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Embroidered Tulle

159 US$per one running metre
SKU: 00065827


Composition: 80% Polyester20% Polyamide
Weight:53 g/m²
Width:90 cm
Manufacturer:Solstiss Sa
Suitable For:Finishing & Separate Garments


This sheer black tulle fabric is embroidered with satin stitch bows in a light blue color. Fine and delicate, this lightweight tulle is a designer's dream as it provides infinite possibilities for a creative mind. It sets a playful mood made into see-through dress details, a skirt overlay or an intriguing top.

What is Tulle?

Tulle is a delicate fabric with a hexagonal weave that can be made of a variety of fibers. It owns its name to the French town of Tulle where it first appeared in the 18 th century. Mostly lightweight and extremely sheer, it is a popular choice for overlays and apparel accents. It gives extra volume to any dress or skirt if layered underneath. The properties of tulle, as well as application, depend on the composition. Silk tulle is gauzy and requires several layers to create volume, while cotton tulle material is stronger, has a slightly coarser feel and allows for more structure. The most common uses include:

  • Overlays;
  • Veils;
  • Gloves;
  • Tutu skirts;
  • Dresses;
  • Lingerie;
  • Wedding favors;
  • Embellishments.

Embroidered Tulle Fabric

Embroidery is an intricate work of thread done with a specialized machine or by hand. It makes everything look better and puts a feminine twist on the garment. Embroidering tulle is not an easy matter, given the delicate nature of the fabric. However, when done right, the result is astounding. Satin stitch is one of the most beautiful decorating techniques. Silky and soft to the touch, it creates a raised pattern, adding weight to the oh-so-sheer tulle background.

How to Sew with Tulle

Tulle is a slippery fabric and might be a real challenge if you are a beginner at dressmaking. The good news is that it does not fray, so the edges can be left raw. Here are some basic tips for sewing with tulle that can help you turn it into a fabulous piece of clothing.

  1. Prepare your sewing tools and notions in advance – scissors, threads, needles, pins, a measuring tape and a sewing pattern.
  2. Tulle can be steamed or dry-cleaned. Cotton tulle might be pre-washed, however, this fabric does not shrink, so there is really no need for special treatment. Use a scrap of fabric to test if pre-washing works for you.
  3. Tulle tends to accumulate static electricity. This can be avoided by spraying the fabric with anti-static spray.
  4. Make sure the fabric is wrinkle-free. Iron it with care on a low setting, with a pressing cloth (e.g., tissue paper or silk organza). Or, you could also use a special iron shoe.
  5. If you need to secure tulle fabric, use fine pins or pattern weights to keep it in place. You might also attach it to a piece of fabric with pins.
  6. Use regular or tailor’s chalk to mark the fabric. It’s always better to test your marker on a piece of fabric to make sure it removes easily.
  7. Sharp scissors are a key to success. A rotary cutter is another helpful tool when you need to cut a straight line. Make sure you avoid snags when cutting.
  8. Choose the correct machine foot and needle for your sewing machine. Straight stitches and overlock seams are the best. We recommend using fine polyester threads that are lighter in color, otherwise seams can look quite dark. Clear, or invisible, threads are also a great choice for sewing tulle.

Embroidered Tulle Fabric

Embroidered tulle fabric is a luxuriously designed cloth featuring sequins, beads, rhinestones, feathers, elegantly arranged threads or cording stitched onto a tulle backing. It is created by the leading European brands, such as Aldo Bianchi, Ruffo Coli, Forster Rohner, Solstiss, Jakob Schlaepfer, HOH and Sophie Hallette. Produced on the cutting edge machinery, such fabrics come in eye-catching designs and are impeccable from every angle. Sequin, beaded and applique tulle fabrics by Fair Lady are often decorated and embroidered by hand with the most complex décor.

Swiss, Austrian and French tulle fabrics can be laid over solid or printed silk, combined with lace or used for finishing corsets, waists, skirts and hems. Even a narrow strip of embroidered tulle imbues the dress with the vibe of luxury, which speaks volumes for its effect in a complete separate garment. Exclusive and breathtaking, they are regularly chosen by the world's iconic fashion houses.

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Fabric by the Yard: Measurement Conversion

All fabrics on our website are priced by the meter. The term "running meter" or "linear meter" is used in the fabric industry. To convert meters to yards, use the conversion factor 0.9144. In other words,
1 Yard = 0.9144 Meters
1 Metre = 1.0936 Yards

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