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Making a Tutu Step 9:  Once all the layers have been sewn on, we tie-up the top three layers so that we can insert the hoop into the 4th layer  Oregon Ballet Theatre: News from the Costume Shop...

Making a Tutu Step 9: Once all the layers have been sewn on, we tie-up the top three layers so that we can insert the hoop into the 4th layer Oregon Ballet Theatre: News from the Costume Shop...

Att göra en tutu - How to make a tutu - The Swedish Royal Ballet's costume department shows you

Att göra en tutu - How to make a tutu - The Swedish Royal Ballet's costume department shows you

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Parents and Kids: 3 Ways To Do Ballet Together

Designer Rae Smith has created four new tutu designs for The Prince of the Pagodas, with most appearing in the story’s central journey through environments representing Earth, Air, Fire and Water. Fire is the only element not to feature the classic ballerina dress, with dancers instead dressed in vibrant red leotards. However there are two air-borne designs, representing both clouds and stars.

Designer Rae Smith has created four new tutu designs for The Prince of the Pagodas, with most appearing in the story’s central journey through environments representing Earth, Air, Fire and Water. Fire is the only element not to feature the classic ballerina dress, with dancers instead dressed in vibrant red leotards. However there are two air-borne designs, representing both clouds and stars.

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