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Hi there! I make Disney-inspired costumes, so I need hoops that have that huge, almost spherical shape (think Belle and Sofia The First). They're basically impossible to find, so I'm thinking of trying my hand at making them myself. I'm assuming these instructions could be used for that shape -correct?Also, as they'll be very wide (the bottom hoop will be at least 160", but possibly 175" in circumference) do you think the medium strength boning will work, or should I look for heavy weight stuff?Thanks for your help!
I'm having a problem with my second hoop from the top. It's a good ten inches longer than the top one, but it's coming out straight down or even appearing a little smaller. When I lay it on the ground, the top hoop is indeed smaller than the second up. Does it have something to do with the bunching, maybe? Any ideas?
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