I tend to have an outrageous stash of fabric scraps lying around. I'm not really sure why I insist on keeping them all. Here's a simple little project that uses those pesky little scraps of fabric that tend to pile up.
To make two bows I started off with four pieces of scraps. I cut these scraps to measure 2" x 3 1/2".
Draw an oval(ish) shape onto the wrong side of your scrap. I used a fabric marker, but anything will do.
Sew around the outline you just made, but be sure to leave an inch opening on one side. Backstitch at the beginning and the end.
Trim the excess off the entire oval and cut notches into the rounded edges you just sewed.
Turn your oval inside out, using the opening that was left unsewn. Use a pencil (if needed) to make sure your rounded edges come out nice and round.
At this point you can glue or handstitch your tube so it's attached and secured around the bow. I just machine stitched it and cut off the excess scraps. As you can see the tube attachment will be unfinished, but I'm gluing it to a hairclip so it doesn't bother me this way.
My measurements were for smaller bows. Play around with it and see all the different sizes you can make.
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