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Laced and laid flat in a drawer This is perhaps the simplest and most obvious solution. Between wearings, tighten the laces on your corset until its gap is fully closed.
Put one of the busk loops behind the stud side of the busk while fastening the others like normal; the tension will keep the busk from opening itself. Tie off the excess lacing into a bow and then pull it straight up, tucking it inside the corset at the center back. Lay your corset flat in a drawer, stacking your collection but being careful not to place anything adjacent to a delicate fabric such as a lace overlay that might snag it including the busk of another corset.
You may also fold your corsets in thirds if your drawer is the wrong proportion for them to lay flat. Depending on the shape distribution and boning pattern, some corsets may not fold well. Alternatively, you can place them semi-upright in a bin instead of flat in a drawer. Placing one of the busk loops inside the corset will keep the busk fastened for storage.
Corsets laced shut, folded, and stored semi-upright in a bin at Dark Garden Unique Corsetry. Rolled up and stored in a drawer or bin With your corset unlaced, roll your corset up around itself, starting with the stud side of the busk and leaving the fashion fabric facing outwards. When you get to the lacing gap, keep rolling, but make sure you catch the ribbon loops at that point. If you are concerned about your fabric getting dirty or abraded white corsets, lace overlays, rhinestone detailing, etc.
Hanging from its laces on a hanger This is how most of my corsets are stored. Use a sturdy hanger, as the weight of the corset can cause bowing or drooping. I like to use tiered slack hangers , as closet space is at a high premium for me. The boning pattern makes no difference with this method; however, protecting more fragile fabrics is less straightforward. I like to store my corsets hanging from their laces on a tiered slacks hanger. Laced closed and hanging facing out Using the busk trick from the first storage method, lace your corset fully shut and tie off the waist loops.
You can tuck the bow into the top of the corset as above, or wrap it around the neck of your hanger. Pin through both layers of ribbon on the cut end to the lining of your corset at the side seam to create your own hanger loops. If your corset is too wide to hang well this way, try pinning the ribbon ends separately to front and back, like a spaghetti strap closer to the princess line.
Use a skirt hanger, protecting your fabric from the grips with padding made from scraps of fabric or wider ribbon, such as a soft cotton twill. Try not to use the padding pieces each time you unclip your corset!
This method works best for corsets that are roughly the same height all the way across; less well for sweetheart and low-back styles, particularly in larger sizes.
This will create a nice boutique-like feel, particularly if you use high quality, matching hangers. Corsets clipped to skirt hangers, with padding protecting their fabric from the clips.
Dark Garden Unique Corsetry. Follow the directions to hang a corset laced shut, and choose an attractive hanger such as these padded hangers from which to hang it. Then, find a frame that is large enough for the corset and the hanger both.
This is not a long-term storage solution. If a customer supplies a personal bra it can be fitted into the garment. Rubber Corset This is constructed in 1. There is a double front panel for extra control and the corset is fully taped to accentuate the waistline. It comes only in cream, red or black rubber. Ashley models red rubber corset ; photo by Jeanette Vonier. Leg Corset This corset comes just under the chest to knee length with front busk, and back and inner thigh lacings.
Spiral boning is used full length for comfort. Garter straps are optional. Elastic gussets can be fitted. Front view of Leg Corset in pink satin. Ann is wearing a Lily Corset made by Mr. Garrod wears a red satin corset cummerbund. Overbust gold brocade Lily.
Garrod's corsets were constructed in cotton-backed satin unless otherwise indicated. They were fully lined in cotton twill, or alternatively when requested, in satin, are flat or spiral boned, were typically grommeted in brass, and unless style indicated otherwise, were laced in back with sturdy lacing and included a front busk and 1" underbusk.
Clients could request a wide or standard front busk width. Corsets came with a boned back lacing protector and included three detachable simple garters without ribbons per leg. Customer fabric could be provided with advance approval but Mr.
Garrod's English fabrics could rarely be paralled in terms of quality and durability. Additional fees for customer fabric might have been necessary for extra lining or interfacing, or other. Lightweight materials such as silk and nylon were rarely satisfactory, and Mr. Garrod was a stickler for quality plus comfort in his elegant creations.
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