DIY: Tutus Aren’t Just For Dancing Anymore


You know what they say…

She who leaves a trail of glitter is never forgotten…

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What better way to leave a trail of glitter than making a tutu.

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Tutus aren’t just for dancing anymore.

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To leave a trail of your own glitter, click here to see the entire tutu-orial

(ha-some more early morning caffeine induced humor)🙂

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To thank you for taking the time to comment and pin this tutu-orial :), I’d like to give away another copy of The Refashion Handbook to one of you.

Thank you to everyone who pinned and commented on last week’s too small dress alteration.

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The winner of The Refashion Handbook is…

The Refashion Handbook

Sara Douglas-Polwort.

Congratulations and send your mailing address to bhunting@eoni.com and I’ll send your book to you ASAP.

For more refashion inspiration:

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Have a wonderful weekend!

Beth

About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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12 Responses to DIY: Tutus Aren’t Just For Dancing Anymore

  1. so love the tu tus on the little girls…my Granddaughter has out grown these cute frocks…maybe a great-granddaughter later in life…

  2. Margie says:

    This is so cute, and easy too. My daughter would have loved one when she was little. I pinned it. Thanks for the giveaway.

  3. Deborah says:

    My daughter loves all things sparkly and glittery – I love your quote “She who leaves a trail of glitter is never forgotten…” it is so her🙂 I’ve pinned your tutu-orial.

  4. webstone159 says:

    One year I made a few tu tus and took them to a Christmas party to give to the girls. They liked to twirl in their fancy skirts more than play with all of their expensive new toys. I used the same method of making them as you, it is my favorite way.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Love the tutu and awesome pic,s but I,m especially fond of your adorable model. Grandma Penny

  6. Denice says:

    tutus are so cute my daughter worked at sweet and sassy and i made alot of them for different themes they did for each day and birthday parties….

  7. Nicki says:

    I love your site. I’m currently living in China (hubby’s job sent us here). I did not bring my sewing machine-boo hoo-but have filed several ideas away for later use. I am more of an embellisher on store bought items, but as I mentioned, i love many of your ideas! I look forward to your posts

  8. LucyLou says:

    I love it! I got married in a tutu!

  9. LucyLou says:

    Reblogged this on Lucy's Sewing Lab and commented:
    Never ever enough tulle….Tutus are so special!

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  11. Sandy says:

    I love this tutu! I’m going to have to whip one up for my 5yo, ballerina-obsessed granddaughter.

  12. Ahhhhh the petticoat! So popular around here with little girls and grown women. It’s not the same if you don’t have cowgirl boots on with them! Yours looks adorable!

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