Many of the general posts are missing but the basic "How to Make a Ballet Tutu" is back! Most of the images are in as well.
For ten years I have provided FREE information on How to Make a Ballet Tutu and have answered all readers questions in a timely fashion or directed them to someone who could.
A group of malicious hackers has now destroyed four websites and last weekend took down the entire network. I have spent thousand of dollars addressing these issues and countless hours.
I am for the first time in ten years, considering an advertising program. I have chosen a target company that truly believe could be a REASONABLY PRICED enhancement to your endeavors.
The costs for security and constantly addressing these hacker issue has just become too much for me.
Thank you for understanding and I hope someday I can share my email address and answer your questions without having to endure the most horrific of harassment.
Lee Ann Torrans
TutuToday was the Fourth hacker destroyed site since January 7, 2012.
Over the weekend of July 6, 2012, they took the entire network down.
On July 6, 2012, this IP address hit each and every site:
That night, every site, this IP address hit went down.
If anyone can help trace these or figure this out, I would appreciate it.
This is extremely destructive and wildly expensive to address, again, and again, and again.
Group of Hackers:
If you can trace these IP addresses these are some of the hackers:
184.108.40.206 - this one is trying right now.
220.127.116.11 - routed from Los Angeles July 4, 2012
Lee Ann Torrans
July 9, 2012
A tutu should be the physical embodiment of visual splendor for the audience and provide delight and elation for the dancer.
A tutu should capture the essence of the ballet and enhance and reflect the beauty of the dancer.
Costuming for the ballet is an endeavor which stretches far beyond the creation of a tutu.
July 10, 2012
com/how-to-make-a-tutu-intro/the-frills-lee-ann-torrans/ How Much Fabric for the Frills For a ten layer tutu you can use up to 120 yards of tulle and net.
A hoop layer is made from two pieces of tulle sewn together at the eight layer of netting The skirt of the tutu is made up of the layers of frills.