A 1.80 m – 2.00 m piece should hoop a 13″ skirt based on a 15 year old small adult size depending–Check your size before ordering.
Price fluctuations will occur due to current exchange rates at the time.
A 10 metre roll should give you enough hooping for 5 Tutu skirts if using around 2 m per Tutu.
The difference in the old hooping and the new hooping is the plastic used to coat the wire. The nylon coating is slightly thicker.
Strong tin snips are needed to cut through the hooping.
As it is Polymer based (nylon) it can be dyed to match your skirt. Use an acid dye.
Rit dye does not dye Black and dark colours. Use an Industrial Acid dye for solid nylon.
Dye racks are available for holding the hooping to then dye in a pot. £15.00 each.
These are 10″ (25 cm approx.) long. Made from Industrial grade steel.
Small racks to hold hooping for a Tutu skirt.
Your hooping can match the Tutu netting if so desired.
Tutu hooping for skirts and petticoats.
Double strand spring steel wire coated in nylon.
Width is just under a 1 cm–(0.95 cm) or 3/8 ”
You will need around 2.0 – 2.30 m for a 14″ skirt depending on hip size. ( this includes an overlap of about 4″)
Around 1.80 m – 2 m for a 10 year old skirt—measure first as different size hips make the skirt smaller or bigger.
A 15″ skirt could use about 2.5m hooping depending.
To join overlap hooping by about 4″ (10 cm ) and bind with strong electrical tape.