Handmade Ties

When I wrote about my new tie last week, the lovely Miss Elide suggested I try to make some myself. Thank you, Elide! It was a brilliant idea and the other night I sat down at my sewing machine for a test-run.

I made the plaid tie you see here—I wore it to work on Sunday—and I also made a seafoam green one. I am officially obsessed with making these ties! Now I can’t wait to wade through my fabric stash, selecting prints that I think will make lovely additions to my new tie collection.

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13 Responses to Handmade Ties

  1. the tie is really cute- very school girl. :)

  2. Katie says:

    What a great idea! Now I want to look through my stash and see what I can make into a tie…

  3. Ethel Stark says:

    They are adorable. Come and look at our wool scraps. i think you should Etsy them. You make the perfect model. Ethel at Knittn’ Kitten

    • flappergirlcreations says:

      I know I got that plaid fabric and the red snaps in the photo at the Kitten. In fact, I get all my snaps at the Kitten :)

  4. Ashley says:

    I really like the tie you’ve made! Thanks for dropping the questions in my blog, I really appreciate it.

    Have a nice week! ;)

  5. Bianca Jagoe says:

    Awesome tie! Love your style. I had a pair of plastic-lensed cat eye glasses in high school. I was one of those people who always wished they needed glasses :P Love your blog lady!

    • flappergirlcreations says:

      Thanks! I love your style too! I found your blog via Deer Donna the other day and added you to my Google Reader :)

      Thanks for stopping by! xo

  6. Theresa says:

    Thank you so much for sending me one of your neck ties! I adore it! Now I’ve just got to decide which is the perfect outfit to go with it.
    Thanks again!
    T

  7. Elide says:

    You’re welcome! I love it!

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