Tutu skirts, the fashionable, short-length, ballerina outfits, have been highly sought after by women and especially young girls in the present times who would love to deck up in these stylish skirts for any occasion. If you possess an immense passion for making these gorgeous outfits without going through the pangs of using the needle and thread, then try your hands at these no sew tutu dresses. Though a variety of fabrics like muslin, silk and nylon can be used for making a tutu, the most preferred material is tulle because of its lightweight and durable texture. Let us have a look at the interesting tutorials that will help you in making a beautiful tutu dress in a jiffy.
Adding more tulle helps in enhancing the fullness of your tutu skirt. If you are adept in the art of crocheting, then go for a stylish headband.
Make sure you have the correct measurements of the tulle required for different age groups so that the dress fits in well. If you are making it for a toddler, you would need about 2 m of tulle while teenagers require 4m and adults would suffice with 6 m of the fabric.
You may go for brighter or more vibrant shades of tulle depending on the occasion.
Your little doll would be enthralled to have a tutu skirt to wear to her friend’s party. If you have an upcycled ribbon at home from gifts, you can use it for decoration purpose rather than putting it in the garbage bin.
Your friend would be pleasantly delighted to see this charming pink outfit at her baby shower for her yet-to-be-born daughter. You can opt for a deeper shade of pink while choosing the ribbon color.
This homemade ravishing tutu dress would perhaps be the best gift you can give your lovely princess on her birthday. The crochet headband forming the bodice, along with the bows and flowers serving as perfect embellishments increase its magnificence.
Cut longer pieces of tulle if you want your tutu skirt to be of an increased length.
The white dots made from felt sitting on the red tutu gives it a perfect Minnie Mouse look.
You can combine red tulle with green if you intend to make it for Christmas.
If you want a gorgeous look for the simple tutu, then attach smaller bows all over the skirt or try pinning up colorful pompoms.
If your beautiful girl has decided to dress up as a Disney princess for her fashion party at school, then this pink tulle outfit attached to a crochet headband or tutu top of the same color would be an ideal pick.
This elegant tutu made from light pink, dark pink and white tulle is an apt attire choice for your kiddo if you have hosted a princess tea party at home.
The only time you would need a needle and thread is while sewing the ribbon to the top of the tutu.
The fishtails made at the bottom of the dress makes it look even more unique.
You can go for black and purple tulle to make a tutu witch dress for Halloween.
Adding snowflakes on the tutu is indeed an innovative idea.
The purple and orange flowers along with the pearl rhinestone embellishment make the skirt look highly graceful.
The faux flowers on the tutu skirt make it look immensely attractive.
If you are making a tutu for a kid, then stretch it across a smaller area to take the measurement.
This light purple tutu would look amazing on your newborn. You can team it with a matching onesie.
The black and brown tulle used in this skirt makes it perfect for a witch outfit during Halloween.
In case you desire for an ankle length tutu skirt, take a greater amount of the fabric.
You can take about 6 to 10 meter of tutu if you are making a large, fluffy outfit for an adult.
After you have already mastered the art of making a no sew tutu, you can decorate your dress further by wrapping a colorful ribbon around it.
If you have a diehard Sponge Bob fan at home, then this cute dress made of a tulle skirt and a crocheted top with decorations, would surprise her completely.
So here you are with an array of exciting designs to make a no sew tutu. In fact, your baby’s wardrobe will now be full of colorful tutus giving her an increased opportunity to dress up as a lovely princess on whatever occasion she desires.
Published on January 16th 2016 by Miranda Gibbs