most detailed Instructions for Appliquè in my Blog.
The Application Technique can be used in different Ways. As shown before as a Belt, but also for overcasting Seams, Hems or for large-scale Patterns like in this Tutorial
The two other Tutorials are:
APPLIQUÈ TUTORIAL I
I've become a big Fan of Appliqués in many Years.
In this Tutorial I want to show you what you can accomplish with this simple Sewing Technique.
You can also find a similar Tutorial about this Technique used as Pattern here: BORDER TUTORIAL
Another Tutorial about Appliquè will follow also.
How difficult it always is, to get Gemstones for a Costume in the right Color, Size and Shape.
That's why I uploaded this Tutorial today:
How to make Gems Step by Step:
Today I show you how to sew a wide Border. Most Cosplayers have the Problem that our Character has a Pattern, a Braid or similar to his Clothes that are simply not exist to buy.
With this little Tutorial you have one of many Ways to solve this Problem completeley.
This Costume is from Sakizou of the Artbook "Romantic Jewels - Gentleman"
Character: Prince Emerauld
Have a look what the Border looks like:
7 years ago I started my first Sakizo Costume.
And with this Costume I would also like to start my new Section "Making of" to bring a little Life to my Blog.
Greets Prince Emerald from Sakizo Artbook "Romantic Jewels - Gentleman -"
The Idea arose with two Friends for a Masquerade.
There are two Tutorials to go with this.