Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Re: How to make/wear a Thai "pha nung" or "jong krabane"
- That's a great suggestion - thanks so much!
-- "balazssavelli" <balazssavelli@...> wrote:
--- In TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com, "LDiesslin"
> I am costuming a production of "The King and I." It's a community
> theatre production but I am trying to be as accurate as possible.
> anyone give me instructions for putting on a pha nung? I've beenI did King & I last year and ended up making them as pants (kind of).
> searching and only can find general instructions such as "cloth
> gathered together and threaded between the legs." How much fabric is
> needed? Thanks for your help! Lisa
The look was accurate but didn't have to go through the trouble putting
With a bunch of kids, lots of changes it is almost impossible.
Cut the front and back separate, like a big triangle, pleated the top
and arranged them on the bodies until got the right look.
Finally put a wide waistband on. It really works nicely and saves a lot
of headache during the run.
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