I was invited to participate in 14 days of Love organized by Ashley at Cherished Bliss! It’s 14 days of fun from some awesome bloggers! You can check it all out here.
Anyways, I wanted to make something flirty and cute you can wear on your special Valentine’s Date and also use all the time! If you’ve been around see kate sew for a while, you know I love bows! I wear them all the time and they are so easy to make.
This tutorial is for a double bow clip!
Fabric: You’ll just need scraps for this project. I like to use cotton but have used specialty fabrics like lace and silks before and loved the results. Depends what you are going for!
Interfacing: If you’re using cotton, I recommend fusible interfacing to make it a little extra sturdy. I used Pellon lightweight fusible.
Cut out your pieces. You’ll need two rectangles for the bow part and a smaller rectangle for the center of the bow.
I’m the last in this little series, but you can go to the very first post and read through all 14 days! The event started with Desiree at the 36th Avenue.
And there’s a big giveaway at Cherished Bliss that starts tomorrow!
Thanks for inviting me Ashley!
Laurel Ann Walker
This is so adorable! I love it! I can’t wait to make a ton of these in lots of colors for pins and hair clips. Thanks!
Audra @ Once a Mom Always a Cook
Very Cute! My 15 year old, little girl would love this! She is very much into hair accessories, especially bows :)
OMG I love these! So cute! Thanx for sharing, these are fabulous!
adorable! Thanks for sharing, I’m adding this one to my ‘to do’ list!
Jess@craftiness is not optional
LOVE the double bow!
adorable…i am going to have to make some. it looks so easy.
The cutest! I made some earlier this year for a wedding for my little guys, but I LOVE the double bow, clever and so dapper!!
These are so cute Kate! Thank you so much for being a part of the 14 days of Love! : )
wonderful tut! TFS
Such a cute, flirty bow!
oh, is so cute…
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