|This was maybe the third corset I ever made. Modelled by moi!|
It's the Laughing Moon Dore pattern
Those interesting bits, are now here. And the boring domestic bits are still on the old blog. I've edited the titles and on some posts i've put "edits from the future" because it's funny how things turn out sometimes.
|The old blog. I still have designs on vintage style but they are corset-centric now|
Everything from this point on will be new musings concentrated on corsetry and couture. I've come a bit of a way since the first post here! I've got a thriving online haberdashery shop which is in it's 6th year of business, specialising in corset making components, I've founded an International Conference, with it's it's third year nearly booked out already, and I've been teaching corsetry for the last 5 years in and around Oxford, but over the last three years, from my woodland studio in West Oxfordshire. I've had students come from all over the world to learn corsetry with me and have just launched The Oxford School of Corsetry, the only school dedicated entirely to the art of corset making in the whole wide world! You can read about some of my journey in the past posts here, and I hope you enjoy reading about the further adventures of Sew Curvy and all it's bits in the future!
|The last corset I made for Oxford Conference of Corsetry. |
This is the Pearls of Wisdom Corset and was inspired by the Fellows Library at Jesus College
modelled by Liv Free and photographed by Scott Chalmers