How to Make a Pew Bow

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Today we’ll be making a pew bow using 2-1/2″ wired double faced satin and 54″ tulle ribbons, both white.

The finished pew bow.
The finished 6-loop pew bow with satin and tulle tails.
Ribbons used to make the pew bow.
Ribbons used to make the pew bow include a double-sided wired 2-1/2″ wide satin and 54″ tulle ribbon.

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transcript:
• Welcome back to RibbonBazaar.com’s weekly DIY webseries.
• This week we’re going to make a traditional white pew bow using satin to make the bow and adding tulle for its tail.
• Supplies used include a scissor, ruler, some white two and a half inch double faced satin, and 54 inch tulle ribbons.
• We begin by measuring out 24 inches of the satin and 30 inches of the tulle, and doubling them.
• Folded and cut, these pieces will both be used as the bow’s tails.
• We then cut the ends of the satin tail piece diagonally.
• This pew bow will be relatively simple compared to some that we’ve made in the past.
• And since we’re using double-sided ribbon, there’s no need to twist to the opposite face after each loop.
• Once completed, we cut the end of the bow,
• And attach the satin tail piece to its center.
• We then attach the tulle, holding the bow and tails in one hand.
• Wrapping all the pieces together using some florist wires and twisting in place, we then position each loop around a circle.
• To cover up all the knots and florist wires, we then cut and fold in the sides of a small piece of the satin ribbon, keeping it folded with some fabric glue.
• We then wrap this around the center, setting it in place with the same glue.
• Finally, we seal the tail ends of the satin using a lighter.
• And there you have it!
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• See you next time!

How to Make a Two Color Bow

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Today we’ll be making a two color bow of 2-1/2″ green and tangerine shiny taffeta ribbons.

2-1/2" Green and Tangerine Shiny Taffeta Ribbons
We used 2-1/2″ Shiny Taffeta in green and tangerine.
Shiny Taffeta Bow
The finished bow showing the two loops and tails for each color.

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• Welcome back to RibbonBazaar.com’s weekly webseries on how to make bows!
• In this episode, we use green and tangerine shiny taffeta ribbons to make a mixed bow.
• As usual, we’ll be using some floral wires, scissors and a ruler for measurement.
• We begin by measuring roughly 20 inches of the green and 18 inches of the tangerine, and then doubling both for the two sides of the tail.
• We then fold the ends and cut diagonally as shown to get the desired look.
• As this bow won’t have a loop in its center, we can just skip right into making the three inner loops.
• This can get a bit tricky while trying to unroll and hold two ribbons at the same time.
• Next, we work on the larger, outer loops of the bow.
• As we continue crafting, you can probably tell why having a ribbon holder would be helpful here.
• Once the outer loops are complete, we position the smaller three loops around an inner circle and then the five larger loops around an outer one.
• With that, we separate the two colors in each loop to ultimately double the number of loops.
• We do it so that the two colors alternate around the bow.
• And once we’ve finished puffing up all the loops, we’re done!
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• And check out the description below for links to products shown in this video.
• See you next time!

How to Make a Small Double-Looped Bow

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Today we’ll be making a small double looped bow using our deluxe satin ribbon.

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Deluxe Satin Bows in Three Colors

Supplies
Supplies used for this project: our deluxe double-sided satin ribbon, fabric glue, scissors and a lighter.
Step: Measured & Cut
Two pieces, one 20 inches and the other 2 inches, are measured and cut.
Finished Bow
The finished result!
transcript:
• Welcome back to RibbonBazaar.com’s DIY webseries.
• Today we’ve got a quick little video showing how to make a small, double-looped bow.
• We’ll use some fabric glue, scissors, lighter and our deluxe satin ribbon.
• We measure out and cut two pieces of ribbon, one 20 inches long and the other 2 inches.
• We then take the longer piece and lay it across the palm of one hand,
• looping it between the index and middle fingers as shown,
• And then run the ribbon through the center to tie it in place.
• Next, we take off the bow and start work on the 2 inch piece that will be used to cover up the knots around the bow.
• We simply put some fabric glue on the edge of one side and fold the ribbon over,
• And then do the same to the other side.
• Now we just roll the cover around the center of the bow,
• Gluing and pressing it in place.
• We then hold the tail ends of the bow together, fold them in half and cut diagonally.
• Finally, we take the lighter and singe the ends of the bow so that they don’t fray.
• And there you have it! Please remember to like and subscribe for more!

How to Make a Simple Ruffled Wrist Band

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Today we’ll be making a simple wrist band using some satin edge organdy ribbon and a ruffled lace.

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• Welcome back to RibbonBazaar.com’s DIY webseries.
• Today we’ll make a simple wrist band out of lace and some organdy ribbon.
• We’ll be using a glue gun, scissors and some Velcro to tie the ends of the band together.
• We’ll also be using a gathered lace to give a ruffled look to the band,
• And a satin edge organdy ribbon as the base.
• We begin by measuring some organza ribbon around the wrist and cutting it to length.
• We then take the lace and align it next to the organza ribbon and cut it to match its length.
• We do this twice to get two pieces of lace the same length.
• Next we put some hot glue along the length of one piece of lace,
• And place one side of the ribbon on top of the glue, pressing it in place.
• We then glue together the other side in the same way.
• Then once both sides are glued together, the ends can be trimmed flush to get rid of excess.
• We then cut small pieces of Velcro, matching the length of both sides of the tape.
• Next, we dab a little hot glue on one piece of Velcro and press it to one end of the band.
• And then do the same thing to the other piece, taking care that the sides will stick to each other when the band is rolled together.
• And we’re done! If you liked this video, don’t forget to click like and subscribe as there’s a lot more coming your way. See you next time!