When my daughter Morgan was about 6 months old, I decided that I needed a way to work from home. For some reason, my answer to that dilemma was a hair bow business. This seemed like a really good idea at the time and it lasted about a year. After too many sore fingers and 2am Dr. Pepper breaks, I decided it would be best to take an early retirement from the bow making business. Easy Burlap Bow Tutorial.
Fortunately, I got to work with a really great shop in town called And Sew On. Here are a few of my Aggie bows:
The nice thing about my hair bow venture was that my daughter has an unlimited, almost disposable, hair bow collection. Also, I can make a bow for any and every occasion. My Easy Burlap Bow Tutorial will allow you to make bows for wreaths and any other home decor with little effort!
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Burlap Bow Tutorial – Instructions
1. First, cut 52 inches of your 3″ burlap ribbon. If you wanted it fluffier, add a few inches and if you want it flatter, subtract a few inches. I would consider the bow with the boxwood wreath a fluffier bow and the bow with the cotton wreath to be flatter:
Make a pencil mark at the halfway point of the ribbon to give you an idea where the center is.
Burlap Bow Tutorial
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