Fabric Hair Bow

This hair bow will be shipped within 4-5 days after the order is received.

About this Product

You will want to visit any tropical location wearing this colorful cotton fabric hair bow. With a 3" French barrette clip and a whimsical pineapple charm dangling from the center piece, this bow is the ideal hair accessory for your tropical cruise or beach getaway. The bow measures 7" wide with 7" long tails. Bon voyage!

Bows Buttons & Baubles

Greenville, NY

Meet the Maker

  1. Hello! My name is Jeanette, and I was born and raised on Long Island in New York State. I am a mother of two grown children and a grandmother of one teenage girl, and currently live in upstate New York. I have a passion for crafts. I learned to crochet at 8 years old by my maternal grandmother. I was always making potholders on a loom to give to my mother. At age 14, my grandmother and my mother taught me how to sew. I learned on a very old Singer machine with a foot pedal, but my grandmother gave me a brand new "electric" machine for my 17th birthday. I made clothes for myself, mostly dresses and skirts. At age 22, I even made my own wedding gown. Over the years, I made clothing for both my children, but I eventually stopped sewing for quite a while. 

  2. Within the last few years, I returned to using my sewing machine, and I am loving it all over again. This past summer (2023), I began making fabric hair bows. I have been searching to find my crafting niche, and I have discovered that making fabric hair bows is it. Since July, I have made over 150 bows. I have 10 different styles that I sew, some with long tails, some with medium length tails, some with short tails, some with no tails. Each bow is unique because of the fabrics I choose and the types of embellishments I use to enhance the look of each bow. I like to use buttons, gems, charms, lace, and fabric flowers to give my bows that extra something. I truly hope you will search through my products to not only see what I create, but to also be motivated to place an order, which in turn will help children in need. Goimagine donates 100% of its profits to children's charities.

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How it’s Made

I traced my pattern on the back of the chosen fabric, after which I ironed each piece and sewed them together. I again ironed the pieces to make the fabric crisp. The bow was formed by folding the fabric in a certain way, and I used strong thread to tie the bow at the center. The thread was covered with a strip of matching fabric and the French barrette clip was attached on the back side of the bow. I selected a yellowish pineapple charm, which was hand sewn to the center piece completing that tropical look.