One Tough Costumer — stiffening
Posted by Margo Anderson on
Welcome back to The Elizabethan Bodice Sew Along! Today we will be showing how to construct your flatlining, by adding in stiffening and boning. In our last blog post, we showed you how to properly cut out your flatlining and fashion fabric. The next thing you need to cut out is your stiffening. Cutting out your bodice stiffening pieces. The purpose of your bodice stiffening is to give additional support at the front of your garment. Bodice stiffening can be made from cotton batting, or (as we used here) wool felt. Because our bodice opens in the front, we cut four...
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