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I made a tulle skirt and wanted to put together my steps as best as possible. CLICK TO NEVER MISS AN UPLOAD:

Please check the link to the blog if you plan on doing this diy! I pulled together some old footage to make this but I don’t think I captured it perfectly, so as always I’m here to help answer questions. Time to feel like a ballerina! Or princess.

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50 Comments

  1. I love your videos, but what I cannot understand is how to CUT the tulle. I watched your wedding dress video religiously because I am also making mine. And here;s my problem: If I make circle skirt cut outs of the tulle, it's too short. If I make it long, then i have lines where all three or four parts are sewed together. How do I make a tulle skirt, focusing on the tulle?!

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  2. How did you attach the elastic?? I’ve watched it over and over again and I can’t understand how to do it. I love that I don’t have to make a circle skirt with it 🤮 but i really need that last step! It’s for my wedding anyone save me ❤️😭

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  3. Thank you so much for putting such great sewing tutorials on YouTube! Seriously, you've inspired me to get out my sewing machine, raid my closet to see what pieces I want to give new life to, and even brave the fabric section of the craft store. Even my husband is on board! I really admire that you have a gift like this and you've chosen to share it with others in such a positive way – even answering questions. I hope your skills take you far in life. You deserve it!

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  4. How did you hem the bottom? Did you hem separately, or all the layers together? how many layers would you suggest so that it is not so poofy? and last question, lol, how much tulle did you buy and to make the skirt floor length, how much fabric would I need? thanks in advance 😉☺

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  5. Wow there are some cruel people commenting. I just wanna let you know that your doing an awesome job Wendy! You have a gift! And we thank you for generously sharing that with us! 👊🏻♥️😬

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  6. I made a tulle skirt as one of my first projects a few months ago. I totally relate to all the regrets and tears! As much as I love my ballerina skirt, it's going to be a long time until I work up the courage (and patience) to use tulle again!

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  7. Love all your videos! 😊

    Question. Wouldn't it have a better shape if you make it a circle skirt or at least an a-line skirt first before gathering the fabric at the waist? Because then the bottom part will be wider and won't hang/fall just straight. Also, have you considered using a gathering/ruffler foot? Because then, the machine does the gathering for you. And if you're not happy yet with the gathers, then that's the time you adjust them by hand. Or idk, maybe that's just me. 😁

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  8. hi wendy! i love the way u explain about how to make it but as for beginner like me,, i mostly preferred on u do in other tutorial because it's much easier for me to see it like when u do tutorial on cardigan, slouchy sweater and two-toned sweater and others,, i love all ur videos cause it really inspired me so much!

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  9. I'm planning on making my own formal dress and was wondering how do you know how much tulle you need? I only want 1 or 2 layers of tulle for underneath. Love your videos 🙂

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  10. Thanks for explaining the process but I was sooooo disappointed that you didn't explain while actually showing us how to make it. The snippets of your process was not helpful if you are a beginner. You talked more that you showed making the skirt.

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  11. This is a very helpful tutorial. The only thing I was wondering is about how many yards of tulle did you use for each layer? I'm going to be making one for someone for their prom.

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  12. Hi Wendy,
    I'm new to sewing and found your channel! I really love this skirt and want to give it a try! I was just wondering what shape/pattern the tulle is cut in? Are they just rectangles that are a certain width & length? And if you were going to make the lining the same length as the tulle would you still do it as a circle skirt?

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  13. What sort of stitch did you use to sew the layers of tulle together (below the zip)? Otherwise, love the tutorial! Cleanest finish I've found.

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