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Old 11-22-2011, 06:56
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Default Purse with tutu

Do any of you wonderful ladies know if theres a way to attatch a tutu to a purse without having a sewing machine? I really want to try to make one but i dont have a sewing machine

Here's an example of what im talking about

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Old 11-22-2011, 11:00
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That sounds pretty but slightly impractical.

How much could you carry in that?

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Old 11-22-2011, 11:42
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That sounds pretty but slightly impractical.

How much could you carry in that?

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i dont mean a purse made out of tulle, I meant a purse with a tutu lol. i should of explained myself and added a pic lol, i will add a link to the OP so ppl know what im talkin about lol.
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i dont mean a purse made out of tulle, I meant a purse with a tutu lol. i should of explained myself and added a pic lol, i will add a link to the OP so ppl know what im talkin about lol.
Oh, that makes much more sense.

That is cute. I would think you would need a machine to do that much sewing.

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Oh, that makes much more sense.

That is cute. I would think you would need a machine to do that much sewing.

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yeah probably, guess i better invest in one and learn how to use it lol
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Default Re: Tulle purse

I made my first TuTu bag with hot glue. It was a hot mess (pun intended)!! I hot glued the tulle on then covered it with a ribbon I iron on. It was cute, and its held together great! (I made it in March) I found pinning and sewing on the tulle is easier and much less messier. HTH!
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You could also try Fabri-Tac. It's sold in craft stores and adheres fabric to fabric very well.

Invest in some Steam-A-Seam or Heat-N-Bond to iron on a sticky permanent bond. With tulle, I'd use an applique pressing sheet to avoid it sticking to the iron.

All are much cheaper options than a sewing machine.
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I make my own tutu bags and always sew the tulle on. My avatar is one of my favorites. I sell a tut for it and had someone buy it that didn't sew. She used fabric tac and was really pleased with the results and it has held up well for her.
I would be careful using the iron on stuff cause to get the iron hot enough for it to adhere might melt the tulle.
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I make my own tutu bags and always sew the tulle on. My avatar is one of my favorites. I sell a tut for it and had someone buy it that didn't sew. She used fabric tac and was really pleased with the results and it has held up well for her.
I would be careful using the iron on stuff cause to get the iron hot enough for it to adhere might melt the tulle.
do you have a link to your tut
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You could also try Fabri-Tac. It's sold in craft stores and adheres fabric to fabric very well.

Invest in some Steam-A-Seam or Heat-N-Bond to iron on a sticky permanent bond. With tulle, I'd use an applique pressing sheet to avoid it sticking to the iron.

All are much cheaper options than a sewing machine.
Do you know if they sell the Steam-A-Seam or Heat-N-Bond, and the applique pressing sheet at wal mart? I dont have any craft stores in my area, the closest one is an hour away Also, after i apply 1 of the 1 bonding things above how should i put the tulle on? fold it in half and put the folded part on the sticky substance?
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