Step 7: Fuseing your fashion Layer

For each piece, trim down the fuseable web so it is just a little smaller
than your fashion & coutil pieces.

Lay down your coutil piece, then lay the web on top, and lastly place the wrong side of your fashion
fabric down on top of the web. Heat your iron up to a heavy steam layer and got over the piece
until the layers are firmly glued together without any bubbles or wrinkles.
<p>Does it matter if the coutil is imported or not? This is my first time making a corset and it's on a budget, so of course the imported is more expensive than the domestic coutil. </p>
sometimes imported coutil is much stiffer, but regular will work just fine if you are on a budget.
<p>I thank you for the nice Instructable.</p><p>Please check out mine as well.</p><p>And vote for my Pumpkin</p><p>Rima</p>
I am so bookmarking this for my Harley Quinn Arkham City cosplay. :D Thanks so much!
Your instructable is the best one that I've found I making corsets!!
Very nice!<br>
This is such a nicely written Instructable! Thanks for sharing!<br>Sunshiine
This is so cute! I will learn how to make corsets one day and under bust corsets just seem like a must! Do you have any pictures of someone wearing it?
I'll be posting some later.<br>I made this for a friend who is much smaller than me,<br>so I have to wait for her to come over to get photos of her in it.

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