Sounds interesting. I'd love to see the video.
Costume/clothing design & construction
Alterations & home dec
On Mar 19, 2011, at 8:41 AM, brandie_mysillybluehippo wrote:
> I use plastic coated clothesline wire. It's flexable enough to bend
> yet it's strong enough to hold it's shape. It can be twisted into
> all sorts of shapes and then covered with trim or stones or totally
> covered with fabric or whatever. You can add small loops of thin
> wire for hairpins or elastic for chin strap. Also if you spiral the
> clothesline wire at the side of the head it provides a natural
> grip. Easily adjusted by the dancer by just tweaking a little bit
> on the spiral. I'll try to post a video this weekend on it.
> Smiles, Brandie Larsen, Butte Opera House
> --- In TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com, Sylvia Rognstad
> <sylvia@...> wrote:
> > Continuing with my Little Mermaid questions, I've been asked to make
> > some headdresses for the ballet. I am a bit out of my element here
> > and could use some help or referrals to instructional websites.
> > Without using chinstraps, how do you make sure they will stay on for
> > balletic dancing?
> > ï¿¼
> > Sylvia Rognstad
> > Costume/clothing design & construction
> > Alterations & home dec
> > http://www.ezzyworld.com
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