The Oxford Conference of Corsetry is gearing up. It is happening this weekend at Jesus College and is attended by delegates from all over the world.
I'm presenting on patterning in CAD - a one hour slot that covers the basics of creating made-to-measure corset patterns. It's basically a condensed version of my CAD manual 'Corseting the 21st century body - techniques and patterning in CAD'.
I'm hoping that attendees will bring their laptops so they can learn in real time. After a summary of how to use the basic functions I'll be using somebody's measurements to create a simple made-to-measure waspie. If I can enthuse just a few corset makers to adopt my approach, then my work is done!