*Hey everybody! Season 14 of So You Think Youâ€™re Crafty is going to be fantastic. However, it wonâ€™t be starting until the New Year â€“ we decided to let the crafters have a little break and family time tooÂ Â . But I have a great schedule of guest posts and shop spotlights lined up from now until then. Have a great Holiday season and see you all after the New Year!*
I’m Suzanne from Winter Wonderings…, and I am so excited to be sharing this tutorial and pattern with you all today.
So I decided that this year I was going to make as many handcrafted gifts for my family as possible. Â I wanted my gifts to beÂ usableÂ and things that I would want toÂ receive. Â There are so many great hand made gifts out there that it can almost become overwhelming to decide WHAT to make, but for the little girls in my life I had some good inspiration early on.
Not only do I have my baby girl, I also have 2 nieces that are in the baby-toddler range. Â Some baby girls are blessed with tons of hair (I am so happy mine has as much as she does), but some babies don’t get their hair until later. Â I knew I wanted to make hair accessories for all three girls – things that could be work with different outfits and compliment any time of the year, so I knew I needed versatility!
I fell in love with these bows on pinterest and knew that I wanted to attach them to baby clips for the littles. Â But what if myÂ niecesÂ don’t really have enough hair for clipping yet??? Â What to do, what to do?
So, I came up with an ingenious (to me at least) way to create bows they can grow with.