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Garments you can make using this technology:

Features:

  • Combination of two sewing technologies: traditional one-layer (transparent) corset + Throw-over technique.
  • Pattern with vertical front reliefs and modern round separately cut cups consisting of three parts.

Skills you gain:

  • Marking boning in separately cut cups consisting of three parts;
  • Adjusting the size of this cup;
  • A new way of treating the front part of the cup;
  • Assembling chequered pieces in the Throw-over technique;
  • Special features of cutting and assembling garment from chequered pieces of fabric.

Where to use:

  • Widely used technology for creating wedding (and evening) dresses, and also for youth fashion corsets.

 

Author: Tatiana Kozorovitsky

Total length: 5h 07m

Tutorial 2. Cutting and Sewing a Mock-up.

We have already cut and sewn mock-ups before so I assume you have already accustomed yourself to the whole procedure. I believe illustrating it with comment-free pictures should be more than enough.

I start assembling the mock-up.

I join the central piece with the intermediate one.

I topstitch the seam allowance.


And do the same thing from the other side of the corset.



Then I join the intermediate front piece with the side one.


I topstitch the seam allowance.


And I repeat the same procedure from the other side of the corset.



Next I join the side front piece with the corset back.


I topstitch the seam allowance.


And I sew the other side seam and topstitch its seam allowance.



Then I join the side back piece with the central back piece.


And I topstitch the seam allowance.


I do the same from the other side of the back.



And I start assembling the cups.









I make a stay-stitch along the rounded edge of the cup.


I fold the seam allowance inwards over the stay-stitch and secure it.



And I perform the same procedure with the second cup.

I pin the cup to the body.


And sew it in.


And I do the same with the second cup.



Then I make a stay-stitch along the top edge of the mock-up.


I fold the edge inwards over the stay-stitch and secure it.


The mock-up is ready!


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