Halloween: No Sew Pumpkin Tutu

Halloween: Pumpkin Tutu Costume {Tutorial}

Halloween: Pumpkin Tutu Costume {Tutorial}

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Never know that cutting and tying tulle into tutu dress is such an easy task before making this Halloween Pumpkin tutu costume for my daughter.

It is, again, a quick and easy Halloween costume to make and can be completed in less than a day if you have all the materials on hand. Tulle is easily available at craft store and they are not expensive to buy. Feel the texture and get the soft type so that it is more comfortable to wear. I used 10 yards of tulle to make this knee length pumpkin tutu dress, you will need lesser for younger toddler and for shorter pumpkin tutu. Also, it can be adapted into a skirt tutu instead of dress.

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  2. So pretty, and so girly!! I love the layers of tulle for the pumpkin!!

    I linked to your tutorial over at Craft Gossip Sewing:
    http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-easy-sew-pumpkin-tutu-costume-for-little-girls/2010/10/19/

    –Anne

  3. Oh my God! Seriously you are my hero. I love it! Can’t wait till my 4 yr old daughter comes home from school and show her the costume.

  4. Super original y muy lindo trabajo.
    Besos.

    Translation (by Google):
    Super cute and very original work.
    Besos.

  5. Aww, I LOVE this! It’s so pretty! Thanks so much for this, I’ll be linking.

  6. Hopefully this isn’t a duplicate comment, but I just couldn’t bear the idea of you not hearing my thoughts! This is a fabulous project — age and weather appropriate. She is absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. I love this, I just located it on Pinterest and I would love for you to link this project up on my site to share with my other lovely followers. http://mommynmeblog.com/2012/09/perfect-pumpkin-week/

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  11. Made a version of this today for my 2 yr old who has a Halloween party at nursery on Weds. It’s a fantastic idea and has worked brilliantly. I got a piece of wide elastic and after knotting on the tulle strips (alternate orange and a golden colour) I fitted it to her chest measurement and attached Velcro to fasten. Instead of a halt-neck style strap, as she’s a little younger, I’ve actually used the green ribbon for shoulder straps, attached to the band the same way as the tulle and tied on the shoulders in simple bows. We found giant black buttons for eyes which I have simply threaded onto 2 of the tulle strips at the right spacing and tied behind, so that none of the other little ones can get them off to eat! Just got to find a hairband to cover with remaining tulle, make some felt leaves and do the nose and mouth and we’re all set. Thanks for a great idea!! I’ve enjoyed making it as much as she is enjoying already wearing it!

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