Neck Corset Pattern RAVEN

Neck Corset Raven Front

Corset pattern RAVEN is a fun little unisex neck corset pattern. As usual, it is a completely FREE digital pattern that is easy to print out.
This pattern has 5 pattern pieces per side.

Pattern Difficulty : Beginner ●○○○○○

Sizes are based on the neck circumference taken at the very base of the neck (where it connects to the torso).
Inspiration for this patterns was born in the idea of creating a quick little project that can be made from small pieces of fabric left over from making corset projects. Also, it is a cute combination of a “garment” and a piece of jewelry.

Standard size range is 33cm – 47cm / 13.0″ – 18.5″ while lengths are the same for all sizes.

You can make and sell as many corsets as you like by using this pattern.

Measurements and sizes:

Raven sizes inches

Pattern is originally drafted using Metric values!
Imperial values have been converted and rounded up, making the values in Inches approximations.

Measurement shown in the size charts are values for the finished corset not body measurements!
All circumference heights are clearly marked on all pattern pieces making it easier for you to adjust.

Check out my pattern adjustment/grading TUTORIALS for more info on how to alter these patterns for a better fit.
 BEGINNER       INTERMEDIATE      ADVANCED

Neck Corset Raven Corset Diagram
raven pattern diagram

There are no seam allowances added nor is there a lacing gap drafted in and the pattern does not include any sewing instructions (That might change in the future.).

As always, it is highly recommended to make a sloper, mock up or a toile before using “good” fabric.

Neck corsets can be made without any boning (if the fabric used is sturdy enough on its own) or with plastic boning (like zip ties or synthetic whalebone) for a well shaped light weight piece. Naturally, steel boning is definitely a choice as well.

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