TV492 1890's Victorian Corselets Pattern


TV492 1890\'s Victorian Corselets Pattern
AUD$17.00 per unit

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Designed to be worn on the outside, similar to a wide belt, and shaped to fit snug to the body. This pattern contains two corselets, one tall and one short. Both extend below the waist a few inches and have points in front and back. They both lace at the centre back.

The short corset is 10cm (4") wide at the side and 20cm (8") centre front and back. The tall corset is 15cm (6") wide at the sides and 24cm (9 1/2") at the front and back. Fully boned, this corselet will retain the perfect shape through extended wear. They can fit with or without a bustle.

The corselets are perfect for wear with a blouse, to keep the trim waistline. They were very popular in the 1890's, but also are seen in the 1880's. Wear under an Eton Jacket for a very fashionable look.

Truly Victorian patterns are printed on paper (not tissue) and come with full instructions. This pattern is multi-sized (waist sizes 51cm - 112cm).

 

Sizing Information:
All the sizes are included, as given below.

Waist

51 (20")

56 (22")

61 (24")

66 (26")

71 (28")

76 (30")

81 (32")

86 (34")

91 (36")

97 (38")

102 (40")

107 (42")

112 (44")

Hip

81 (32")

86 (34")

91 (36")

97 (38")

102 (40")

107 (42")

112 (44")

117 (46")

122 (48")

127 (50")

132 (52")

137 (54")

137 (54")

 

Material Required:

 

51cm - 76cm waist

81cm - 112cm waist

Fabric 115cm (45") wide

0.30m (1/3 yards)

0.60m (2/3 yards)

Fabric 150cm (60") wide

0.30m (1/3 yards)

0.30m (1/3 yards)

Lining

0.60m (2/3 yards)

0.90m (1 yard)

 

Suggested fabrics:
twill, velvet, silk, brocade, etc. Broadcloth for lining.

 

Notions:
12-16 eyelets
1.8m (2 yards) lacing
2 metres uncut length of 6mm spring steel boning

OR

6mm (1/4") wide spring steel stays (bones) in the following lengths:

Short Corselet Tall Corselet

3 x 20cm (8")
2 x 10cm (4")
4 x 13cm (5")

3 x 24cm (9 1/2")
2 x 15cm (6")
4 x 17cm (6 1/2")

 


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