What are the accepted forms of payment?
We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, Diners Club, JCB, and PayPal.
How long does it take for orders to be shipped?
Tulle and net ship out within 2 - 3 business days. Actual delivery time depends on the destination of the order and your shipping selection.
Do we accept returns or exchange products?
Tulle circles and 108" bolts in their original packaging may be returned for credit or exchange (minus shipping costs) within 7 days of your receipt of order, provided that you contact us first and that we issue a return authorization. We cannot accept returns or exchanges on any products that we roll or cut to width.
Can I get my order by a specific date?
If you need your order by a certain date please let us know by including details as "Special instructions for seller" in the shopping cart.
Where is our tulle made?
All of the tulle we carry is premium tulle made in the USA.
How is tulle fabric packaged?
Our tulle is sold in 25 yard put-ups. Please contact us if you would like information about larger put-ups (50 - 250 yards per spool). Please note that our tulle fabric is light: 25 yards of 54" tulle weighs 1 lb, 75 yards of 54" tulle weighs 3 lbs, 150 yards of 54" tulle weighs 6 lbs, and so forth.
How is net fabric packaged?
Our net is sold on 40 yard (120 feet) put-ups on rolls or bolts. Please contact us if you would like information about larger put-ups or custom widths.
What are the most common uses of tulle fabric?
Our tulle fabric is commonly used to decorate for a special event, including wedding ceremonies and receptions, corporate events, large gala events, and many other special occasions. In addition, tulle is often used to wrap party favors and baskets or as an alternative to tissue paper for filling bags.
Customers who are more inclined toward sewing can use it to make veils, tutus, ballet dresses, childrens dresses, and many other types of apparel.
Many of our customers from the retail trade use our tulle fabric for displaying and packaging their merchandise.
What are the most common uses of net fabric?
Our net fabric is commonly used for scrubbies, party decorations, and gift wrapping.
What is the difference between organza fabric and tulle fabric?
Organza is a woven fabric. Today, most organza is made offshore and is 45" wide. It is usually only available in a limited color range and may be made of polyester, nylon, or other fibers. When slit or cut, the fabric will fray.
Tulle is available in a variety of widths (3” - 54”) in a broad range of colors (over 60). It is made of nylon. It will not fray when cut.
What width tulle should I get to drape a ceiling?
We recommend the widest available (54”), as tulle is very thin and light. It is better to have too much than too little.
How much tulle and what width do I need to make a pew bow?
If you are intertwining a ribbon with the tulle, we recommend tulle that is 6 - 9 inches wide and approximately 5-6 yards long to make a nice full bow with lots of loops. If you are making a pew bow with only tulle, we recommend 5 - 6 yards of tulle that is 12 inches wide.
Standard for the Flammability of Clothing Textiles
Our tulle and net are rated Class 1 according to the standard for the flammability of clothing textiles (CFR Title 16 Part 1610). If you need the fabric to pass a particular test, please advise the test method. We will inform you of the price for testing at an independent lab, and then provide you with a copy of the test report prior to shipping. Testing usually takes 5 - 7 days to complete.