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Thursday, February 04, 2010

Spice Line Up

Take Note Spicers!

Please note our meeting points, times and section line-up.

Carnival Monday
Meeting Point: Corner Charlotte & Park Street
Time: 9 am

Carnival Tuesday
Meeting Point: Corner Charlotte & Park Street
Time: 6:30 am

Spice will be moving out from the meeting point promptly at these times so please be ON TIME!

Section Line-Up

Rubies of Mumbai

Imperium Romanum

Wings of Isis

Moroccan Heat

Merchants of Venice

Caspian Sea

Gate of Petra

Greece

Adulis

Ratnapura

Thailand

China

First Look At Threads Of Morocco

Prototype

Finished Product 
Large Headpiece





First Look At Threads Of Morocco Frontline

From one of the bloggers whop sent her photos of Threads of Morocco Frontline, remmeber if you want to share your costume photos email to trinidadcarnivaldiary@gmail.com:

So I've finally collected myself enough to send you the pics lol......I absolutely LOVE this costume.

A few observations:

SANDRA HORDATT FOR PRESIDENT!!! She has really done a lot with the costume and beyond to give us value for our money so kudos to her!

The bottom piece has no waistband....the gems are attached to the underwear itself so that eliminates any Velcro or worrying about the waistband staying up! I like it. It also ties like an actual bikini so the masquerader can adjust the fit.

Either my bumsee has a very big ego or those medium panties are actually small because no cooperation is taking place!!! I will be attempting an exchange when I go back to Cascadia to collect some other costumes.

The caged bra is very sturdy, supportive and most of all COMFORTABLE!
Accessories :D:D:D
Prototype

Finished Product 
 Headpiece on top of 24" Television

Closeup of Headpiece

Caged Bra




Bottom Piece

Leg Pieces

Wings

Accessories

Monday Wear Provided For Frontline

The Tail Of The Matter...

Ok, so I am hearing that some of the ladies in Tyrian Purple Frontline do not know how to attach their tails with the string given and I promised to show how I fixed my tail last year so here it goes.

I decided I needed more of a secure belt on the tail and decided to try the heavy duty velcro that comes in the width of the ribbon. I sewed each side of the velcro ( it comes in two parts) on to the opposite sides of the ribbon so that when it came together they stuck to each other . So one side of the velcro goes on top the ribbon the other goes under... get it?

Velcro stitched to ribbon 



When I wore the tail it was not as high on my back but I wanted it show on the white background to illustrate how well it stayed on my waist. Also note I added velcro tabs to the back of the tail. 

This lined up with the velcro I put on my belt so that the tail would stay put when I had the belt on:



The Tail In Action Carnival 2009

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