More Necktie Wristlets


I just finished six new necktie wristlets . . . so easy and fun! The only thing I changed from the original tutorial was to sew the decorative button on the front flap and use a snap closure rather a button/buttonhole.  Now I can’t wait to give them to some special girls in the family! ♥

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  1. What a great idea. I have a huge box of neckties purchased from thrift stores to make a quilt with someday. They are in storage right now but by September I’ll be able to get to them. There are too many for just a quilt so this give me options. Thanks so much for sharing. I also have lots of buttons… in storage:(

    • You’ll have so much fun with your ties and buttons! Also, scroll down a bit and you can see what I did with the other parts of the ties . . . necktie ruffle pillows and necktie onesies. The fabrics are SO pretty! Can’t wait to see what you make! 🙂

  2. I just love these!
    They are so cute and clever.
    I think they would be cute in the summer with a short sleeved blouse to work.
    Kind of a whimsical “business look”. 🙂

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  4. Thanks for stopping by! I love how your wristlets turned out! It’s neat to see everyone’s spin on things 🙂 I’m wondering if the origami lotus bag is easy enough for me (a beginner) to sew?

    • I think so! The directions are really clear, except I don’t think she said when to actually flip the bag (which is right after you sew the 4-inch seams to attach the sides). Good luck and have fun! 🙂

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