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Tribal Style Belly Dancer Pattern - by Folkwear

eQuilter Tribal Style Belly Dancer Pattern - by Folkwear

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Misses Sizes Small (10-12) to 2X Large (26-28) in B, C, and D cups

This pattern is the perfect starting point for creating your own stunning style, whether you are a dancer, historic reenactor, or lover of exotic fashion. Layer the Coin Bra on top of the Choli, the Tassel Belt and Hip Shawl on top of the Ten-Yard Skirt and Pantaloons. Your personalized selection of fabrics, fringes, tassels, adornment, jewelry, and make-up will turn this tribal collection into a wondrous extravaganza of color and movement. Pattern includes graded pieces for Choli, cutting diagrams for other garments, and complete instructions for all garment assembly, fringe- and tassel-making, and embellishment. Suggested fabrics vary; see instruction booklet inside pattern for details. Choli: Misses Small (10-12) to 2X Large (26-28) in B, C, and D cups; other garments gathered or tied to fit.

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