Men’s Bowtie Sewing Pattern

DIY bowtie

DIY Bowtie Sewing Pattern

DIY bowtie

This DIY bowtie sewing pattern shows you how to make a bowtie out of just a minimal amount of fabric. The pattern is great for beginners and is super simple to make, but sewers of all levels will find the pattern useful. This bowtie is sewn up tied, and closes in the back with a hook and eye closure — so you don’t have to actually tie this bow each time you wear it! Use the bowtie sewing pattern to make bowties for commercial or personal use — so make them and sell them in your shop!

The pattern you’ll receive is a digital PDF file that you download and print at home. The pattern includes a full bow tie sewing pattern along with step-by-step instructions, pictures, diagrams, and sewing tips. I make sure to usability test each and every pattern with a team of testers to make sure the pattern is easy to understand, and perfect for all skill levels, even if you’re just learning to sew.

▶ Bow tie measures 5.5″ wide x 2.5″ tall (at tallest)
▶ Once sewn, the bow tie requires no actual tying; it closes in the back with a hook and eye for a customized fit.
▶ The pattern is printed out on your home printer on 8.5″x11″ or A4 paper; reprint it as often as you like
▶ Pattern is available immediately for downloading
▶ Bowties made from this pattern can be sold in your shop
▶ Pattern skill level: Intermediate (see below for specific skills used)


▶ 1/4 yard of 45″ fabric (any woven fabric, including cotton, silk, polyester or wool)
▶ lightweight fusible interfacing (optional: if using a lightweight fabric like silk)
▶ hook and eye closure
▶ notions: thread, scissors, tailors chalk, pins, needle and point turner (or something long with a point like a knitting needle or chopstick)
▶ tools: home printer & 8.5″ x 11″ paper, sewing machine
▶ neck measurement (in inches or cm) of wearer


▶ basic sewing machine stitching
▶ slipstitch handstitch
▶ attaching hook and eye

BowTie Sewing Pattern – $6 



“Thank you so much! The pattern is easy to follow and well thought out. I can’t wait to start making bowties.”
“Easy to make and so COOL. Thanks!”
“Super easy and GREAT directions”

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