This IS a horrible tease of a post, but omg, you're researching/working with one of my absolute favorite time periods! Really looking forward to seeing where you're going with this! :)
Hem. I'm a person who randomly saw this off of someone else's blog, and Pinterest, probably. The whole costume community is like a web within the Web. I am an Amorette who hangs around the Sewing Academy, if you've heard of it.Could you tell me what the books are in the photo (I know the upper right corner one, but not the rest)? I am very interested in finding patterns and information on historical corsets.
The internet sewing community is a pretty amazing web, isn't it?Top left- The KCI Fashion bookTop right- Costume in DetailMiddle left- Jill Salen's CorsetsMiddle right- Fashioning FashionBottom left- Waisted EffortsBottom right- Corset & CrinolinesI find that Corsets, Waisted Efforts and Corsets & Crinolines are the ones that talk in detail about corsets, while the rest are more involved with overall fashion.
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