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Old 02-27-2009, 11:55
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Default How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

I have a customer request for a satin lined tutu dress. Any ideas? I tie mine on but have also sew them in the past. I just don't know how I'd get the lining in there? I'm a very beginning sewer so I'm kind of clueless!

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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

Could someone please answer this because I am wondering the same thing? I am also a beginner to sewing and am lost when it comes to attaching the lining. Thanks!
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Old 04-26-2011, 11:48
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Could someone please answer this because I am wondering the same thing? I am also a beginner to sewing and am lost when it comes to attaching the lining. Thanks!
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.

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Old 04-26-2011, 11:50
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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

I would suggest that they buy a half slip (do they still make those??) and have the child wear it under the tutu. A lined tutu dress goes for double what "regular" ones do.
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:28
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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

I usually do make my dd wear a half slip when she wears hers. She doesn't like to do that tho. I was hoping it would be easy to just add a lining, but looks like she might be stuck with wearing the slip. Thanks anyway!
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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

I'm also trying to figure this out and was going to just figure it out through trial and error, I know they sell lining fabric that is stretchy or you can get lycra for it, I'm new to sewing and using a machine so it'll be a LOT of trial and error for me to get this right, and yeah I'd sell it for more than the regular tutu
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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

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I'm also trying to figure this out and was going to just figure it out through trial and error, I know they sell lining fabric that is stretchy or you can get lycra for it, I'm new to sewing and using a machine so it'll be a LOT of trial and error for me to get this right, and yeah I'd sell it for more than the regular tutu
I think I am going to attempt it too. It really doesn't seem like it would be that hard. My sister sews all of my nieces clothes. I think I will see if she can help me. Good luck trying.
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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

I'm curious... why would you need to line it?
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I'm curious... why would you need to line it?

Maybe so its not itchy or see thru IMO.
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Default Re: How to make a "lined" tutu dress?

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.
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