DIY Tulle Skirt Tutorial | Sewing For Beginners

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Creating my own tulle skirt has been on my To DIY list for months! I really wanted it to be in a soft, pastel color and lilac seemed like the perfect choice. It’s feminine, cute and perfect for any season. I needed to make sure I got enough length as a first attempt failed because of a lack of fabric. And it had to be soft tulle to create a magical DIY tulle skirt. Here’s the result! 😀

What You’ll Need:

– 12 meters of tulle fabric
– thread and needle
– scissors

How To Sew A DIY Tulle Skirt:

1. Measure up the fabric making sure to have enough space to create the poofy effect.
2. Layer the pieces on top of each other and start sewing the top. Pull the thread. If the skirt is too large, sew again until you’ve achieved the desired width.
3. Sew the side of your skirt making sure to leave around 20 cm open at the top. If you’re sewing an elastic band you won’t need to do this
4. Cut a piece of fabric large enough to make a belt. Fold it double and lay it over the top of your skirt.
5. Sew the two pieces together and voila, your DIY Tulle skirt is ready to wear 😀

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10 Comments

  1. Natalie C says:

    what is the song in this video?

  2. Jada Ward says:

    Hi I was wondering if you could shed some light on this project Im trying to make my prom dress this year and I would like my tulle skirt to be like all the way down to my shoes so I was wondering how much fabric do you think I would need? Im 5'1 if that helps any lol. 

  3. Karen Crewe says:

    This Rocks ! thank you x

  4. Allie G says:

    Do you think you could have gotten a similar result if you made a lining of same colour or existing skirt then used 3 meters instead of 6?
    cos that's a heck of a lot of tulle!!     

    Fantastic idea though 🙂

  5. i love all your videos….easy to learn..awesome!! good job !!

  6. Thumbs up!!!! Your tutorials are quick, easy to follow and awesome! And if you take any requests, I'd like to ask you how to make a two color tulle tutu/skirt, like the left half one color, and the right half another color, please? 😀

  7. I find it a bit misleading. This skirt looks nothing like the image for your video.

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