Making the costumes that let belly-dancers’ hips sing

Anemone Ruder’s house sticks out from the rest of the street. Her front door is not the same brown and blue that all the other houses are adorned with. Rather, her house has a bright green door with purple trim. The inside of her house is no less impressive. Her watercolour paintings hang in the kitchen; her woven tapestry hangs on the staircase; and her closets are stuffed with hand-sewn belly-dancing costumes.

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