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Introducing the Iris. Inspired by Carrie Bradshaw and our lovely customers! We saw so many of you pairing our sweatshirts and t-shirts with tulle skirts that we decide to create our own. In true Eleven Loves style, we've made this that bit more special - and sustainable! The Iris tulle is crafted from 100% recycled materials and features a romantic waterfall drape with masses of fabric for added swoosh and interchangeable ribbons in three different colours (in ivory, taupe and chocolate) that can be easily swapped to switch up your look. The waist is elasticated for the perfect fit and it's made ultra comfortable to wear by a recycled silky-feel satin underskirt.

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Oh, I was SO hoping you'd post a tutorial after I saw your picture on Instagram! Love the skirt, love how you styled it in such a sophisticated way, and love the hair. You look fantastic! And I totally need one of these skirts. Bad.

Janssen, this is just what I needed! I saw the cutest pink tulle skirt online and by the time I got around to actually buying it, it was sold out. I'm not one to attempt sewing projects, so consider yourself a master saleswoman. Second of all, love that you managed to work pi into a sewing project. Math teachers everywhere are rejoicing. ? third of all, your hair = love.

I have a question about the waist opening for this skirt. Your directions say to use your waist measurement and then find the radius of that circumference. That would produce an opening to small to fit over ones hips, if I'm not mistaken. Also, there would be no excess to gather with the elastic. Is there an ease factor that needs to be added to your equation? I love this skirt and wish to make one.

Hi! Love the skirt! I wanna make one for my little girl but, I am having some problems with the instructions. Do I need to cut 2 full circles each of the lining and the tulle?Could you please help me out?

The Lumen Couture Ethereal Tulle Skirt is a wardrobe staple, and is suitable for costume, bridal, dance, or everyday wear. This skirt can display a full spectrum of colors, as well as patterns such as blinking, wave, and waterfall effects on the front of the garment.

Tulle can vary from ultra-soft to somewhat scratchy, so trying on your options and/or wearing a slip/shapewear on the big day can help avoid any uncomfortable fabric-induced chafing. Gowns with lots of tulle will typically be heavier and harder to maneuver, so consider how important being nimble on the dancefloor is before selecting a tulle style. For this reason, many brides switch out of their tulle dresses and opt for something sleeker for the reception.

To make the tulle part, I cut four identical rectangles of tulle, each measuring 118 inches (300 cm) in width x 23 inches in length, then sewed them together two by two. I basted through the two layers of tulle, each measuring now 236 inches x 23 inches. After that, I gathered the tulle to match the top of the skirt lining.

Tulle is a lightweight, very fine netting, most commonly made of polyester fibers. Tulle fabric has a dreamlike texture, lightweight and delicate. It is commonly used for making wedding outfits and dance costumes, but tulle skirts are not just for brides, ballerinas, and little girls.

You can finish the seam with a serger (in which case you should sew the side seam with the fabric right sides together). However, for this tulle skirt I prefer the french seam method.

See how to make a tutu with this super easy tutorial. This is a popular no-sew tutu skirt that's easy and fun to make and is perfect in a set with this diy scrunchie. It is easy to make but looks incredible and is a perfect addition to any ballerina's dress - it's amazing for parties, birthdays, weddings, and can easily become part of a princess costume for pretend play.

And have I mentioned it makes a perfect photo prop or a Halloween costume? It's great to have a tutu skirt in addition to all these pretty everyday diy skirts girls like.

Keep wrapping it over and over and over again, until you've used up your whole 25-yard tulle roll. Using your scissors, cut all your tulle on one end of the cardboard template: the end where you started wrapping.

Place the crochet waistband on something that will give it stability and will stretch it a little bit when tying the tulle onto it. This can be anything cylindrical like a lampshade, a paper towel roll, a mannequin, or simply your thigh. No need even to be round. You can use a hanger to stretch the waistband, some simply place it on the thigh, or on the chair back - I chose the latter:

Attach the tulle into the waistband using a slip knot. No sewing with tulle! How-to: Fold the first tulle strip in half. You can use a single strip or two at once. I stacked two pieces together, the light pink and the darker pink color combined since my daughter wanted a very fluffy tutu.

If you want a tutu with glitter sequins, you can use one strip of glitter sequins tulle every five knots: on every fifth spot, I stacked a light pink and a sparkly pink strip together (instead of the 'usual' light+dark pink one). Take a look at the finished tutu below, it's clearly visible, and you don't need to overdo the glitter sequins if you don't want to.

Once you have the first row filled, you can do another row for an even thicker tutu. You can use an additional tulle roll, cut more strips with sparkly tulle strips. I didn't need to, as the doubled first row already gives a beautiful, thick, fluffy result.

My local shop has a whole wall of what I feel is hundreds of different colors of tulle - all on bolts. What a tempting view! But while you can buy tulle by yards, it will be way quicker to make a tutu if you get them on 6-inch rolls. They come in 100-yard rolls (get them here), but also in 25-yard rolls (translated for friends in Europe and Australia: that's just a bit below 23 meters)

Convenience! Crochet headband trim has a waffle-like structure with holes that are perfect for tying tulle strips.Truth is, you can use any type of elastic band or trim for the waistband. However, if you get a chance, I highly recommend you get some of this soft, very stretchy elastic. It's much more comfortable than the regular elastic! If you must use elastic, I'd go with fold-over elastic as it's still stretchier than the stiff kind. This is a bit of a personal preference.

Diy tutu skirts are so adorable to use for photoshoots or special occasions! If you run out of cute pink hair bows, make these no-sew knotted hair ties to complement the tutu - in seconds! Make sure to save this project to remember how to make a tutu skirt:

HiPlease forgive my dimness : when you wrap the 6 inch tulle around the 10inch cardboard , & then cut at one end, do you end up with 20 inches pieces that each need knotting in the holes? So sorry that I need this clarification. Thanks in advance.

I'm happy to help, always - and yes you're right. your tulle strips will be double the length, that is 20 inches - but you'll be folding them in half when attaching to the crochet band, so the tulle skirt will be 10 inches long only. I hope it's clear..

hi. lovely tutu skirt.Can you please clarify: when you have done your first layer of tule and you want to add another one for the fluffy look, do you tie the knots on the new holes above the ones you have used or do you do it in the same place as the previous one?

For sure, full skirts are one of the most fashionable skirts for fall winter 2021/22, hence worthy of investment. But a tulle skirt is a skirt you can buy on a budget without anyone ever guessing it only cost you a brunch.

Add a frilly touch to your home with these charming window curtain panels. The lightweight tulle fabric adds charm, opens your space, and enhances your decor. The Tulle Skirt Solid Window Curtain Panel Set lets in plenty of natural light while providing ample privacy.

Had I known how easy it would be to whip these little puppies up, I would have tried it a long time ago. Their family photos turned out absolutely darling, and I made a mental note to make some full-skirted tutus for my own girls the next time we got around to doing a photo session of our own.

Luckily this time around I managed to snap actually takes some photos while I was making the skirts, just so you could see how simple they really are. I whipped them both up in about an hour and the girls were so excited about their fancy princess skirts that they happily agreed to pose for me. (P.S. The little jean jackets were a great sale find at the JCrew outlet!)

Step 1: Grab a length of tulle and fold it over, then measure it against your model to see how long the pieces will be that you have to cut. This is not an exact science, but better slightly too long than too short!

I find myself referring to this tutorial at least once a year because I inevitably end up putting together a costume or outfit that can benefit from a tulle skirt. Thank you so much for this lovely resource!

So I seen this post an wanted to make my girls dresses like That as well but I also wanted to make mine too out of the tulle for my wedding this year in june. Do ypu think it would look good in a full length dress? Or any ideas about it

I got Nori this little coordinating outfit for our holiday photos, but we never did succeed in getting a family picture together ; ) This little houndstooth cardigan is just darling though and I wish it came in my size (goes up to kids L so should fit a young teen). The skirt was longer than I thought, so would be cuter on babies that could walk. It does have practical bloomer shorts with snaps underneath, which I appreciate! 041b061a72

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