I had to do a bit of reading for the next stages – here are a few excerpts from a book I bought called Bridal Couture
Heres the process for making the corset loops (actually called rouleau loops) – heres a good online tutorial for the entire lace back process. I sewed my fabric right sides together in a pipe and attached piping cord to one end.

I then used my rouleau loop turner (absolutely ESSENTIAL for doing this)

Ta Da! Corset loop cord.

Heres the dress starting to be constructed.

Kim Debling is a Hampshire, UK based designer and Director of her own company Kestrel Design Ltd. She is mum to Rose and Harvey and wife to her best friend Steve. ¬†She’s fighting off Stage 4 Lymphoma and sharing her story along the way, mainly via YouTube. Kim is passionate about being happy, mental wellbeing and in particular art and creative pursuits as therapy during tough times. She teaches online at Udemy, has published books and has art and printables available for sale.

Useful sewing reading, construction and was last modified: April 30th, 2015 by Kim Debling