Tie a Perfect Bow

Let's make a perfect bow by implementing a few good tips. 

This is my first video sooo …. patience required … there's lots of room for improvement! Watch it and you will be on your way to making a perfect bow every time. 

 

What about you… do you like video tutorials or do you prefer just pictures with written instructions?

Go and be pretty,

Sara

12 Comments
  1. Always wanted to know how do to this 
     
    Thank you ♥ 

  2. I love the video. I do like picture and instructions tutorials too, so I'm torn. But a video now and then is great.  Thanks for this one, I can now see how to avoid the twist in my bows.  BTW, I love your blog!!!!!
    Mimi

  3. Something so simple, yet so effective!!  Many thanks!!  :)

  4. I like both, and just want to said thanks for taking the time to do this I discovered this site not long ago and i am a fan, love it, thanks!!!!

  5. I'm amazed this was your first craft video, I thought it was great and it was a good tip I hadn't heard before.  As far as video versus pictures, I prefer videos but for some more complicated things a video isn't always enough, then, it's nice to have pictures in addition.

  6. fantastic tutorial :) Thank u for that!

  7. Wonderful little tutorial~!  I personally don't have any use for it just yet, but I'm sure I'll need this eventually.
    As for preference over video or pictures, I don't really have much preference — as long as the chosen method gets the point across, then you're good.
    It takes a little more time, but something I plan on doing when I get tutorial-worthy things on my blog is making both a video tutorial and a picture tutorial, because many people learn in very different ways, so some people are more perceptive to one type of tutorial than another.  Oftentimes, I don't have the patience for a video and would rather see pictures, but it really just depends upon the tutorial.

    • Thanks for your feedback Katie. I personally like written more than video when I am following something. Just personal preference…but thought I’d ask.

  8. That's brilliant!  Thank you for showing that.  I've always wanted to know how to do that.  It's so easy!

  9. Mine have always twisted, and I have always been so aggravated.  Thanks for this!!

  10. Suggestion—fold each end in half, cut at an angle instead of straight across. Lovely pointed ends!

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