It was a lot of fun to make these mid 17th century stays, I am so happy with how they turned out!

Original Extant Stays, held at the Manchester Art Gallery, lots of lovely pictures: http://manchesterartgallery.org/collections/search/collection/?id=2003.109/2

My previous videos about this project:
Scaling up a Pattern to Life-Size https://youtu.be/2lE72BSQ_VA
Making the Mock-Up https://youtu.be/D6SUuXIiY1U

Pattern and detailed analysis from Patterns of Fashion 5: https://shop.theschoolofhistoricaldress.org.uk/product/patterns-of-fashion-5-the-content-cut-construction-and-context-of-bodies-stays-hoops-and-rumps-c-1595-1795/

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