Updated How to do Tutu, Toddlers and Infants Size Chart and Ideas- tulle, lace, fabric


This is how I make my Daughter Tutu, except I use in electric for the waist band. I also cut my own piece from yards of tutu because it is cheaper that way, I usually cut them any where from 2 inches to 6 inches wide strips, remember they dont have to be straight no one will see once all together. They can be cut to any length depending on your child’s size and needs. After deciding the length I double it and add 2 inches for the loop so it won’t be too short. When looping them on I didn’t use the exact middle of the tutu piece, so it would have longer and shorter look (like in the photo below). Keep looping them round until you can’t see the elastic anymore when on. Update 3-10-16

Know someone who would love to make one of these for their little girl, please share.

 

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http://www.thehairbowcompany.com/No-Sew-Ribbon-Tie-Tutu_b_90.html

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Lace Tutu done the same way, cutting strips and looping them on the elastic.

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This is a full length Tutu for Halloween, done the same way with add butterfly sleeves and a bow in the front. Here’s the link to the post about this tutu.

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This one is scraps of fabric with some black tulle mixed in to give it fullness.

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This one is 3 colors tutu

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Please feel free to add any ideas!! I will add more photos as I find them.

 

44 responses to “Updated How to do Tutu, Toddlers and Infants Size Chart and Ideas- tulle, lace, fabric”

  1. Laina says:

    Hi,

    How did you get the multi layered look? Will it look like this with a single row or do I need to do multiple?

    Thanks,
    Laina

    • alicia cross says:

      They are all one layer, but to make it look different the lengthens are different (when you loop them on they dont need to be perfectly even to give them the different lengthen look), for the scrap and tulle one I alternated pieces. From my experience the more tulle the fluffier it looks. I hope that helps. Alicia

  2. Deedee says:

    What type of fabric is that. I went to Walmart to look for similar fabric where would you recommend getting that fabric from?

  3. Leah says:

    how did you loop the tulle on the ribbon?

  4. Torrey says:

    What exact color is all four spools of tulle? Adorable! thanks in advance

  5. Please cite us and put a link to our tutorial since you’re using our images. Thanks so much!

    (www.thehairbowcompany.com/No-Sew-Ribbon-Tie-Tutu_b_90.html)

  6. candis says:

    Does the fabric ever loosen from the elastic?

  7. Lori says:

    considering making one of these for a trial run. How much tulle should i think about buying?

  8. Jenny P says:

    Could I make this for my 13 year old daughter? Would I just have to make it bigger?

    • alicia cross says:

      yes measure her waist for the elestic size and measure how long you want the tutu (like from the hips to the knees) than double number that and add 2 inches. That should fit prefect.

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  11. Mrs. White says:

    How many yards of tulle do you use for a toddler tutu?

  12. R Casey-Reynolds says:

    I have a question about the Halloween tutu with the sleeves and bow… Do you have a tutorial for that One??? Or at lest directions/instructions on how it is/was made?

    Thanks in advance!

    Casey Reynolds

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  14. Amber E says:

    Hey, we used your tutorial to create a tutu for my 4 year old sister for her birthday party! Thought I’d let you see the final result. I gave you credit in the post!

    https://afullhouseandfullhearts.wordpress.com/2016/02/02/paw-patrol-birthday-party/

  15. Haley says:

    On the tulle and fabric tutu.. How often do you out tulle in and how thick were the pieces?

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  18. Brianna West says:

    So cute!! Love these 🙂

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