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    Geek Power Tie




    Stand out in the infamous geek crowd with this one of a kind tie that celebrates the POWER of code.

    Supplies:

  • 1 yard medium weight, smooth fabric (keep color in mind as you’ll be printing on it with black ink)
  • freezer paper
  • old tie disassembled carefully to use as pattern (can also use a readymade tie pattern, if desired)
  • iron
  • printer
  • sewing machine/needle/thread
  • 1 piece of 8-1/2" x 11" card stock
  • sew in interfacing or duck cloth (I prefer to use the softer material or a lighter weight interfacing)
  • scissors/rotary cutting blade & mat
  • ‘Personalized Code’ laid out on a page to cover an 8 ½” x 11” area.

    Tie Pattern: here

    Printable Code Design: 1, 2, 3, 4




  • Step 1

    Trace

    Step 2

    Cut Out

    Step 3

    Place

    Step 4

    Iron

    Step 5

    Cut Out

    Step 6

    Print

    Step 7

    Heat Set

    Step 8

    Peel Off

    Step 9

    Stitch

    Step 10

    Press

    Step 11

    Cut Out

    Step 12

    Cut Out

    Step 13

    Stitch

    Step 14

    Stitch

    Step 15

    Stitch

    Step 16

    Interfacing

    Step 17

    Tack

    Step 18

    Fold and Press

    Step 19

    Hand Stitch

    Step 20

    Press

    Step 21

    Wear proudly.

       
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