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Fair Lady 3 Hoop Ball Gown Full Crinoline Petticoat For Women Wedding Skirt


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Carat Girls' 3 Hoops Petticoat Full Slip Flower Girl Crinoline Skirt


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Full Crinoline

How do you soften crinoline?

I have a dress with crinoline sticking out the bottom. The inside of the crinoline is very prickly and itchy. I thought about removing it from the dress but I wanted to see if maybe there was a way to soften the feel of it first.

Any suggestions?

True crinoline is a stiff fabric with a weft of horse-hair and a warp of cotton or linen thread. Modern crinoline is still linen, usually starched cotton/linen; you don’t “soften” these (which is done with water) unless your intent is to change the shape. Modern petticoat net is often nylon tulle (of various weights) and yes, is scratchy indeed.

The stiff nature (which causes the scratchiness) has a purpose: being architecturally strong enough to support the overskirt. Softening nylon tulle with fabric sprays or with a treated dryer sheet in a VERY LOW-temperature dryer for a short time might give you minor improvement, but it may also collapse the underskirt’s “lift”. Maybe that’s okay with you – but you’d have to make a judgment call regarding volume.

Of course, if this is just a decorative trim hanging out from the inside of the hem and you’re at the point of removing it due to annoyance, then yes – try suggestions to soften that prickle up. Or, take a look at how it’s installed and consider making a pattern from what you remove and replacing it with a truly soft tulle. You wouldn’t even have to go to silk, some nylon’s are distinctly smoother than others.

Traditionally, if a “horsehair” was scratchy, a woman wore a slip. And, If you are ever sewing your own full crinoline, take advantage of modern, smoother tulles – makes a world of difference. They’re much less scratchy against the skin.

Derivation of Crinoline: …
www.corsetheaven.com/corsets/corset_advice/dictionary.asp

More fabric identification with some images: http://www.farthingales.on.ca/net.php
(FYI: Italian Tutu net is particularly smooth).

How to make a petticoat http://www.vintagesewing.info/1920s/26-fcm/fcm-28.html

eHow on slip-making http://www.ehow.com/how_2297249_make-pettie-coat.html

The Anticraft petticoat tutorial: http://www.theanticraft.com/archive/imbolc07/petticoat.htm