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Old 11-13-2009, 01:33
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Default Re: Am I missing something?

Originally Posted by babyeliza View Post
I know what you mean....I think the process of sewing a tutu still involves putting a bunch of strips next to each other so it still has that stripey look at the waistband, unless they cover it with something. It's hard to tell the difference.
I was thinking the other day...because I tie mine, I don't sew them....a lot of people expect the tutu to be more durable since it's sewn but honestly, how durable could something be if it's made out of tulle??? I tie my knots tight enough to where you have a better chance of the tulle ripping than the knots coming undone, kwim? Just my 2 cents.
I had someone email me asking is this a sewn tutu or the crappy ones that fall apart. I don't loop mine I tie an actual knot but people still think the sewn holds better. I've done it both ways and honestly I can't get my tutu really fluffy when I sew it like when I knot them on. KWIM? I even tried 4 layers and it still wasn't really fluffy.
Jacqueline ~ Mommy to FOUR princesses
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