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I have done some research online and all I could find were no sew tutus, where the tulle is tied around the ribbon or elastic, or properly sewn from large pieces of tulle and designed for everyday wear. I didn't like those looks at all - I was aiming for nice and flat waist and super full body , so I started thinking how can I make it better, but as easy as the tie around method. This week I finally made a decision to do it and see what happens! I purchased the tulle and spent a couple of days staring at it and brainstorming.
And then the 'A-haaaa! So I went ahead and started. And now I am so in love with it, that I am going to share it with all of you! Supplies you will need: Ribbon in a similar colour as your tulle 4. Use a longer and a bit thicker needle, it will be much easier! I used white thread, but you can't really see it and if you are making your tutu for photography, it will be an easy fix in post processing. Use the same colour if you are making your tutu for actual wearing 5.
A couple of safety pins 6. You will need 6'' rolls of your chosen colour. Now the number of rolls depends on how puffy, full and long you want your tutu to be. Something to wrap the tulle around. I used two light stands from my studio, however two chairs would work just fine - use your imagination!
You can use chairs, ladders, doors, anything really! I wanted mine maxi, so measured cm between the stands.
Attach the end of your tulle roll to one of the sides if you are using chairs and can't pin your tulle, you can use tape, I think it would work just as fine! Start wrapping around the two stands, keep it nice and neat.
Make sure you finish at the same end where you started! Take out the pins and carefully cut your layered tulle at the end where you finished wrapping it. Now when I say carefully, I really mean it. Hold it like your life depends on it. If you let go you will have a big mess of tulle that will be very difficult to put back in place!
Once cut, gently separate both sides in the middle and use your body and elbows to hold the tulle in place while you get to the folded end a second set of hands would come in really handy here! You will be pretty much just turning your tulle sideways from where it was.
You can clip your folded end if you have something to clip it with I used one of my backdrop clamps - it will make it less likely for the tulle to fall, and even if you let go of the cut end, the mess might still be fixable ;. Once you have all your layers ready, measure your elastic band. I wanted mine to fit many sizes, so I measured around cm. Leave a couple cm to spare that you will be able to cut off at the end.
Attach your elastic to the same stands you were using to wrap your tulle.
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