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Bridal Sewing & Craft  Projects

Project provided courtesy of:

Wyla, Inc.  ©

Tulle Wedding and Bridal Shower Decorations

Tulle Wedding Pews

Materials

  • Wyla's Tulle on the bolt or by the yard
  • Wire-edged ribbon for bows: 3 yards per bow (for a 4-loop bow with tails)
  • Ivy and either silk or live flowers
  • Florist wire

This project is specific to a particular brand of sewing machine, notion, fabric and/or supply. However, the project may be easily adapted to other brands.

Directions

1. Make as many bows as needed for pews. Attach ivy and either silk or live flowers to bows with florist wire.

2. Drape tulle on each pew allowing 1-1/2 to 2 yards per pew. Attach to pew using rubber bands or florist wire. Note: if using 54" or wider tulle, cut in half lengthwise.

3. Attach bows and flowers to pews with florist wire.

Tulle Bridal Shower Decorations

Materials

  • Wyla's Tulle on the bolt or by the yard
  • Wire-edged ribbon for bows: 3 yards per bow (for a 4-loop bow with tails)
  • Ivy and either silk or live flowers
  • Florist wire

Directions

1. Wrap "guest of honor chair" with tulle (if using 54" or wider tulle, cut in half lengthwise) and tie into bow.

2. Make bow with ribbon and add flowers and ivy. Attach bow to chair with florist wire.

3. Use additional tulle to wrap presents or a centerpiece. Tulle can also be added to gift bags as fillers, or cut tulle into circles or squares and wrap favors. 

Tulle Staircase Decorations

Materials

  • Wyla's Tulle on the bolt or by the yard
  • Wire-edged ribbon
  • Ivy and either silk or live flowers
  • Florist wire

Directions

1. Loosely drape tulle around staircase banister, starting at top and ending in a flowing "pool" of tulle at the bottom.

2. Make bows with flowers and ivy and attach to banister spaced evenly along entire length.

 

6/06
 

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