Make your own Amazon Goddess armored corset with this digital download from our partners The Feathered Hart and Downen Creative Studios! This PDF digital download is 47 pages! It includes lots of instructions, the base corset (front and back), the front and back corset details, the eagle emblem and front and back belt details and the Arm Band is free! The skirt template and other armor pieces and shield templates are sold separately. Color print is better! We HIGHLY recommend that you print these templates in color for easier assembly. We have included many tips to help you create your own corset. Color coding is definitely a big part of guiding you through the many parts of this costume. Print at 100%, and if you can, print with very small borders or borderless. Here is a quick video that we created to help guide you through the assembly process: https://youtu.be/EoDdlX7I_fI These templates are designed to be used with EVA or craft foam and Worbla (a thermoplastic), but you can use any material you desire. MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED Base corset: 1. Approximately 24" x 30" EVA Foam in 6mm or 4mm Details: 1. EVA Foam 2mm or Vinyl of a similar thickness, which is about 1 roll of 2mm foam (24" x 60") Hardware: 1. 1 yd of 2” or 3” wide nylon web strapping 2. 10 x .5” Neodymium magnets 3. 2 feet of 1” wide sew-in velcro 4. ½ yd of a thin black cotton fabric. (think thin like gauze) The corset pattern is sized currently to measurements of Bust 35”, Waist 28”, Hip 38”. We have included basic instructions on how to make adjustments for other body types. If this is your first time constructing foam armor, we recommend beginning with one of the smaller pieces from the costume set. We’ve listed the pieces below from smallest to the largest to help give you a good indication of the size and complexity of each piece. -Arm band (super easy) -Tiara -Vambraces -Greaves -Shield -Corset Armor/Gladiator skirt (more advanced) Take your time: Please remember to TAKE TIME TO SAVE TIME! Taking time to mock up a version of this corset in muslin or paper will help you make any necessary tweaks to fit prior to cutting your intended final medium. Resizing the corset: It is easier to take material away then it is to add it back on. Upsizing this pattern by increments of 5% on your photo copier will make all the measurements proportionally larger, but may aide in paring down to the measurements you need. We have included instructions for resizing a corset to fit your own dimensions. We recommend that you make the base corset first to ensure the best fit.
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