How to Make Hair Bows Facebook Page

Check out all the fun we’re having over on my Facebook page for fans of How to Make Hair Bows

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If you are on Facebook, you should join us and have some fun!  I announce giveaways there, host Facebook only specials, offer free help with hair bow making questions, share new blog posts, talk about hair bow making tips, and all kinds of other hair bow stuff you’ll love!


Hope to see you over there!  To make it really easy for you, here’s the page:

Cheer bows are a special kind of hair bow that are typically worn by cheerleaders, but there are some that can be worn by any girl (young or old!) The photo below shows a pom pom bow that is a great for all ages.  This is a particularly fun bow to remember for 4th of July but also for any sports celebrations and parties!  It’s made just with grosgrain ribbon and a needle/thread.  Want the complete video instructions for this cheer bow?  Click on the photo or head over to

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If you are looking to create the fancy and jazzy cheer bows, the complete DVD course “Secrets to Cheer Bow Success” will show you how to make the ribbon for those bows and then how to create a bunch of different designs like flames, waves, and so many more.  All the popular designs you might find online for sale for $30 plus are included in that course.

This DVD course was created to help cheerleaders be able to make their own bows instead of spending a fortune on store bought ones.

Looking to make a basic style of cheer bow?  This video will show you how step by step.

how to make even hair bow loopsQuestion: I always try and measure my loops with my fingers like it is done in the dvd, and they look even until I’ve already finished my bow, and there is always one side that is uneven. What could I be doing wrong? :-(

Answer: If you measure them and they are even but then the finished bow isn’t even it’s because you are most likely not stitching or tying up the exact center.  That would be the reason they would get uneven after initially measuring them.  I’d suggest placing a dot with a pen in the center as soon as you get them measured and even, then when you stitch the center, be sure you are going up the exact middle.

Hope that helps,

Have a question about making hair bows that you’d like the answer to?  Email me and I’m happy to help!