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Want to make a fantastic funky, loopy hair bow for your little one or for sale? This detailed e-book will teach you all you need to know, with a professional layout, easy-to-read descriptions and great photographs! Learn how to make these bows on barrettes, double-prong pinch clips, hard headbands, and even on flip flops! This book, with 34 pages and more than 100 detailed photos, also contains a chart with exact measurements for different sizes of this bow. In addition, there are detailed instructions on adding embellishments, such as marabou and buttons.
This book is perfect for beginners or for established bow-makers looking for new techniques!
*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making bows. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Great Instructions! Easy to follow, make beautiful bows with these instructions!
I love this bow! Great instructions and so easy to make.
I love love love funky loopy bows especially on a headband love making ooak 't say enough good are very easy to so much!!
Adorable finished products and wonderful instructions.
LOVE this pattern. So great. I was paying a fortune for bows like this and I"m saving so much money now. Thanks!!
Beautiful, well written easy to follow instructions! Of the hundreds of instructions I have purchased I have to say this is one of the first times I felt I got more then what I pd for. The photos are a professional quality, the step by step instructions even a beginner can follow. Hopefully this designer will continue to make new instructions! Thank you for providing a quality product.
Love these bow instrutions. Plese try these. I know when I was reading I was like huh but as soon as I strated making them I was OHH that makes perfect sense now. The designer take the time to show you the easiest feaster way to way these bows. She even tells you the other ways to do if you wish to try.
Variety of sizes of grosgrain and/or satin ribbon, 6-inch wide tulle, other embellishments including ric-rac, yarn or marabou, French barrettes with holes on both ends, double-pronged pinch clips with holes on the pinch mechanism, 24-gauge jewelry/craft wire and wire cutters, size 80 perle cotton thread, size 18 darning needle, hot glue gun and glue sticks, ruler, scissors, liquid fray sealant/lighter/heat-sealing tool, and 5/16" dowel rods and wooden clothespins for making korked ribbon.
Photos and text copyright Deanna D. McCool and Birdsong Bows 2011. All rights reserved in this original work. No part of this publication, including text and photos, may be reproduced or transmitted in any for without the expressed written permission of the author.