How to Make A Tutu Dress


How to Make A Tutu Dress

Learning how to make a tutu has never been easier. If you have a little dancer in your life, you absolute have to get started on this How to Make a Tutu Dress tutorial. Any pretty little princess will feel absolutely royal when she slips on this adorable little tutu dress. Crafted from pink tulle and a t-shirt, this little dress will keep moms and tots happy for days to come. Little girls will love dancing around and moms will love the fact that this dress slips on simply. Plus, the length is much more sensible than pretend tutus, making this a sewing for kids tutorial that your girl can actually wear to school.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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I had a dress like this when I was a little girl and I absolutely loved it. It's hard to beat a tulle skirt. So cute!

Doesn't every little girl just LOVE a tutu dress, whether or not she does ballet? I have just finished making this Tutu Dress for a friends little girl and it took me a little over 3 hours. The instructions are clear and very easy to follow and what a great idea to use a cut off T-shirt for the top and then to join the skirt on to that! I am very happy with the finished dress!

What girl does not want to think she is a ballerina. My grand daughter does twirls every time she puts a tutu on. She cannot get enough of them and every time she sees a tutu skirt she wants that one too. I have not made her any yet because like you said I have been afraid of the way the tulle will lay. I am so glad that you posted foiled tulle works. I have never heard of it. I like that this tutorial shows you how to make this tutu a dress because dresses are so much easier than trying to find a shirt to go with it and to buy a T-shirt to use for the dress top amazing. This is a great tutorial so simple and easy that many can be made in no time. I can see this done in green for St. Patrick's day.


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