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Reversible Corset Vest pattern and tutorial by Sindeon Reversible Corset Vest pattern and tutorial by Sindeon
My new project - corsets for the girls! Making it is pretty simple:
- there are only 3 pieces - front, back and neck.
- you have to cut 4 pieces of the back and 4 pieces of the front
- it looks 'clean' (no sewing lines) on both sides, so it is completely reversible!

Creating the no-sew style:
- just put two front pieces on each other (the nice side on the inside) and sew it where I drew the dashed line. Then turn it inside out. Repeat it with the other two fronts.
- the back one is a little bit tricker: sew together two backs on the spine line, the other two again, as long as you want (I did it until my waist line). Instead of this, you can just fold the back piece (cutting out two pieces instead of four), but then it does not open up on the bottom.
- cut out the neck piece, fold it in half, sew it where I drew the dashed line. The fourth, not clean edge goes inside the back pieces - now sew the back pieces along the dashed line.
- now put it together on the sides - I simply tucked the side of the back inside the side of the front piece.

At the end, put the metal holes in the front, and on the shoulders, and tie it with a nice lacing.

It took me about 3 hours, including figuring out the pattern (I drew the pattern on tracing paper, then took a photo and traced it just for you guys, it is in scale). You can print the pattern by resizing it if you want - for me, the straight back line was 80 cm (31,5 inch).

I want to do another one, which would be different color on the inside and on the outside. This way you would have two corsets :) I just dont know yet how to handle the neck, because if it is different color inside and outside, you could always tell its a double color corset. Maybe I dont make a neck for that one. Actually, once this was a curtain.
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:iconbernalie:
Bernalie Featured By Owner 7 hours ago
can you please send me the pattern? bernadette.wersinger@gmail.com
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Zylia-Zylen Featured By Owner 16 hours ago
I am interested in the pattern for myself, if possible please? toni521@comcast.net
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Sindeon Featured By Owner 12 hours ago
Done, I sent it to you! 
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lesliemichelle65 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member
i would love to have the pdf pattern if you don't mind sending it to me i would be the bestest aunt cause my niece would love for me to make this for her... i have been sewing for 30 plus years and i could alter the pattern to fit her ... i just need the basic pattern
just let me know if this is possible

email me at   lesliemichelle65@yahoo.com
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Sindeon Featured By Owner 5 days ago
I just sent it to you :) I hope it helps, if you need anything let me know. 
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cuddleypanda Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014
how long are all the pieces? it doesnt say.
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Sindeon Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014
I made this pattern to scale, so there is only one dimension - the back line is 80 cm. However, the best way to do it is to measure yourself, and adjust the sizes on a trial textile or on paper. If you need, drop me an email and I can send it to you in .pdf, in 1:1 scale. However, it wont help you much - this is my size, and it might not even fit you. Just copy the general shape on a paper and try it on - redraw if necessary. 
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Lionesshunter Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
oh nice! any recommended fabric type?
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Sindeon Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014
I would use something heavy like brocade or velvet, but it does not really matter. The only thing is, dont use anything flexible - the pattern does not need flexibility. 
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Lionesshunter Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks 
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