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Hot corsets wholesale Costume Care Tip - A Stitch in Time, Saves Nine! Either 4 or 5 thread serging is the most secure finish on the inside of a garment. A simple un-serged seam is the easiest to break apart, and is a tell-tale sign of an amateur sewing job. Of course errors can be made with any form of stitching, but if you inspect a potential costume and see serging, your costumes have a much higher probability that they won't come apart at the seams. Also check for any dangling straps or trim pieces. If these straps etc. are not securely sewn in place, they could easily come apart or come off. Inspect all your costumes BEFORE they are given out to your dancers. Either hand or machine-sew any seams or straps that look like they might come apart. Prevention is a very good policy, especially with costume repair.

An old adage is "a stitch in time, saves wholesale halloween costumes nine". This is very true. Many costumes might have loose threads on them. NEVER pull these threads or cut them off, until you have determined why they are there. Did they just not get trimmed off, during fast sewing? Or is something loose, and if trimmed-the seam will eventually come apart? Properly sewn costumes should have all seams "back-stitched". This is the technical term for locking in the ends of a stitched line, by stitching in the same position – in reverse, or twice - in one place. Quickly sewn seams might not have much, or any back-stitching, and they will ravel out, leaving you with holes/openings in your seams. Are your seams "sew-serged"? A seam that has been professionally finished, would have a serged seam, which is a seam that has a minimum of 3 different threads that interlock to encase the edges of the fabric. A serging, sewing machine is sometimes called an overlock machine. This is the minimum that you want to see on the inside of your dance costumes. A more expensive serging machine has 4 or 5 threads, and is at least 1/4" to 3/8" wide. A 4-thread serger creates the 3-thread serge and an additional security-stitch to secure the seam. A 5-thread serge will have a totally separate chain-stitch for security. A straight stitch seam in addition to a sew-serged seam is as secure or more secure than a chain-stitched sew-serge.

My favorite costumed couple wholesale christmas costumes this week, was the duo of Gladys and Tristan, while they performed their Tango! I thought both were PERFECT! Not only did the costumes compliment their music and routine, I LOVED the tribute to the strings on a guitar. I really enjoyed the really unique ‘tails' on Tristan's really stylish and edgy, nontraditional tuxedo jacket. I was wondering exactly what they represented, until I saw the guitar strings across the back of Gladys' costume, that then stretched down her black sleeve. Stunning! I've designed several costumes incorporating piano keys, but never guitar strings! They really made me smile. I loved everything about both of their costumes. The glittery black and silver dress was asymmetrical and oh, so fluid. The skirt was to die for, the neckline was stunning, and I thought it was perfect!The costumes that I hated this week, were worn by Melissa and Maks, for their Paso Doble. What??? I thought this was ROCK WEEK! Their costumes were weird (Maks) and unflattering and unattractive (Melissa), and did NOT fit with the theme for the week. Their costumes were traditional Paso costumes, but not done very well. The problems? Maks went traditional and I liked the shoulder detailing and the opulent gold beading and lace over sections of red for the jacket. But the pants were ‘off', with sections of the gold beaded lace tacked on, un-naturally on the sides of some tight black leggings. This was NOT a good look – I don't care that he was shirtless, the costume was just weird! I'm sorry that Melissa hit her head, but someone must have gotten hit in the head, on the costume design team. Row after row, after row, after row, of bulky white ruffles on Melissa's skirt. WHY? They didn't coordinate with Maks, or was it supposed to represent good and evil? Well, it just ended up being the bad and the ugly. A big improvement would have been to have a red skirt, with much less bouffant-ness.

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