Tulle Skirt

Do you want a really girlish skirt? Sew this Tulle Skirt!
A woman’s nature is a woman’s nature, it will always stick out. It didn’t help to remove all pink colour from my wardrobe; my little Anu always chooses the most girlish style. Yesterday, just out of the blue, she put on my high heels! What a cute view! I wonder who she took it after:) Looking at my walk-in closet you’ll find a lot of Ombre T-shirts or jeans. I usually choose casual style, maybe it’s high time I started looking for some more female clothes.

The first extremely girlish project which caught my eye was Tulle Skirt. Janssen of Everyday Reading sewed for it herself. Tulle is usually used for bridal veils and scarves, but it’s also ideal when you want to wear something more fluffed. As I don’t consider myself a master dress maker, I can only guess the tulle can make certain problems so when I decide to make this skirt I’ll strictly follow Janssen’s tutorial. I’ve already chosen the colour.

How about your colour taste? Would you go for soft pastel or aggressive red? Drop me a line!

Check out the tutorial on Everyday Reading.

What you need:


  • Scissors
  • Pins
  • Sewing machine
  • Thread

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Soft tulle
  • Lining
  • Elastic
  • Yard stick
  • Butcher paper


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