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Its been a busy start to 2016 after a very busy end to 2015!  For many years we've been trying to source the popular rosebud coutil that many makers favour for making historical corsetry or sleek underwear.  Late in the year we found the mill !

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The rosebud coutil comes in five colours currently. 

Black with champagne roses
Black with silver roses
Black with red roses
Ivory with gold roses
Ivory with ivory roses (damask)

This coutil can be used on its own to make a very sturdy single layer corset good for underwear and suitable for everything from bridal to boudior!  I like to use it to make co-ordinating bone channels too.

 

Gold plated busk fastners go so beautifully with our gold eyelets.

These are currently in three sizes

10" (25cm)
12" (30cm)
14" (33cm)

They look amazing with the ivory and gold rosebud coutil.  Our gold eyelets now come in two sizes and four formats.

4mm in kits or loose
5mm in kits or loose

The new black spot broche with red spots is to die for!

It's much stiffer than the other spot broche coutils because it comes from a different mill.  In the spring time we have asked the factory to ensure they put some of the new colourway aside for us.  Black with purple spots!

This is also good for single layer corsetry or you can use it with a lining for an extra smooth and luxurious finish.

 

 

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Super Duper!

The pretty rosebud coutils are available by the metre or half metre or as part of our new 'Super Duper Corset Kit'.  This kit is a superb starting point for beginners to corsetry and includes all the tools and materials you will need to make a Sophia Underbust Corset. 

Click here to see our other corset kits!

design tip

Use our new Prym bias binding makers with coutil to make matching bone channels for your corsets!!  These Prym bias makers have a wider nose which means you can work with thicker fabrics.  Our Sew Easy bias binding makers are better for delicate fabrics such as silk.
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