UPDATE: (10-21-2014) I need to update where I buy my supplies because my tulle supplier shut down a while back as many of you have noticed. For Tulle I found the Tulle Shop to be the cheapest. However Shipping will get you. It looks like The shipping is flat rate $12 where you buy one roll or 10 rolls of tulle so keep on eye on shipping cost! Tulle Shop. For crochet tops Halo Heaven has them pretty cheap and almost always have promotional discounts. You can sign up for there email list, I always get emails about free shipping, for % off total order. For those really cool lined tutu tops, they are the cheapest I have found, however they go fast! They are 3.00 for the smaller lined tops and 4.75 for the larger tops. For their non-lined 8 in tops they range rom 20 cents to 1.05 depending on color. Halo Heaven shipping is flat rate $10 OR spend $30 and shipping is FREE! When all else fails and I can’t find what I need I resort to etsy. But ONLY as a last resort because craft supplies are almost ALWAYS over charged there. I hope this update helps! Also Thanks for all the comments about location.
UPDATE: I wanted to take minute and share with you where I buy my tutu materials. Living over seas I dont have very many options, so I buy everything online. These are the 2 websites I use most often for tutu supplies. If you can Find one cheaper please share! Thanks Crochet Waistbands/Tops and
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If you have any comments or suggestions please leave them. Let me know what you think I could have done differently. This is my first tutorial. If I can do it, anyone can do it! You see how easy it is to make a no sew tutu so get out there and give it a try. Stop buying those over priced tutu’s and make one yourself!
I have had a few ask how I made the top above. I DID not make that top. I bought it as is from the link mentioned above. The top below is the closest thing I got to “making” the top. Below I combined a light pink 1 1/2 inch headband with a 4 in top. Held them together with a piece of ribbon (all I did was weave to ribbon in and out all the way around) Once I go to the back a made a small knot holding the ribbon in place.