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This is a modern 12-panel over-bust 'plunge' corset pattern with a beautiful curve to accentuate your waist. Sizes (UK) 8 -20 (US 4 - 16), approx. cup size A-DD/E. Please note that if you are full-busted a plunge corset will not give great support at the top centre front and spillage at this 'plunging' area can be an issue. There are alternative cup size panels to substitute for sizes A, B, D and DD/E. INCLUDES A 25 PAGE DOCUMENT OF CORSET CONSTRUCTION NOTES!
Note – a 2’’ back gap is factored into this pattern. If you would prefer your corset to close at the back, add 1’’ (25.4mm) to the edge of each panel 6.
The corset length measures 38cm at the centre front (from the top of the bust apex) and 42cm at the back.
This pattern is drafted in AutoCAD and available as an instant download - you will need to print out on size letter (A) or A4 paper, making sure 'actual size' and 'centre the print' is ticked in your print dialogue box. Outline instructions included for making up single layer corsets.
It is recommended that you make a toile to the largest of your measurements to check the fit of the pattern – at this stage you can take in the smaller of your measurements, lengthen if need be, and transfer these amendments to your pattern to ensure a perfect fitting corset!
Please note: This pattern forms part of the four patterns featured in my Corset Collection E-book. Please note: I offered this pattern design on my Patreon membership - if you enjoy trying out lots of different corset styles at low cost check out my page https://www.patreon.com/corsetsbycaroline?ty=h and become a patron for just 5$ a month (for 9 designs per year)! All patrons also can buy previous designs for 25% of the Etsy/web listing (and no VAT/fees).
There are no restrictions on the use of this pattern - use to your heart's content. I simply ask that you don't pass on the file or use it to, say, profit from a line of ready-to-wear corsets.
Modelled by Gingerface model at the Oxford Conference of Corsetry 2015, photos by Tigz Rice studios and Caroline Woollin