Bow Tie FREE sewing tutorial (3 styles and 3 sizes)

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Bow Tie FREE sewing pattern (3 styles and 3 sizes)

This is the Bow Tie FREE sewing pattern from the designer Heather Handmade. This project comes in three styles and three sizes.

Heather loves making boy-inspired sewing projects. Having a boy first made her fall in love with sewing for boys. 

Bow ties are her favorite thing to make for her son since they are fast and don’t require a lot of fabric. She loves making them in the Spring for an Easter outfit, in the summer for weddings, and in the winter for the holidays.

Heather created this printable bow tie PDF pattern to look like a bow tie that you actually tie on, but it’s just a band that attaches around the neck with Velcro. The styles are all patterned after bow ties that men actually tie on, but you’ll never have to tie them!

She had so much fun creating this bow tie sewing pattern. There were multiple versions and tweaks to get it just right.

Heather’s desire was to make bow ties that look dressy and fancy but are easy to sew and easy to put on. These bow ties are the perfect combination.

Bow Tie FREE sewing pattern (3 styles and 3 sizes)

The three different styles of bows are the butterfly, the rounded club, and the diamond point. The butterfly is the classic rectangular bow tie look. The rounded club is a bow tie with rounded edges. The diamond point is a bow tie with pointed edges.

The neckband comes in three different sizes: small, medium, and large. The small is a toddler size, the medium is a young child, and the large is an older child. Using Velcro for the band makes it adjustable to fit multiple and growing sizes.

What is needed to make a Bow Tie:

Bow Tie FREE sewing pattern (3 styles and 3 sizes)

Choose the bow shape you want and only use that one instead of all three. Heather will demonstrate how to create all three, but you will only be making one.

So the blog post sewing tutorial from Heather is FREE. However, if you want the pattern and tutorial as a PDF download then that option is available, but it will cost you $3.

If you would like to view Heather’s FREE blog post then all you have to do is click on the purple button below. If you want to pay the $3 for the pdf download then you’ll find that option in the same blog post.

Click here for the FREE tutorial

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