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Product Review: Lacing Bones

**PRODUCT REVIEW**

Lacing Bones (pair) Fusion Coated
These are 10″ – 14″ long 1/2″ wide stays with holes punched on 1″
centers allowing setting of “00” (3/32″) lacing eyelets directly to
stay rather than between 2 stays, assuring a superior attachment.
Requires prepunching of fabric. Great rigidity, Boning thickness is .050″.
Lacing Bones (pair) Flexible
These are 10″ – 14″ long 1/2″ wide stays with holes punched on 1″
centers allowing setting of “00” (3/32″) lacing grommets directly to
stay rather than between 2 stays, assuring a superior attachment.
Requires prepunching of fabric. A thinner steel allows for easier
setting through thicker fabrics. The flexibility offers better comfort.

I’ve been having a few questions about this lately, so I figured it
would make more sense to just have it out ready and shared. The lacing
bone primarily takes place of the two pieces of bones that you would
put on either side of your grommet channel. Everything is done pretty
much the same. After making the channel for the bone, slide it in and
mark your holes. Upon removing the lacing bone punch your holes. You
can use any method of your choice for punching. After that slide the
lacing bones back in and set your grommets. This is great for added
strength and durability in the corset. This is also a great thing to
use if you are just starting out because all of the spaces are marked
appropriately with little fuss. You can even use it later on to mark
your holes without using it in the piece itself.

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