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I Love You Necktie Project From Sew What You Love by Tanya Whelan

I Love You Necktie Project From Sew What You Love by Tanya Whelan

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A great gift for male (or female) graduates going off to college or beginning a career, the I Love You Necktie from Sew What You Love by Tanya Whelan is both thoughtful and useful!
A great gift for male (or female) graduates going off to college or beginning a career, the I Love You Necktie from Sew What You Love by Tanya Whelan is both thoughtful and useful!

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i love you
i love you
necktie
necktie
This is a really fun thing to make for one
This is a really fun thing to make for one
(or more) of the men, boys, or even girls
(or more) of the men, boys, or even girls
in your life. I once thought there was a
in your life. I once thought there was a
mystique to creating a great tie, but as
mystique to creating a great tie, but as
it turns out, they are easy to make. And,
it turns out, they are easy to make. And,
while sewing something that a man will
while sewing something that a man will
actually like isn’t usually easy, this project is
actually like isn’t usually easy, this project is
a pretty safe bet. The fabric possibilities are
a pretty safe bet. The fabric possibilities are
endless, including today’s gorgeous cottons
endless, including today’s gorgeous cottons
or traditional silks. This project entails
or traditional silks. This project entails
mostly hand stitching, but don’t worry—it’s
mostly hand stitching, but don’t worry—it’s
just enough handwork to be relaxing and
 just enough handwork to be relaxing and
not annoying. Use a 1/4
not annoying. Use a 1/4
"
(6mm) seam
(6mm) seam
allowance unless the directions specify
allowance unless the directions specify
otherwise.
otherwise.
STEP 1.
cut out the pieces.
Place the fabric right side down on a table, and fold up thelower left corner just enough to fit the Tie B pattern piecewhen placed on the fold. Pin the pattern on the fold, andcut out B. Fold the same corner up enough to fit the Tie Cpattern, pin on the fold, and cut. Repeat for Tie A pattern.
 
CUTTING LAYOUT FOR TIEB
selvage36"
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
54
1
 ⁄ 
2
" long x 3
1
 ⁄ 
2
" wide (138cm x 9cm)
 YARDAGE
For the tie: 1 yd (91cm) of 44/45
"
 (112/114cm) cotton printFor the lining: 9
"
x 16
"
(23cm x 40.5cm)piece of print or solid cotton1 yd (91cm) of 20
"
(51cm) light-weightsew-in interfacing
SUPPLIES
Tie A, B, and C patternsYour Sewing Box

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