Reconstructing History #RH711 - Renaissance Corset Stays Sewing Pattern
This late 17th-century stays (corsets) pattern is based on two extant English examples:
View A - based on the stays in the Museum of London, are fully-boned, five-piece stays featuring an optional front busk, integral shoulder straps, back laced closure, and integral tabs at the waist.
View B - based on the pink stays in the Victoria and Albert Museum and the red satin stays in the Manchester Gallery of Costume, features a front-laced opening, stomacher, integral waist tabs and optional sleeves.
Ideal for reconstructing historical garments in the Stuart Era - between Elizabethan and Georgian during the late Renaissance period.
Fits busts 28"-48" and waists 20"-40". All sizes in one envelope.