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“I have made TONS of these! They are so quick to make. They are perfect for making matching daddy/son sets.”
Are you making cute matching outfits for your kids? Don't leave Daddy out!!
Now you can make a tie for Dad to match the kids. No one wants to be left out, even Daddy's. Buy his favorite team or hobby fabric to create a fun & unique tie that he could be proud to wear. This tie would be great for Grandpas, Uncles and Big Brothers too.
-Full size pattern
-One size fits most
-Detail step by step pictured instructions include: 10 pages, 20 pictures
-Easy and Fast, most can be made in under one hour!
-1 yard of fun cotton fabric.
-1/4 yard of lining or use leftover scraps of tie fabric.
-1 yard light weight interfacing.
-Matching thread & large safety pin.
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The sizing of this pattern did seem off to me but it was easy to alter. Super easy to follow and make.
I have made TONS of these! They are so quick to make. They are perfect for making matching daddy/son sets.
So quick & easy to make!! The pattern pieces didn't line up exactly but easily corrected. The directions are clear and easy to understand for any level of experience. I had no issues with fit in the final product at all. My husband is average size, ties made with this pattern fit him perfectly.
LOVE this Easy Tie Pattern!! Even Young Sewists can make this!! I have even adjusted the length to fit very Tall men who are like 6"3 and above!! No clown ties for them!
really easy and fast to make. I used this pattern for the boys who were in my daughters 15th debutant ball. It was great to be able to make them their ties, because the colors my daughter chose for her theme were a bit hard to find in in bold colors!
LOVE This!!! So easy to make!! Made up 6 matching ones for my sisters wedding and one for the ring bearer from the little boys pattern!!!
Quick, easy sew to have Dad match my boys. I bought both patterns and was pleased with both.
My recipients love their ties, so that's a good review in my book!
I love that i can make this pattern for my husband and sons, but I had to add almost 6 inches to make it long enough for my hubby. It's probably best to measure the man you're making it for before you cut out the fabric just to be safe
This is great instructions on making the tie. I did have to add some length to it to fit my husbands neck and he's an average size guy.
I absolutely love the boys tie pattern. LOVE. Not as big a fan of the dad's tie. Finished it was 7" shorter than any of my husband's other ties. (He normally gets regular ties, so nothing special.) So all that work, and it didn't even fit. (It's actually an inch longer than the 8-10 year old tie I made my son. Very disappointing. And when you're cutting on the bias...that's a LOT of fabric being wasted.) It didn't even have a clear spot to lengthen the tie. So I had to kinda guess. (If I wanted to do that I wouldn't have bought a pattern.) Be aware: According to wikipedia, the average man's tie is 57" inches. This one is NOT. But like I said, the boys tie pattern is GREAT!
This pattern was easy to follow. I made matching ties for my husband and sons. I did have to make some adjustments though- as it says- "one size fits most". I had to add almost 18 inches of length to make it long enough for my husband- he has a 20" neck.
Another great pattern from Patchwork Kids- now I can make matching ties for my husband and sons! It was a hit at Christmas. So easy to make- great instructions
I have always been wary of making a tie. It is cut on the bias and I just knew that I would somehow end up with a tie that was all out of shape. The step by step instructions were great and the tie I made is fabulous. Now I have to buy the tie for boys. What could be better than Daddy and me ties?