Liberty Lawn Hair Tie

by Sally
1 Material
10 Minutes

Liberty Tana Lawn is one of the most iconic fabrics in the world known for its lightweight feel and top quality. When you buy Liberty you want to use up every precious scrap!

This scrapbusting pattern from Treasurie is a great way to use your Liberty scraps and make a beautiful hair tie for you, family or friends! Check out the free pattern here

I am using a William Morris print here which has lovely tones in it and feels lovely to wear.

You will need:

  • scrap of Liberty Tana Lawn
  • Sewing Machine, thread and pins
  • pinking shears
  • elastic hair tie

Cut out the paper template for your bow and two pieces in your main fabric

With right sides together, pin and stitch around the edge with a 5mm seam allowance. Leave a gap for turning.

Cut around the edge using your pinking shears which will help give a smooth finish once it's turned out

Turn the right way out. To get the corners to a nice point you can use a knitting needle. Press, turning the raw edges of the gap inwards.

Top stitch around the bow, securing the raw edges inside. You can now tie the bow onto the hair tie using a single knot

Fantastic! Your Liberty hair tie is all done and ready to wear

Suggested materials:
  • Liberty Tana Lawn   (Liberty fabrics)

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