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Learn how to make corsets

Learn How To Make Corsets 2017

26, Apr 2017
My corset course is back! This time I’ll be teaching at Sewability: a fabulous, well-equipped studio based in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. I’ll be teaching you how to create your very own beautiful fully-boned Victorian-style corset with busk [...]

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Burlesque with the Poetry Brothel in NYC

06, Jan 2016
First of all Happy New Year!! I’ve had a lovely break over the festive holidays and now back to work on my designs. I’m currently working on a corset and bustle for a burlesque dancer in Germany. I will upload…

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burlesque emerald green costume

Burlesque show girl costume corset and bustle set

22, Nov 2015
I’ve not had much chance to write any new blog posts for a long time as I have been very busy with work and life. I’m hoping to take my business down a new route soon and I will post…

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MarleneVonSteenvag

Creating a Burlesque Costume

09, Oct 2015
At the moment I’m working on a new burlesque costume for a dancer in Germany. Inspired by the costume I made for Marlene von Steenvag. The colours are deep purple satin and beautiful mint green lace. The order is for…

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Black and White Striped Bridesmaid Retro Dresses

21, Jul 2015
I’ve finally finished an order of 4 black and white striped bridesmaid dresses! I do have a 4th dress finished but I only have 3 mannequins to take photos on! My customer ordered the 4 dresses for each bridesmaid and…

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Vintage fabrics and sewing patterns from Burda

16, Jun 2015
When I was living Germany, I used to love going to markets and searching for vintage pattern magazines from the 1950’s – 1960’s. I never actually use the patterns that come included in the magazine, because the bodies of [...]

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