White Tulle Fabric
- Product ID: TUL54-C01
- Content: 100% Polyester
- Width: 54"
- Length: 40 Yards
Sold: Sold by the Piece
White tulle is a staple for weddings. It’s great for all sorts of wedding decorations, like table skirts, draping, and chair sashes. It can also be used for bridal veils and wedding gowns. Of course, you don’t have to use white tulle for only weddings. It’s also popular for fashion apparel, such as dresses, overskirts, and tutus.
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Does this tulle have the bigger holes like the 6" wide or is it finer, like for veiling? What's the difference from the premium?
BEST ANSWER: The size of the holes in this tulle are about the same size as the holes in the 6" tulle rolls. Both this and the 6" tulle are 100% Polyester and have a slightly "softer" hand than the Premium tulle, which has smaller holes (about half the size) and is 100% Nylon. When I say softer I mean the 100% Polyester tulle is slightly less stiff than the 100% Nylon Premium tulle. As far as uses, any of the 3 would be fine for veiling, but it would depend on the style of veil you were looking for (obviously the 6" tulle wouldn't be appropriate for a floor-length veil). We also suggest Russian netting if you're looking for more options. We also carry petticoat netting if you need something more rigid, though the petticoat netting isn't typically used for veils, more so for adding volume underneath a skirt or a dress. Everything but the 6" tulle roll is available as a sample if you'd like to see and feel for yourself, but keep in mind the 6" tulle is basically identical to this tulle, except it's only 6" wide!
how long would i need if i was to make maxi skirts for 10 people?
BEST ANSWER: It depends on how full you want the skirts to be or if it's used under fabric or as a tulle skirt?If it's under fabric, anywhere from 3-5 yards for each skirt will give a little bit of fluff. If you're making a tulle skirt anywhere from 5-10 yards for each skirt. Again this all depends on how big you want it to be.
What is the difference in the white premium and white tulle? I need a lot to drape around columns for a wedding. I. plan to use white lights inside the draping
BEST ANSWER: The regular tulle is polyester and the premium is nylon. The premium tulle is popular for dresses and skirts and the regular is great for event decorations.
I am looking for fabric to use for drapery and curtains at my wedding. Is this the fabric I should use or is there another that would be better? What is the best way to attach it to wood?
BEST ANSWER: Tulle and chiffon are very popular for those applications. We recommend ordering samples to be sure that it will work for your project.
I am making ceiling drapery for my daughters wedding, is tulle the fabric I would use?