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Old 04-27-2011, 08:48
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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

Originally Posted by Maxine View Post
Adding lining to anything is a step up from beginning sewing (imo). I've been sewing since I was 9 years old and lining wasn't something I learned immediately. Best advice? Go to a fabric store and purchase a pattern.
I would be sewing a dress with a tulle overlay.

Disclaimer: I've never made a tutu (tied or otherwise), so maybe there's a technique of which I am unaware, but I agree with Maxine -- you may be moving into more advanced sewing here.
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Old 04-27-2011, 06:28
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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

Originally Posted by sbh626 View Post
My suggestion would be to use the tulle you purchase off the bolt, plus some type of liner fabric (china silk, etc.) Cut 2 times your chest measurement by whatever length you need. I'd probably do 3-4 layers of tulle. Hem the bottom of the lining then sew all the short sides together. For the top, just make a casing and thread your elastic then sew it all shut. You could add straps too.
I asked my sister (who sews all her clothes and my nieces clothes) and she suggested the same thing. I think I will give that a try. Thanks!
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Old 04-27-2011, 06:33
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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

Originally Posted by FromMyasCloset View Post
I'm curious... why would you need to line it?
I only make tutu dresses for my dd and my nieces. My dd complains sometimes that it is a little itchy at the top. I make her wear a half slip when she wears her dresses, but sometimes the slip will slide down some and then the tulle is up against her skin again. I was trying to find a way to make it more comfortable for her. (:
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