We clean up nicely. (When we do.) And for occasions that call for us to polish our muck boots, we often choose bow ties to match.
Designer Chris Wrobleski gives us step-by-step instructions on how to make your own beautiful bows. It’s easier than you think. Use these always-tied bows as bow ties, or use the same steps to make a hair ribbon or necklace.
Here’s what you’ll need
Fabric (a fat quarter is plenty)–you can use old shirts, old ties, etc
Bow Tie Clip
Sewing needle and pins
1 yard of Ribbon (if making hair bow)
Pen or pencil for tracing
Chris named his company Boutaugh after his grandfather, who first inspired his love of the dapper.
Visit his website to learn more about his custom designs.