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Corset Flossing Tutorial by UnaleskaZohar Corset Flossing Tutorial by UnaleskaZohar
Corset boning flossing design patters.

These useful little embroidery designs, help hold your boning in place, and prevent the tips from wearing and poking through your fabric. Securing the ends of the bones of your corsets
(even boning set with metal tips) adds strength to the corset and even can add to the style. These diagrams were drawn by Sidney Eileen in 2010. So all credit for the diagrams is hers. I am merely a messenger passing on good knowledge. Hope these pix help some folks out. Here is a direct link to the tutorial on her site. [link]
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sidneyeileen Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
If you are going to repost my illustrations, I would appreciate it greatly if you include a link to the full tutorial in the description. It may be found on my web site--> [link]
Thank you for leaving my signature in tact.
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UnaleskaZohar Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2012  Professional General Artist
Oh! Sorry about that I didn't know the ediquette. :ashamed: I thought the web address in the picture would be enough with the credit. I will add the link to your page in the description box. :blushes:
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sidneyeileen Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you. I do appreciate that you left the labels, and that you gave credit. That's why I don't object to you having these posted on your account. However, I am also a very firm believer in providing links. I believe that if you reference someone else's work (or even your own), it's always worth including a link to the original or full content. Most people will not go to the trouble of putting the name into a search engine, but if they want more info they might click a link. When you want to share info online, it is more effective if you make it as easy as possible for the viewer. Also, just having the creator's name is not a guarantee that a web search will lead someone to the full content.

I am on the extremely relaxed end of the spectrum regarding reposting of my work. I put it online to share and in this case educate, and so I am delighted when other people find it worth sharing as well. Some people really get in a tizzy about reposting, so much so that it baffles me why they bother to post anything at all. If it's online it will get snagged, and probably also reposted at least once, maybe with, and maybe without credit. I watermark everything, and as long as the watermarks stay, I don't care about snagging or reposting. Odds are, though, if the watermarks are removed I'll never find out about it, so I don't worry about that either. It's not worth the stress.
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UnaleskaZohar Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2012  Professional General Artist
Cool beans. I'm glad it doesn't bug ya. I found it to be incredibly helpful. I'm a visual learner and your tutorial helped me more than any other I have come across. :worship:
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darklaela Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2012
Hi! aybe it's for the best to add a link to her account in your description: [link]
cheers!
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UnaleskaZohar Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2012  Professional General Artist
Yeah woops. But now I learned my lesson.
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