Regency corset: The Mantua-Maker No. 1810-3

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5 Responses

  1. Nicole says:

    Very feminine! Do you mind sharing what patterns you’re using?

  2. laurie says:

    The pattern is what is listed in the heading of the post- The Mantua Maker No. 1810-3.

  3. Nicole says:

    Heh. I don’t read the headers, I just look at the lovely pictures! Thank you!

  4. Sarah says:

    I’ve been stopping by to admire your beautiful work and website for several months. This one caught my eye because I love the Regency and everything to do with it!! I’m so pleased to see an accomplished draper/drafter such as yourself use the Mantua-Maker pattern – that’s a real stamp of approval! One of these days I’ll make a Regency wardrobe…

  5. laurie says:

    The pattern was pretty easy to use and fit. I was fascinated with the bias of the panels. I’m sure with more experience & more research I’ll attempt to draft my own of this style in the future. As is, I found out I’m pregnant and won’t be wearing this corset! So I’m going to start researching other styles I can wear as my belly grows for under Regency dresses. I know there were other options but am not very familiar with them yet. Glad you enjoy seeing my work – makes all the time I put into my website feel worthwhile :)

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