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How to sew a Kid’s tie

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You have options on how to attach the tie to your child or build-a-bear. I opted for sewing fabric to make a ribbon and (after the quarantine is over) getting my nephews neck size and sewing on snap connectors for him. The fabric can be placed between the tie and the top and hidden under the top so it is not seen at all. THEN when he grows and want's to keep suing the tie just replace the ribbon size diameter. You can do the same thing with Velcro, buttons, many many options for connecting. On the flip side you can also sew on a clip to the back to make it a chip on tie! No matter what it is warn under a collar so you are good to go!

What you will need:

  • Sewing Machine
  • Needle
  • 18″ x 5″ cloth fabric of your colorful choosing
  • 14″ x 5″ light weight to mid weight interfacing fabric
  • Thread (Polyester thread)
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
Would Make life easier :
  • Rotary Cutter  (Amazing for multi-layer cutting)
  • Self-healing Cutting Mat (Use if you are using a rotary cutter)
  • Digital Scale (Recommended for accuracy)
  • Pins
  • Fabric glue
  • Iron (for pressing)
https://www.qahandcrafted.com/how-to-kids-tie

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