A new company has just started manufacturing the Tutu Hooping.
Amazing job and good quality product.
With higher manufacturing costs and customs, duties etc it has become quite costly to import.
My mark up is minimal on this product. Rolls are discounted.
Please see the Hooping in the Shop section–Boning and Tutu Hooping
The hooping allows the skirt to be folded and then spring back when opened.
For shipping and storage purposes this is helpful.
A 2.00 m – 2.20m piece will hoop a 13″ skirt based on a 15 year old small adult size. (always check your own skirt as sizes can differ)
An 10 metre roll should give you enough hooping for 5 Tutu skirts if using around 2.00m per Tutu.
The difference in the old hooping and the new hooping is the plastic used to coat the wire.
As it is Polymer based (nylon) it can be dyed to match your skirt. Use an acid dye.
I have not yet tested the dyeing of the hooping but can pass information along to anyone interested.
Double strand spring steel wire coated in nylon.
10% discount on specific current net qualities running from the 9th August until the 31st August 2016.
This is a sale of 10% discount applied with a Coupon at the end of your shopping. Just apply the Coupon on checkout — august net sale
Italian 40 Denier 3 metre wide
Italian net 60 Denier wide 3 metre wide
English Super Stiff net 1.5 m and 3 m wide
Stiff net 27 gsm Finer
Cotton Bobbinette – Tutu panty
Some colours might not be available ( if sold out during the sale) until the new deliveries come in and you will then be notified.
If the coupon applied to your cart for some reason miscalculates I will re adjust and notify you.
Shipping might have to be adjusted on larger orders and a new Pay pal invoice sent. You then have the option of cancelling or continuing with your order.
If there are any problems as decimals on discounts might cause a checkout issue then just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shade of Blues seem to be popular this season.
Popular colours are beautiful Aqua shades to Powder Blue, Peacock to turquoise, Wedgwood Blue to Laguna, Navy to Royal.
That’s not to say they are the only ones this season as the usual Reds and Blacks , Golds and Ivories and Silver and Whites have been made.
It would be interesting to hear if Blue colours were popular all over.