There’s no need to spend a fortune on fancy costumes when it’s so easy to make a fun and unique cowgirl tutu from tulle and bandanas. Yeehaw!
Cowgirl Halloween Costume
By Emma Jeffery
- Ideal for cutting tight patterns and intricate details on a wide range of fabrics or making quick thread snips
- High-grade, precision-ground, stainless-steel blades offer a lasting sharp edge that cuts all the way to the tip
- Double-loop handle accommodates right- and left-handed users
- Length: 3.9"
- Lifetime warranty
- Small Detail Scissors (4")
- Ideal for cutting a wide variety of material including silk, denim and multiple layers of fabric
- Proprietary blade grinding technique provides a lasting sharp edge that cuts all the way to the tip
- Specially formulated Swedish stainless steel blades will not rust or dull
- Innovative blade design provides superior cutting performance with less force
- Ergonomic handles are sculpted to fit your hand, maximizing comfort, sensitivity and control
- Length: 8"
- Proudly made in Finland based on a 360-year tradition of craftsmanship
- Lifetime warranty
- Seamstress Scissors (8")
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Perfectly sized for quick snips and detailed cutting.
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Elastic for waistband
To make the tutu, simply trim a length of 1” wide elastic to comfortably fit around the waist of your little cowgirl and sew the two ends together.
Next, take some store bought bandanas, open them up and press them with an iron. I refolded my bandanas with the center of the cloth forming a point. This helps to make them hang nicely from the tutu.
Sew the tips of the bandanas to the elastic waistband at even intervals. I alternated the colors.
Cut lengths of tulle with your shears. Each length should be about 8” wide.
Tie the tulle in knots around the elastic. This technique is much quicker than sewing and helps to create a comfortable, tidy waistband.
Pair the cowgirl skirt with a simple tee and tie a bandana around her neck. Don’t forget the cowboy hat!