Sparkly Tulle Skirt DIY - Sewing in a Flash
It's Opening Night of The Nutcracker Ballet.
You are Scheduled to Sell Nutcrackers at the Ballet Guild Table.
But Oh Dear, You Have Nothing Sparkly and Enchanting to Wear.
And It’s 4 Hours to Showtime.
Don’t Despair. I’ve Got You Covered.
Literally. In Gold and Tulle!
The Fabric is Gold Thread on Black Tulle. Sheer with a Scallop Hem. 2 Yards. From Joann’s.
Follow Along on the DIY to Create Your Short, Kicky Fancy Skirt.
Super Sonic Fast and Easy. 30 Minutes Start to Finish.
Keep the Fabric Folded in Half. 2 Yards Makes a Full Skirt.
Sew the Cut Ends. French Seams Up the Dressmaker Look.
This is the Back Seam of the Skirt. You’ve created a Glittery Tulle Tube.
Doubling the Fabric Makes the Skirt Less Sheer.
The Scallop Edge is the Hem.
Take a Quick Green Tea Break. You’ve Got this.
Hang to Get All the Wrinkles Out.
Add a Velvet Top. Back Velvet Bow Closure.
Whoops. Gotta Run. No Time for a Finished How-Do -I-Look Photo…
Enjoy the Magic. 🙂
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Hi Rachel - thanks! This fabric is beautiful and fun - a great combo!