The Inside Out Bow Technique is so fun and easy to do!
It is a great bow to use for the bottom layer of big stacked bows.
You can find instructions for this bow (and many more!) in our
Tricks of the Trade Hair Bow Instructions.
I used 1 1/2″ Black Striped Ribbon for my bottom layer.
I made two two-loop Inside Out bows and then sewed them together.
I did the same thing with my 7/8″ Candy Corn Ribbon.
Although, I did twist the tails and hot glue them down so you could see the printed side.
I cut my Korkers to be 4″ long. I wanted them to be about 1 1/2″ sticking up.
To cut them, I just put them on my cutting mat and used my Rotary Cutter to make even cuts.
I didn’t have a specific amount that I wanted. I just used whatever I could get from one dowel each.
This gave me three Korkers for each ribbon.
I found the center of the Korkers and put them on my needle, one by one.
Make sure to put them on facing up.
When they were all on, I stitched them together.
I put my Korker bow in the center of the Candy Corn Inside Out Bow.
My Korkers were a little long, so I trimmed them down.
(Remember to seal your ends!)
I stitched the Korker to the Candy Corn Inside Out Bow.
My Black Striped Inside Out Bow was pretty thick and it was hard to stitch through.
I just hot glued my Candy Corn Inside Out Bow to the center.
Now you just add your lined clip, and you’re done!
Maybe get some Candy Corn earrings to match.