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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Bow Tie Hair Clip Pretty



Ever since my little guy started wearing bow ties
made by my friend Brooke,
I've played around with the concept of making Isabella
some matching bow tie hair pretties.

Well, after I made her a new skirt using
my new favorite pattern by Sew Sweet Patterns
last week, I went for it!

I am loving all these little hair pretties made with fabric scraps,
because I get to use my stash and make pretty things.

So here's the skirt that spurred me to finally make some.







Enjoy!
(I'm linking up HERE!!!!)




25 comments:

Sarah said...

Ahhh! I had to pop out of my reader to give you some comment lovin' on these!! I LOVE them!!! How flipping sweet. I am going to make buckets of them when I get home :)

Thanks for the tute! :D

Nikki said...

These are SEW cute. Get it? Sew for So. Ha ha.

katy said...

That baby girl is precious! Thanks for the tutorial.

Andrea S. said...

Thank you so much for this tutorial. I'm giving my almost-5-year-old daughter a Hello Kitty birthday party and we wanted to give each little girl a bow (just like Hello Kitty). This will be perfect!

kristen said...

Okay, seriously I was working on the same tutorial. A couple of weeks ago my daughter needed a new bow to match an outfit so I whipped up a bow tie bow.

Great minds think alike I guess. Now I need a new tutorial!

Dani said...

I'm sooooo making these...Thanks!

Check out my blog...my 8 month old almost has as much hair as your girly!

http://danirousseau.blogspot.com/

Dani said...

I'm soooo making these! Thanks!!

Check out my blog...my little 8 months old almost has as much hair as your girl!

http://danirousseau.blogspot.com/

Mom of 12 said...

Those are so cute and they look so easy! With all these girls I guess I'd better get busy...
Sandy

CreationsForEleanor said...

How smart! With all the clothes I make for Eleanor, not sure how I never thought of that. Will give it a try, thanks for sharing!

T-Fam said...

So cute. I am going to try to make one. I love her skirt too. Did you make it?

Sweet Floweret said...

Great bows and great tutorial!
Would love it if you'd link this up to my "20 minute Tuesday" linky party ;)
http://sweetfloweret.blogspot.com
Thanks for considering...

Wendy@Craft Goodies said...

She is ADORABLE, that skirt is fantastic, and those hair bows are so sweet! Thanks for linking the tutorial, going to try a few of these tomorrow-
Wendy

Happy Kathy said...

This tutorial is soooo cute and useful!!Thank you very much!Just found you...your blog is sooo lovely!!I'll follow you immediately!!

Kisseeees :-))

Ty and Whitty said...

I pinned this for one day when I have a girl. Thank you for sharing come and say hi

tyandwhitneyulrich.blogspot.com

Courtney O'Dell said...

So beautiful!

I featured this in my new Tuesday's Treasures post at:

http://sweetcsdesigns.com/archives/550

Come check it out!

me said...

thanks for the tute! i have two girls and we're always needing new bows!!!
your little one is adorable and so is that skirt! where did you get the pattern?!? desdana@gmail.com would love to make it!

thanks again,
Des!

mrstashii said...

LOVE!!! I have been looking for the tutorial and yours is PERFECT! :) Thank you!

Joi Malkin said...

Hey friend! This is adorable. If only I had a sewing machine. I would love it if you could stop by Heck Fridays tomorrow (Thursday) and post it on our first link party!

http://www.heckfridays.blogspot.com

Hope to see you soon!!!

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

These are lovely bows! Linking up this awesome post with us made the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop better and more special. Thank you!

LavenderField said...

How clever! And that little girl is soooooo sweet!

Amy@ServingPinkLemonade said...

This is so cute. Thanks for the fun tutorial! I will be making some of these.

Dakota said...

Where is the tut?

Carolyn said...

The ties are gorgeous...so are the kids!

Cathy said...

Ah, so cute! Lovely bow and skirt too. :)

Cheers,
Cathy@embroidery digitizing

Krista S. said...

I feel silly.....but I don't see the tute?

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