DIY No Sew Tutu

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  1. Jessica says:

    This is so cool! Pinning 🙂

    1. dwulf says:

      Yay! Thanks, Jessica!

  2. Emma Edwards says:

    Hi there!
    I love this no sew tutu! You’ve done really well! 🙂
    I tried to replicate it into the Queen of Hearts costume (the one that you made). I’m having a dress up theme for my 21st and want to go as the Queen of Hearts! I made the skirt today but it’s really really puffy and big, I had less tulle but it was see through (and still really puffy). Is there any way you could possibly give me some advice? I’m not sure if I made the coloured panels too thin, (the first few were about 10cm or less, but then the next few were about 15-17 cms once I ran out of material and had to buy more). Any thoughts?
    Or is the costume that you wore for sale at all? Would love to hear from you!

    Kind regards,

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      Hi Emma! I’m glad you like it and Happy early 21st!!!! The thickness of each strip I cut was about 2 inches wide, so approximately 5 cm. I’m wondering if your strips are too thick causing it to be so see-through? Try thinner strips. Mine was a little see-through, but I wore black tights under them.

  3. shannon says:

    I love this idea. I want to for myself. But I would like to know roughly how much tulle you used for an adult? So I can see how much this will cost me. Thank you!

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      Hi Shannon! I think I used between 5-7 yards for mine.

  4. Lucy says:

    Hi! I’m looking to make this and wondered if I could wear it with tights? do the strips separate when you walk around with it? also how much of each coloured material would you use for the queen of hearts design?

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      Hi Lucy! So glad you like it! I wore black leggings underneath the Queen of Hearts costume, but I’m thinking if you add more tulle, you’d be OK without them. I updated the instructions and measurements here:

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