June 16, 2011

Zipper Bow - Tutorial -




This Zipper Bow is really easy to make and you can add to bags,hats,brooches or use to interior.
I am decorating the bookshelf with it.

I want to explain how to make it by using the photograph since now and I hope that you share it.
I'm sorry if my English make you feel bad -- it is not on purpose. Please understand that there is no offence.
I hope strongly that photograph can help you .


Materials: Metal zipper 30cm
                Tyrolean tape 56cm × 2.6cm(width)
                * Also you can use any fabric*


1: Cut off top end stopper and remove slider.


2: Cut tyrolean tape in 28cm. Then cut to 20.5cm and 7.5cm(×2)


3: Cut zipper as shown in the below.


4: Turn the zip teeth outside and tyrolean tape placed on zipper. It's RIGHT SIDE.


5:  Sew both sides. Seam allowance about 0.2cm.


6: Another tyrolean tape placed on zipper. It's WRONG SIDE.


7: Sew both sides the same as 5.


8: Sew both ends together by hand.


9: Squeeze the thread.



10: Make the center of Bow.


11: Match on both side of zipper.


12: I used center of tyrolean tape. Fold both sides.


13: It placed on zipper looks like below.


14: Sew both sides the same as 5.


15: Fold to wrong side.


16: Sew extra tape and stopped.




17: Sew lightly to add.


18: Sew the end tightly by slip stitch.




19: FINISH!!



* You can attach this brooche pin to bow.








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Note: 1 Inch = 2.54 cm, 1 Feet = 30.48 cm, 1 Feet = 12 Inch
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Thank you for reading until the end.
I am pleased if you try to make this Zipper Bow from my tutorial.
I'm making another thing using by the zipper. Next one is SUPER simple.
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24 comments:

  1. These bows are adorable! I have to try it soon, the tutorial is really nice :) Take care, Joanna

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  2. this is so cute! Now I want to make one :)

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  3. Love this one! I am definitely going to try! Thanks!

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  4. thank you so much!please try to make it( ´ ▽ ` )ノ
    it is really fun to make it!!

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  5. this is very pretty - thank you for sharing!

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  6. As the mother of four girls, thanks for sharing a new bow! I especially like the contrast of the zipper and floral too!

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  7. Cute idea!! It came out great! I am visiting from C.R.A.F.T. and I am a new follower! Hope you have a great day and I look forward to seeing you around soon!
    Michelle
    www.delicateconstruction.blogspot.com

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  8. How simple and cute is that!? THANKS!

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  9. Wow! I just loved this tutorial thanks for sharing.I'm your new follower

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    daffy

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  10. Creative ideas. Thanks for sharing

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  11. Love the idea of using a zipper for this. Very Creative! Thank you bunches for linking up with up last week for Mop It Up Mondays at i should be mopping the floor! Hope you can join us again tomorrow! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
    {HUGS},
    kristi

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  12. I saw you on craft gossip, gresat turorial I 'pin' you! :D

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  13. How clever!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  14. This is the "sweetest" little bow ornament that I have seen in a long time. Very creative, and I love how you implemented in the zipper. I really need ideas to use up some of my old zippers. I think I will make this and put it on a hair clip for my little granddaughter, Chloe Jane. Thank you so much..............
    Nettie

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  15. oh, my granddaughter wanted a bow tie as part of her costume for a talent show! This would work wonderfully. Thank you.

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  16. Thank you so much, this is fabulous!

    Donna

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  17. Very pretty, and I'd like to use bows like this on purses, and then even on homemade art journals I make! Thanks for sharing how to make them! ~tina

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  18. I came across your tutorial on Pinterest and love it. Thank you so much. I will be making loads of these.

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