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LM100 - Victorian Underwear

Score: 5.00 (votes: 1)

by Laughing Moon Mercantile

**Laughing Moon is changing the format for their patterns.  This pattern is now printed on white bond paper, with colored size lines.  Also, the separate larger sizes are now included in one package!  **

The Dore Corset has B, C, and D Cup. The Silverado Corset has bust gores for cup size A through 4D!

If you are a costume enthusiast but wonder which corset goes with what chemise - look no further. This pattern has the widest size range, the most complete instructions and illustrations, and all the pieces are in one package! (two corset styles, chemise and drawers!) Appropriate for the Victorian period 1837 -1899.

If you are a high fashion enthusiast you have seen every designer show eye-popping corsets in their collection. This pattern will enable you to create your own alluring, high fashion or fantasy corset to vamp your way through any affair. Wow!

* View A, the Dore Corset is a straight seam corset with 5 pieces on each side.
* View B, the Silverado Corset has bust gores with 6 main pattern pieces and 2 bust gores on each side.
* Both corsets can be made up plain or fancy. The open drawers have a pointed waistband in front and a drawstring closure with 6 tucks and lace trim at the hems.
* The sleeveless chemise has a yoke with a front opening and 6 tucks at the hem with lace trim.

  • $18.00
  • Weight
    0.92 lbs
  • SKU


Recommended fabrics: Twill, coutil, canvas, drill, etc.

Sizing and Yardage Information:

All the sizes are included, as given below.

Size 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16
Bust 28½ 29½ 30½ 31½ 32½ 34 36 38
Waist 21 22 23 24 25 26½ 28 30
Hip 30½ 31½ 32½ 33½ 34½ 36 38 40

Size 18 20 22 24 26
Bust 40 42 44 46 48
Waist 32 34 36 38 40
Hip 42 44 46 48 50


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  • Paris Bower
    Feb 4, 2019, 09:19 AM
    Pattern is wonderful!! I made the chemise with puffed sleeves, and the drawers (I opted to sew the crotch closed for modesty reasons as friends/family tend to want to see all the underclothes that I've made as well when I show the dress off XD). I also made the Silverado Bust Gore corset. I made the chemise and drawers without making a mock-up prior to construction and they fit wonderfully. I decided to make a mockup for the corset (as suggested in pattern; little adjustments were required and it also fits wonderfully. I'm an amateur sewer, and these came together with little to no problem. I'm so glad I found Truly Victorian!