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Flat Lining: Your Secret Component
2008

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Ever wonder how men and women throughout history (and even in modern day) got their garments to fit them like a glove?

Like they were meant to be worn
by them and only them?


They look so perfect and fit so well that they are the only one who could ever wear that piece (I guess there wasn't much borrowing clothes from your sister's closet going on back then with garments like these!)



So how did they do it? How did they get that perfect fit?


Well, it's no great secret as to HOW they achieved it but it can be YOUR secret as to how YOU create it in all your historical garments.

The secret is Flat Lining. Those two little words are exactly what you need to know about, love, and do to make each and every historical costume fit like a glove. One that is molded to your body and your body alone.

It's a technique that is not hard to learn but invaluable to master. To help you in that task, here is a great eBooklet on exactly what you need to know to Flat Line your historical clothing.

This will take your sewing, your historical look, your presence, and your demeanor at each and every event to the next level.

Want to walk into your next living history event glowing, knowing that you are probably the best dressed simply because your garments actually fit?

Want others to walk up to you to know YOUR SECRET?


Want to start developing your sewing craft to that mastery level?

Want to gain years of knowledge all in one place by someone who has taken years to develop her skills in order to share them with you?

Then this is for you.



Flat Lining: Your Secret Component
How You Can Achieve a Well-Structured Historical Costume

by Jennifer Rosbrugh

Here's What You'll Learn in this eBooklet:

1. What exactly is Flat Lining and Underlining?

2. How it differs from Interfacing...Yes, there is a major difference that you need to know.

3. What Fabrics to Use for Underlining

4. How to Flat Line a Bodice

5. How to Flat Line a Skirt, Cape, or Cloak

6. How to Flat Line Sleeves: Regular, Tight-Fitting, and Puff

7. How to Flat Line Corsets

8. Two Alternative Flat Lining Methods that Can Save You Time

9. 7 Useful Flat Lining Tips

10. Summary of What Pieces in Your Outfit Require Underlining During Specific Eras



And Here's What You'll Get:

1. Great pictures to show you exactly what Jennifer is explaining.

Sewing instructions can be difficult enough to understand on your own, so we have included full-color pictures of actual fabric pieces to demonstrate what is covered in this eBooklet.

2. More knowledge to help you become an expert dressmaker in historical clothing construction.

3. Easy to Follow Instructions that will make your historical clothes fit and lie on your body better than before.

4. Time: Everything you need to get started is right here - no more wasting time searching around for more information online or in other books; you can start flat lining as soon as you read these 21 pages.

5. Structure to your historical clothes that will make them period-correct and authentic.


With this knowledge, you will be on your way to achieving those amazing garments that everyone will want to look at (maybe even take a picture of to emulate it!)

This eBooklet is filled with information. There is no fluff about it. It's all practical and useful. You can start implementing the tips, knowledge, and advice immediately in your next sewing project.

But wait, there's more!

When you buy this eBooklet, you will also receive a great new Bonus for FREE!


Your Free Bonus!



A Cloak & Corset Member asked Jennifer about Flat Lining with velvet after reading this eBooklet. Jennifer realized that the information she was giving this one member could greatly benefit you as well.

So now you too can know the secret Flat Lining Tips to working with velvet in this extended 6-page answer to that question.



Click on the video below to hear what one member has said about this eBooklet.





So don't delay any longer. Pick up your copy right now.



Available in a Printable Download Version!

You'll get everything above, including the "Working With Velvet - Flat Lining Tips" Bonus, all for just $13.95.

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As of July 2, 2017, all sales are FINAL. The website will no longer be available after July 31, 2017, as the company is shutting its doors.


Please make sure to download and save to your computer all Learning Tools/Products BEFORE July 31, 2017, as they will not be available for download after that date. Links to Learning Tools/Products will be sent to the PayPal email address used for purchasing.

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*Please note that Cloak & Corset/Sara Cornthwaite does NOT manufacture historical clothing for resale. The company focus is instruction on the history of period clothing and teaching others how to accurately reproduce it via eBooks, eZines, and other instructional mediums.
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