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Make your own corset with this downloadable PDF from Epoch Echo Cosworx!

Whether you are making a full-torso armored costume or a cute high-waisted bodice, you need this basic pattern in your repertoire. Once you adjust the fit for your own measurements, this will become an essential basic in your collection.

The corset is designed to go around the torso to a seam in the back that can be used with any kind of enclosure you wish to use.

This pattern is designed to be used with EVA foam (craft foam), fabric, leather, or thermoplastics.

When made with 4mm eva foam, the finished corset "as is" measures: Bust 37" Waist 29" Upper hip 36". If these aren’t your measurements, we have steps you can follow that will help you resize the pattern to perfectly fit your own body.

RESIZING THE BUST:
To increase the size of the bust, we like to paper mock ups. Use a photocopier to increase or decrease the pattern size by increments of 5% or 10%. Repeat this process until the paper mock up fits the way you want it to, making small adjustments where needed. You then have a pattern you can transfer to your material of choice! Remember that material thickness will need to be considered. For instance, if you are using 8mm eva foam you’ll need to upsize the pattern.

MAKING THIS WITH FABRIC?
Add a 1/2 inch seam allowance around all edges of the pieces. We strongly recommend that you make a muslin mockup to adjust the fit to your own body. You can then use the adjusted muslin pieces as your new pattern pieces for whatever your material is going to be (foam or fabric, etc). 

Note: our Amazon Warrior pattern includes this corset pattern as well as the outer details! Check it out!

Happy Crafting!
Heather & Beverly
Make your own corset with this downloadable PDF from Epoch Echo Cosworx!

Whether you are making a full-torso armored costume or a cute high-waisted bodice, you need this basic pattern in your repertoire. Once you adjust the fit for your own measurements, this will become an essential basic in your collection.

The corset is designed to go around the torso to a seam in the back that can be used with any kind of enclosure you wish to use.

This pattern is designed to be used with EVA foam (craft foam), fabric, leather, or thermoplastics.

When made with 4mm eva foam, the finished corset "as is" measures: Bust 37" Waist 29" Upper hip 36". If these aren’t your measurements, we have steps you can follow that will help you resize the pattern to perfectly fit your own body.

RESIZING THE BUST:
To increase the size of the bust, we like to paper mock ups. Use a photocopier to increase or decrease the pattern size by increments of 5% or 10%. Repeat this process until the paper mock up fits the way you want it to, making small adjustments where needed. You then have a pattern you can transfer to your material of choice! Remember that material thickness will need to be considered. For instance, if you are using 8mm eva foam you’ll need to upsize the pattern.

MAKING THIS WITH FABRIC?
Add a 1/2 inch seam allowance around all edges of the pieces. We strongly recommend that you make a muslin mockup to adjust the fit to your own body. You can then use the adjusted muslin pieces as your new pattern pieces for whatever your material is going to be (foam or fabric, etc). 

Note: our Amazon Warrior pattern includes this corset pattern as well as the outer details! Check it out!

Happy Crafting!
Heather & Beverly

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