Pink Zebra Print No Sew Tutu Tutorial and Always Under Pay Giveaway

Introducing

Lou Lou and her Tu Tu

Warning: Cute picture overload is about to begin.

Disclaimer: I received the materials to complete this project from Always Under Pay for free. All opinions are my own. 

 

 

Lou Lou is just the type of girl that was in need of a poofy frilly tutu. This baby was made for the frilly side of life. She was born to be a diva. She is my little girly girl. Bear is my tom boy and Lou is my girly girl, I have the best of both sides and I love them both.
 I have been wanting to make on of these but thought it was going to be too time consuming and in my ever busy schedule free time didn’t ever seem to materialize to try. I decided to give it a go this weekend after receiving my package from Always Under Pay. I needed a push and the beautiful zebra print tulle was the push I needed. It didn’t take long at all, I had it made in a little over an hour of work time. It turned out lovely! I’m so glad I got it made for these pictures.

 

These tutus are very easy to make yourself and they are a lot cheaper than purchasing one already made.
The tulle runs at 2.29 a tube, elastic 1.99, and ribbon at .69.
That comes to around 13 dollars with tax.

 

Pink Zebra Print No Sew Tutu

Materials List:

3 Rolls of Tulle
(different colors or the same color depending on the look you want)
1 pack of 1/8 inch Elastic
Around a yard of matching ribbon
Step 1: Measure out your tulle. Keep in mind that you will be folding it in half so measure out twice as long as you want it to be. I did two sizes. I made a layer that was 12 inches long and another that was around 18 inches long.
Step 2: Cut your elastic to fit around child’s waist loosely. You don’t want them pulling at it because it’s to tight but you don’t want it so loose it falls off. After you measure and cut, tie the ends together. Find something you can use to hold the elastic such as a roll of paper towels or 2 liter bottle. I used my daughter’s huge pig stuffed animal.
Step 3: Pick three pieces of tulle and fold them in the middle. Slide them under the elastic pulling up a loop. Take the loop and pull the ends of the tulle over the elastic and through the loop while increasing the elastic in a knot. Pull semi-tightly. Continue on all the way around. Do not make them too close together or you will stretch out your elastic and it will not stay on your child’s waist. Just kinda slide them to where they touch but are not squished.
Step 4: (optional) Take your matching ribbon and weave around the elastic and tulle knots to cover everything up. Tie the ends together and your done!
Now take your little one out in her new tutu and snap some adorable pictures!

You can check out the other craft materials Always Under Pay has to offer at:

Thank You From Becka!!
This Post was written by Becka M.

I’m just a multi-passionate Christian mom of three, who sews, crochets, crafts, and creates printable and educational materials. I love working in photography, digital art, graphics, and all things crafting. The LORD is my guide as I blog about my life.

25 thoughts on “Pink Zebra Print No Sew Tutu Tutorial and Always Under Pay Giveaway

  1. this tutu is adorable! I didn’t know it can be done with these roll.. I happen to have 2 of them in my sewing box. i wish it was enough to make me a skirt hehehe

  2. I’m going to make hair bows for my daughter! I don’t know if this is open world wide but I am joining! I love the tutu soooooooooo much! LOL
    Pinning!

  3. Adorable – all of it: the little lady, the tutu, and even that stuffed pig. And I have to say, what beautiful photos of Lou Lou!

  4. The tutu is adorable. I had that on my list to make for my girls soon. Just pinned it so I can follow your directions. Thanks for sharing! Loving the giveaway too 🙂

  5. That disclaimer is so true! It is cuteness overload! OMG! Those boots with that tutu is a heavenly combo! It’s crazy that it took you one hour, the material looks so intimidating. You’re lucky to have one girly girl and a tomboy, it really is the best of both worlds.

  6. Hi! I never thought making a tutu would be so easy. Thanks for the directions!! My plans for the craft supplies would have something to do with decorating my new apartment at the end of the month. Maybe some sort of wall art or pillows?? Or both. lol Thank-you!

  7. We are looking at this now and my daughter is itching to try it TODAY! 🙂 Thanks for posting…..can you do some videos too?

  8. 2 would probably work. just cut them a little shorter and only make two layers. 🙂

  9. It was really quick and easy. I think it was the easiest thing I’ve made that turned out that cute.

  10. I know I was going to let her wear her mary janes but couldn’t find them so I grabbed the boots and I Love how the turned out!

  11. I love craft supplies! I would probably let my daughter play with some and donate some to my kids’ schools!

  12. What a great giveaway! I would use the craft supplies in purses and headbands for my daughter. She loves helping create her own things.
    Angel

  13. I think I would make a bracelet with the chevron printed ribbon. Love all the flowers, maybe make some headbands with them. or clips. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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