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Subject: Crown making tip

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Date Posted: 15:56:14 09/15/01 Sat
In reply to: K 's message, "Headbands & Tiaras" on 17:46:16 03/10/01 Sat

I made my daughter's crown from a Renaissance costume pattern. The pattern for the crown was a little to round for what I wanted so I altered the curve into a slight point. It worked very well. I used velvet and trimmed it with piping covered in satin. Then decorate with sequins, rhinestones, etc. Hope this helps.

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Date Posted: 13:44:48 03/15/02 Fri

A few months ago, I found a site that had some lovely heavily sequined crowns- similar to those I've seen with the Colours of Ireland dresses. Does anyone have the address? We would like an updated headpiece before Oireachtas.

-http://www.contemporarycelticdesigns.co.uk/ Thanks, but these aren't the ones. They were more like a soft crown that had a lot of rows of sequins going across the top and bottom, with patterns in either sequins or crystals. .

-http://www.borntodance.ie/bds.php?do=showitem&prodID=2167 , http://www.borntodance.ie/bds.php?do=showitem&prodID=2168

--Yes, that was what I was looking for

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