How To Make A Slip Knot Tutu

How To Make A Slip Knot Video - The Ribbon Retreat BlogHow much do you love tutus? How much do you love your cute little girlees in tutus?

If you answered LOTS and LOTS to either of these questions…I have a HUGE treat for you today. Our featured video is full of fluffy fun…it’s all about making the most awesome Slip Knot Tutu!

This tutu makes a HUGE statement of nothing but cute, cute, cute and is so easy to make for all of your ballerinas and princesses! You can also easily change the look of these tutus by simply changing the color of tulle you use. The Ribbon Retreat also carries FABulous glimmer tulle that will bling out this tutu in no time. 🙂

To make this tutu, all you need is some of our terrific tulle, elastic, and a plastic hanger. Easy enough right?!? This video is awesome. I can’t wait to share…

Happy Viewing!

Isn’t this tutu awesome? Just imagine how excited your sweet little girl will be when you hand her this adorable tutu. Or can you imagine how excited she would be if you threw her a ballerina or princess party and made one of these adorable tutus for all of her cute little friends? I can’t believe how sweet that picture would be…a whole bunch of little girls in their fun fluffy and frilly tutus! Funnnnnn!

If you loved this video…I know you will also love our other featured videos from previous weeks. Check them out!

How To Attach A Gerber Daisy To A Clip
Double Ruffle Bow
Two Color Twisted Bow
Two-Loop Topper Bow
Twisted Boutique Bow
Inside Out Bow
Side Loop Bow
Tails Down Bow
Pinwheel Bow
Basic Boutique Bow

Thank you for sharing video day with us! I hope you have been as inspired as I have and are already started on your tutu creations!

Happy Creating!
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  1. Heather Gunter
    Posted June 20, 2013 at 7:53 am | Permalink

    I would like the written instructions on different sizes. Where do I find that? She mentioned in the tutu video about different lengths of elastic for different sizes.


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