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My love of sewing and designing clothing for my children has lead to the creation of Pink Poodle Bows/ Pink Poodle Patterns! In addition to being a pattern maker, I am also a wife, mother of three ...

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The Baby Tutu Skirt

from Pink Poodle Bows
(9) Name: 'Sewing : The Baby Tutu Skirt
The Baby Tutu Skirt
The Baby Tutu Skirt
The Baby Tutu Skirt
The Baby Tutu Skirt
The Baby Tutu Skirt

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Straight Stitch
  • Zig Zag stitch
  • baste/ gathering stitch (also taught in tutorial)

Pattern Description:

The Baby Tutu Skirt
sizes 0 months -12 months

This is an adorable skirt for babies! This skirt is designed to be shorter and worn over a onsie. Keep it simple without the tulle, or dress it up with one or two layers of tulle! A standard 6" roll of tulle works perfectly for this baby tutu skirt!

This pdf pattern includes a measurement chart if you are comfortable cutting your fabric with a rotary cutter/mat and...it also includes printable pattern pieces that you can print from your home printer on regular 8.5"x11" paper!

This is a quick project to sew, and fun to give at baby showers! Many color photos and step by step instructions are included.

These are downloadable instructions and pattern for making an item. .

All designs are created by Pink Poodle Bows. You are more than welcome to sell the finished product in small quantities. No mass production on a large scale. Duplicating or distributing any part of this pattern is prohibited. Please give Pink Poodle Bows credit for the design.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Sizes included are: 0-3m, 3-6m, 6m-9m, 9m-12m
  • all pattern pieces, measurement charts, and fabric amounts are included on the file


  • sewing machine
  • thread
  • iron
  • lightweight cotton fabric
  • (option) 6" roll of tulle
  • pins
  • two safety pins
  • scissors
  • 1/2" elastic
  • ruler/measuring tape/ or rotary cutter and mat

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