This well-fitting Freedom Corset Pattern includes a full Corset Pattern and Underbust Corset Pattern variation. This pattern is is so-named due to the amount of design freedom you have when constructing it. Customers use either a traditional busk (giant loops and studs) for the front closing, a separating zipper (think crystal!), or no opening at all. The lace-up back is constructed with either pre-made grommet tape or you can set your own grommets (the preferred and longer lasting method). You could even use a long row of hook and eye tape. Fabrics can vary from exquisite Chinese brocades to power net – the choice is yours.
This corset uses no bone casing. A simpler method of construction is used, by stitching channels into the layers of lining and outer fabric, on the seams and in the centre of the panels. However, our customers have used pre-made bone casing or bone tubing, as well as making their own casing from the fashion fabric. You have the freedom of choice!
Most women today use a corset as fashion wear, not underwear – you will find them surprisingly comfortable. This one pattern provides you infinite design opportunities. Bust sizes 28-50 included in one envelope.
Pattern is now bi-lingual English and French…you’re welcome!
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1 metre (1 ⅛ yards) of non-stretch fabric 54″ wide for the outer layer. This could be damask, embroidered coutil, brocade, home decor fabrics or denim
0.6 metres (⅔ yard) of sturdy non-stretch lining 54″ wide such as coutil, twill, duck, denim or heavy cotton.
1 corset busk, length as suggested in the materials list. You might even choose a spoon busk.
OR…1 separating zipper if using the zipper option
1 metre (1 ⅛ yards) grommet tape if using the grommet tape option
30-40 grommets plus a grommet setting tool if setting your own grommets
5 metres (5 ½ yards) lacing cord to lace the back
Boning and Bone Casing
10-11 metres of plastic boning ¼” wide
10-11 metres of (optional) bone casing.
Posted by Roxanna on 9th Jul 2016
I love pin up girl patterns because they are so well written, this one was no exception. I am making my first ever corset and using this patterm with many tips I have gleaned from other sites. I love how Beverly suggests doing the seams, it makes the corset sound much less intimidating. Thank you for a well written pattern and beautiful design!