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Your corset only needs a single lace. Do not cut your lace into two pieces!
Lace your corset very loosely, leaving approximately 8 inches between both sides of the corset. This will make it easier to put the corset on when it’s laced.
Find the middle of the lace. Position this in the middle of the top two holes of the corset.
Begin lacing downwards, alternating sides and holes until you reach the middle of the holes. This will often be seven holes down.
At the mid point of the corset create a large loop by lacing out and then back into the same side. You will likely end up with a couple of feet of lace on each side. Continue lacing until you reach the bottom of the corset.
There are two options to finish lacing the corset at the bottom. Most guides will recommend tying the laces together. The other method is to tie knots in each end that are large enough to prevent the lacing slipping back through the holes. Both methods are equally good. A small advantage to the latter is that it is harder for the two knots to unintentionally be released.
Congratulations! Your corset is laced and ready to wear.
This information can also be found at how to lace a corset