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“This tie was easy to make and fit my 5 year old well. It was a bearcat to turn inside out.”
The holidays are just around the corner and this would be a great time to start saving money by making your child a very special necktie. With this PDF pattern you can make 2 ties with just half a yard of fabric, perfect if you have two boys around the ages of 3-8. Plus it will make it easier when it comes time to coordinate their outfits.
This tie can also be paired with my "Kids Summer Shirt" pattern.
PDF pattern includes sizes S-M-L.
This is a great project for someone who has sewn from a pattern before or has taken a sewing class.
Pattern pieces include 1/4" seam allowance (unless otherwise noted).
Patterns are made to be printed on US Letter paper (8.5"x11"), so pattern pieces will need to be assembled as directed in the instructions. You will not be asked to scale to fit or crop any of the pattern pieces; All pattern pieces are at 100% scale. I've also included a "Test Square" to make sure your printer is printing the pattern pieces correctly.
The instructions are broken down into sections and give a detailed step-by-step explanation on how to construct each piece.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and pattern pieces for making a tie. 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.
These pattern are for private use ONLY. The images, layout, design and other aspects of this pattern are copyright © PoxCouture 2011. No part of this design or pattern may be reproduced in any form.
eBook and is specified and owned by the individual eBook author.
To make this necktie you will need:
• 1/2 yard of fabric (suggested fabrics: light to medium-weight woven fabric, i.e. quilting cotton, chambray, or linen.)
• 1/2 yard fusible interfacing
• sewing machine
• thread (matching color)
• tracing wheel and carbon paper
Sewing curved seams, applying fusible interfacing.
This tie was easy to make and fit my 5 year old well. It was a bearcat to turn inside out.
I made this tie on the spur of the moment for a friends son who was going to be in a pagent with my grand and needed a tie to match a her dress which I had made. It was fairly easy, except for turning it inside out, I thought that would never get done, other than that, easy.
very cute tie and easy to make! thank you