How to Put a Corset Back in a Wedding Dress

by:Max Apparel     2020-06-03
Adding a corset can help you fit into your wedding dress perfectly and save you valuable money.Maybe you \'ve decided to put on your mother\'s clothes or buy one from the shelf that you think is best for your wedding.The dress works well for you to a large extent, but it doesn\'t zip up the back all the time.
Therefore, making a corset is a good and cheap solution.Bodice are also a complement to most wedding styles and body sizes.Remove the zipper on the back of the wedding dress with a seam ripper and be careful not to damage the wedding dress.
Once the zipper is removed, trim the excess zip tape with scissors and leave enough money to connect the zipper later.Make thin shoulder straps.Cut a fabric that matches the original dress fabric (bridal satin, silk, duchess satin, etc.1 inch wide, at least 12 inch long.End of vertical stitching, about 1/4-Inch from the edge.
Trim the extra seams and turn their interior-Use a quick turn out.You have a very narrow spaghetti band now.Cut the spaghetti straps into about 1/4-As the length of the cycle.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to make as many rings as you need for the entire gap on the back of the skirt.Remember to do an equal number of cycles for both sides of the opening.Trace a ready-Make the ring of the corset on paper to make the pattern sewn together.
On the drawing paper, sew a circle at a time along the middle line to make it conform to the criss-crossed partCross each other.Peel the stitched ring off the sheet.From top to bottom, fix the coil to the lower side of the dress opening.Stitch them to the edge of the fabric, leaving a tiny ring opening enough to allow the ribbon/cord to pass through comfortably later.
Remove the pin.
Do the same on the other side of the gap, ensuring that there are equal numbers of rings on both sides, and that they are at the same level as each other.Fold fabric (same as you get from recycled fabric) and cut into V-Shape, slightly wider, longer than the gap of the dress.The folding line should be at the top and narrow from the bottom.
Sew the side of the modest panel together and turn it in --out.Sew the unstitched side to the left side of the opening of the garment and let the other side loose.Sew the original skirt lining to the top of the circle and modest panel to form a neat edge.
Take 1/2 to 1-Ribbon in inches wide (organza and satin is a good choice) or rope cut to a length of about 3 yards.This will give you enough flexibility to bundle and adjust the ribbon/cord later.Insert the ribbon/rope from the top to bottom of the skirt opening into the ring, criss-crossingCross them in the center.
At this point, let the laces be loose enough for you to put on the skirt.After putting on the skirt, adjust the lace up of the corset so that the length of the ribbon/rope ends is equal, and the skirt is perfect for you.Make a knot at the bottom, fix it in place, and make a simple bow for the beautiful finish.
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