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Posted on:2/19/09 5:14 PM
Last Updated:3/29/09 4:10 AM
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melissa sews said... (2/20/09 4:20 PM) Reply
Wow! You did an amazing job with this piece. I've never tried to do a corset, but I can imagine it was intense putting this together!
Rhonda in Montreal said... (2/20/09 2:19 PM) Reply
AWESOME!! This could be a "fashion look" too, eh!
astrogirl said... (2/20/09 1:40 PM) Reply
If you do a lot of corsets or things with laces, you might want to get a grommet/eyelet tool. A good one will do the punching too. The Dritz one is a real piece of garbage. I would recommend the Prym Vario Plus kit. I've used the heck out of mine.
Mahler said... (2/20/09 12:48 PM) Reply
Cool corset! For an intense instruction follower, I am always amazed to read the people don't use them. Nice project.
 
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