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Old 01-04-2011, 06:06
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Please post lil miss. LOVE the tutus and i need pictures to do anything! I have two little girls and their cousin that would love to have the tutus. I made one for them to play dress up with and they are "demanding" one to go out in. I've created lil tutu monsters.
It's time to give up hope on lilmisstutu I'm afraid.
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i have had a few ask about a tutorial. I can do one but would anyone be interested?

I have 3 different styles that i offer. I would include all 3 with step by step photos.

yes yes yes yes yes!!!!!;;d
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yes yes yes yes yes!!!!!;;d
I don't think she's interested in creating a tut melody. She hasn't followed up on this since she first offered it over 2 months ago.
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I want to try and add a few of mine for opinions. I've never made a flat one. IDK what a flat one looks like? How is it possible to make a flat when with the tulle being already poofy?

Now I'm wondering if mine are too flat, hmmph

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This is my third time reading this thread and despite the fact that it's relatively old I can't resist the urge to comment on how incredibly beautiful your girls are and how cute they look in those tutus.

BTW, your tutus are not flat at all.

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I don't think she's interested in creating a tut melody. She hasn't followed up on this since she first offered it over 2 months ago.
Not to mention that she's only got 10 posts and she hasn't posted since early to mid November.

And, not to seem critical, but as full and beautiful as her tutus are they aren't really layered in the sense that you can see clearly separate and distinct rows of color.

They are multi-colored and really full but I'm not sure I'd call them "layered".

Again, that's not meant as a criticism.

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Not to mention that she's only got 10 posts and she hasn't posted since early to mid November.

And, not to seem critical, but as full and beautiful as her tutus are they aren't really layered in the sense that you can see clearly separate and distinct rows of color.

They are multi-colored and really full but I'm not sure I'd call them "layered".

Again, that's not meant as a criticism.

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You bring up some very interesting points Kel. I know very little about tutus so I appreciate your critique
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Not to mention that she's only got 10 posts and she hasn't posted since early to mid November.

And, not to seem critical, but as full and beautiful as her tutus are they aren't really layered in the sense that you can see clearly separate and distinct rows of color.

They are multi-colored and really full but I'm not sure I'd call them "layered".

Again, that's not meant as a criticism.

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If you want distinct layers of colors, you have to do each layer a separate color. She mixes different colors of tulle in each layer in her pictures to create a certain effect. I'm so grateful I found lilmisstutus posts, I had been searching everywhere for instructions how to make these!
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Not to mention that she's only got 10 posts and she hasn't posted since early to mid November.

And, not to seem critical, but as full and beautiful as her tutus are they aren't really layered in the sense that you can see clearly separate and distinct rows of color.

They are multi-colored and really full but I'm not sure I'd call them "layered".

Again, that's not meant as a criticism.

Kel
Now that I've made some tutus, I definitely agree with you Kel. There is a difference between "multi-colored" and "layered". To me, layered is more like this: http://ny-image1.etsy.com/il_fullxfull.225080169.jpg

I would call the other kind, where all the colors are combined (without distinction) a multi-colored type http://ny-image2.etsy.com/il_fullxfull.206386650.jpg
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Now that I've made some tutus, I definitely agree with you Kel. There is a difference between "multi-colored" and "layered". To me, layered is more like this: http://ny-image1.etsy.com/il_fullxfull.225080169.jpg

I would call the other kind, where all the colors are combined (without distinction) a multi-colored type http://ny-image2.etsy.com/il_fullxfull.206386650.jpg
Maxine, now that you've made some do you have any tips? I've only started my first one and would love any hints.
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Maxine, now that you've made some do you have any tips? I've only started my first one and would love any hints.
Oh there are far better people here to answer this question than me But I will say that I enjoy making them. A lot! lol I first started about 2 weeks ago and have made many since then. Try doing a few searches here for tutu ideas and instructions and you'll find a wealth of information (it's where I learned as I'm self-taught). It took quite awhile to compile the info but once I did I couldn't wait to get started

The hints I have are to use your imagination and have FUN! I grab whatever tulle I have around and then start making the tutu. I go back and fill in with various colors that I find and then I smoosh all the strips together. I make sure the waistband is chock full of strips (so that no white is showing). I also like experimenting with different lengths although the longer tutus seem to over-power Christine (she is a tiny toddler).
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