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Fuzzy Trim Tutu Tutorial, release date set!

The tutorial on how to make your very own fuzzy/furry trim tutu will be released on August 10th as part of Sugar Bee's guest blogger extravaganza.  I am very excited to have the opportunity to be a guest poster on Mandy's wonderful blog! 


This tutu is going to Samster's tutu drive.  It worked up incredibly quick in under an hour {and that is with me cutting the ribbon casing fabric completely wrong the first time, LOL}! 

All you need to create this tutu is a yard of fun light-weight fabric {I used a chiffon leopard print that I couldn't resist at Hobby Lobby}, two yards of a fuzzy trim {found this one by the feather boas}, ribbon, matching thread for needle and bobbin, and length of coordinating fabric to make your ribbon casing from.

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