A modern underbust corset pattern by Sew Curvy. This pattern is the pattern we use in our classes. It has a modern hourglass shape, with a dramatic nip at the waist and 6 panels each side.
Multi size and with full instructions. There's a kit to make this corset, including printed pattern, available here. The Sew Curvy Corset kit also includes pre-cut steel bones, busk, half a metre of fabric, lacing, boning tape, binding and eyelets.
The pre-cut bone sizes required to make the corset are: 21cm x 4 flat, 21cm x 4 spiral, 23cm x 4 spiral, 24cm x 2 spiral. Busk is 10" standard.
Because the corset bones in this kit are pre-cut, it makes assembly super easy. This is therefore the easiest corsetry kit for absolute beginners.
This Sew Curvy underbust corset pattern is distributed in print format on a single piece of sturdy A0 paper which means that it can be traced with ease and used many times. If required, the pattern instructions can be cut page by page to make the whole sheet less cumbersome.
Here is a picture of one of my classes all wearing their own made Sophia's. For more pictures, please click here and watch the slide-show!
Comes with free flossing template and 5% off voucher for future supplies.
By purchasing the Sew Curvy Corset pattern you agree to terms and conditions as follows:
The Sophia underbust corset pattern is copyright Sew Curvy/Julia Bremble. You may not copy, publish or re-sell or re-distribute it in any format.
The Sophia underbust pattern carries a licence to make 10 garments. Please purchase a new pattern for your next 10 garments. By purchasing a licence for each 10 garments made, you are supporting small businesses and independant artists. (If you are making the corset for sale, please let me know as I'd be delighted to promote your brand.)
Please do not copy or share the pattern with others. Your Sophia corset pattern is for your personal use only.
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Make a pattern based upon a 3d design or drawing/photo of another person's design (ie. reverse engineering). This is likely to be considered a breach of copyright.
Copy the pattern to share with others or sell unless you know that pattern is copyright free.
Make a slight change to the pattern and then claim it is no longer the original pattern so you can do what you want with it.