No Sew Highchair Tutu

February 28, 2012 by Jenny Melrose
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So I’ve gotten a ton of questions about Riley’s highchair tutu that I made for her Minnie Mouse 2nd Birthday, which you can find all the other details for her birthday here.  The greatest part about this tutu was that there is no sewing involved!  It is clearly not meant for everyday use, but it makes a great tutu after the party to include in the dress up clothes.

No Sew Highchair Tutu

No Sew Highchair Tutu for Birthday Party

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  • Our Seven Dwarfs

    This is adorable! Thanks for inviting me to your blog!

    Jill of

  • Jennifer Goodin

    love the tu tu high chair! every little girl needs this!

  • CrazyNutsMom

    what a little fashionista. That is a cute idea for a wonderful birthday and whenever!

    Following you via linky.


  • Mindie Hilton

    what a little tutu diva 🙂

  • Katie Goldsworthy

    That is sooo adorable!!!

    Thanks for linking it up @ Creatively Living!

  • Holly

    OMG this is such a precious idea!! It is beautiful- thank you for sharing 🙂 Holly @ Pink Lady

  • Our Delightful Home

    This is too cute!

    Mrs .Delightful

  • Jennifer~My Vintage Bliss

    This is such a cute idea ~ love it!!

  • FineArtPainting

    this is pretty creative!!

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  • Alison @ Oopsey Daisy

    I like your style!! Even a high chair deserves a good dress up for a birthday! This is so cute! Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

  • Carrie @ My Favorite Finds

    I made a gift table tutu for my daughter's birthday in October. It was so easy and cute. Yours turned out adorable!

  • sstone

    What a great party decoration. It's so cute!

  • Christine

    Honestly… this is really super cute!!! I wish I would have seen this when my girlies were younger!

    I really hope you'll be sharing this over at The DIY Dreamer:

  • Tamika Rybinski

    what a cute idea. I think it looks so fun and girly!

    I found you on Happy Hour Projects.


  • Mama Jodi

    Love this idea for young birthday parties. Almost makes me want to have another little girl…almost. 😉

  • Cari and Cortnee @ Two Sasters

    Looks SO cute!! I love that you made it so that she could wear it later! Happy 2nd Birthday Riley! And thank you for sharing at Two Sasters:)

  • Deana

    How cute….Thanks for linking up @CountryMommaCooks…..have a wonderful week:)

  • Carrie

    Very cute, Jenny!! Thank you for sharing it at Sharing Saturday!! We look forward to seeing you share again next week!

  • Steph @ Crafting in the Rain

    How cute and fluffy!

  • Jessica @ Stay at Home-ista

    Such a fun idea for a little girl's birthday! I just threw a party for a friend's 1 year old this morning, I wish I had seen this two days ago.

  • Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon

    SWEET!!! Love the pink tulle!!! She looks like quite a little princess! Thank you for sharing at Uncommon! Bonnie 😉

  • Trish - Mom On Timeout

    So adorable! What a great way to add some fun to a high chair 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing on Mom On Timeout!

  • Natasha Mairs

    this is just so cute!

    Thanks for linking up to Serenity Saturday!
    Can't wait to see what you link up this weekend

    Natasha xx

  • OwlPrincess

    How did you attach the tutu around the high chair? I'm having trouble with mine!

  • Jenny @ The NY Melrose Family

    I used velcro that had a sticky side that I stuck onto her tray. So I put one piece of the velcro on the tray in multiple spots and then I put the other side on the outside of the tutu in the corresponding spot to match up with the tray. I tried to email you back, but you're a no-reply commenter.

  • key1

    That’s a test.

  • Tammy

    Thank you so much for sharing this!! I was figuring that I would have to use velcro to keep it down on the tray but wasn’t sure. It looked so cute! Great job 🙂

    • Jenny Melrose

      Thanks so much Tammy. I was and still am so proud of that highchair tutu. Riley wears it now as a tutu.

  • Lindsey

    How did you attach the skirt to the highchair? I feel like tape wouldn’t stay. HELP!

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  • sue hartshorn

    hi is there any instructions on how to make the highchair tutu plz

    • Jenny Melrose

      Are you not seeing the rest of the pictures showing how to attach the highchair tutu? If you’re looking for how to make a tutu then you’ll need to click on the tutu tutorial that is linked within the post.

  • Jen

    So adorable! I need to make one for my princess’ 1st birthday!

  • Connie Robite

    It may be cute. ? But can you imagine cleaning it after every meal. ?.. not worth it. ?.

  • Helena

    I was wondering how you tie off the sides so the tulle doesn’t slip off?

  • Michelle Schaffel

    Hi, love the tutu high chair cover. Wanted to know if you’d make one for me, how much you’d charge? My daughter will be 1 on July 1st but with an almost 3 year old boy and a business, right now I rarely have time to pee! Just curious if you’d even consider making one. I’d need a true turquoise like the purple one, no ribbon needed. You could mail to me- I’m in PA. Let me know thanks!

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  • Caitlin

    What do I do with the elastic ends of the highchair tutu when I’m done?

  • Cathy

    I plan on making this for my granddaughters first birthday. Just one question. How long did you cut each piece of tulle?

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