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Old 07-19-2009, 10:59
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Okay I am going to attempt my 1st tutu tomorrow for my daughter to wear at her birthday party. Any and all advice is greatly appreciated. Oh and it is NOT a sewn one.
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These are really easy and fun to make. Just start with a piece of ribbon for the waist and the color(s) tulle you want to use. I use 6 inch wide tulle and cut t into about 18-20 inch pieces. Then, fold the tulle in half, over the ribbon and pull it through the loop. Keep doing this until it is full enough for you, then, tie the ribbon in a bow to keep it on her. Also, to save on time you can take a cookie sheet, wrap the tulle around it lengthwise, and then cut at each end, this way you don't have to cut the tulle one piece at a time, good luck! Marie
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These are really easy and fun to make. Just start with a piece of ribbon for the waist and the color(s) tulle you want to use. I use 6 inch wide tulle and cut t into about 18-20 inch pieces. Then, fold the tulle in half, over the ribbon and pull it through the loop. Keep doing this until it is full enough for you, then, tie the ribbon in a bow to keep it on her. Also, to save on time you can take a cookie sheet, wrap the tulle around it lengthwise, and then cut at each end, this way you don't have to cut the tulle one piece at a time, good luck! Marie
Wow that sounds simple enough. i can't wait to give it a try. Thanks so much. Will post photo when I get it finish...wish me luck
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here is my link. hope this helps.

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Have fun, I can't wait to see how it turns out!
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