- 2 rectangles of fabric (2''x3'' works well to start) Note: I use 1/8'' seam allowance. If you prefer larger, you might want a bit bigger rectangle.
- Sewing Machine
- Sewing Needing and thread (there is only a tad of hand sewing-- and it doesn't have to be pretty!)
|Hint: Sew together like this so you don't have to worry about corners when you turn it right side out!|
|For some reason, I couldn't get a good pic of my actual sewing. These are my mad Picnik skills.|
Hand stitch the twist in place by sewing on the back of the bow. Feed the needle in and out making sure to catch just the inner layer of the front of the bow. When the bow's twist feels secure, you are golden! Just tie off a couple knots, trim the ends, and you are done! If you want to make into a hair bow, just hot glue it (or sew it) to the clip of your choice! I hot glued the green one above to an alligator clip. I am going to dew some on a dress for Lil'bug one of these days, too. Possibilities are endless!