Seriously…I promise you will be absolutely delighted if you whip one of these up.
In less than 10 minutes. Here’s how!
When I made my grain sack bow I was not able to use the stapler for the last step. The layers of fabric were too thick and I jammed my stapler. So I used a needle and embroidery floss and put a couple of stitches in it to hold it all together.
Obviously you don’t have to use burlap ribbon. Any kind will work but I recommend 4 in. wired ribbon so the bow doesn’t flop. Also, my measurements for the 2 longer pieces are totally random. You can make your bow any size under the sun.
If you make one and don’t mind…please send me a picture. I would love to see what you created!
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