Tulle (54") Fabric

Tulle (54") Fabric

Content: 100% Polyester
Width: 54"
Bolt: 40 yards
Thickness: 0.14 mm (approx.)
Weight: 10 GSM, 16oz per bolt (approx.)


Tulle fabric is a lightweight, crisp netting fabric that is see-through and available in a variety of vibrant colors. Woven from 100% Polyester fibers, Tulle fabric weighs approximately 0.13oz per linear yard. Light and airy, Tulle fabric holds its’ shape well and can be used to add volume and texture to any garment or project. Manufactured exclusively by Fabric Wholesale Direct, this high-quality Tulle fabric is available at our listed wholesale prices by the bolt with no minimums.

How to Use

Graceful and stylish, Tulle fabric can be used for apparel such as veils, gowns, skirts, lingerie, dancewear, costumes and SEW much more. Additionally, add some flair to your accessories using tulle fabric; some ideas are, hats, bows, and flowers.
Tulle fabric is also wonderful to use for elegant décor applications. Draperies, window treatments, table accents, and gift bags are just some of the projects that can be crafted with Tulle fabric. The only limit to what can be done with Tulle fabric is your imagination.

Care Instructions

Machine Washable & Dryable; Avoid High Heat.

Frequently Asked Questions for Tulle (54")

What is Tulle fabric?

Tulle fabric is an elegant netting fabric that has been popularly used for all types of apparel and crafts including wedding veils, tutus, event decorations and more.

What is tulle fabric made of?

Tulle fabric can be made from any fiber, but is most commonly made from polyester, nylon, or silk.

How to dye Tulle fabric?

Tulle fabric can easily be dyed. Silk Tulle fabric can be dyed by using almost any dye, including food coloring. Nylon tulle fabric can be dyed by using acid dye or disperse dye. Polyester tulle fabric can be dyed, but only by using disperse dye. Fabric dyes can easily be purchased online or at your local arts & crafts store.

How to sew tulle fabric?

Tulle fabric is very easy to sew. When cutting patterns from tulle fabric, it is recommended to draw the pattern on a piece of paper attached to the fabric as a guide before cutting. Tulle fabric is a net fabric and drawing patterns on the fabric may not be possible. Secondly, when sewing with Tulle fabric it is advised to use tissue paper or seam binding when sewing seams to increase stability. Lastly, use longer stitches when sewing with Tulle fabric to avoid bunching and uneven stitching.

Tulle (54")