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Cute, simple, and inexpensive!
With this cute bow, you'll never lose your page! Hope you all enjoy!

Posted by Shirls from Orlando, Florida, United States • Published See Shirls's 22 projects »
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    Here's a link to my video tutorial. It's my very first YT tutorial, so I hope it's not too bad!

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cindy.g.daniel
cindy.g.daniel · Atlanta, Georgia, US
These are so sweet. My grand daughters will love these. Thanks
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Rosie R.
Rosie R. · Liverpool, England, GB · 8 projects
Great tutorial, with easy to follow instructions and very clear close ups. I've been making your bows for little dolls I'm making. The bows are so easy to make, it becomes quite addictive!
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Tess S.
Tess S. · Bethel, New York, US
I would recommend wrapping the metal with some thin colored string. The points on a paper clip can rip right through a book's page. The other option is to add the bow with a string to a traditional book mark so the cute bow dangles on the outside.
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Ria S.
Ria S. · Hinckley, England, GB · 10 projects
I love your tutorial! Easy to follow, great close ups make it easy to see what you are doing Happy I have been looking for something 'new' to crochet for a while and this fits the bill perfectly! Thank you so much for sharing x
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pauline.levy.10
pauline.levy.10 · St Albans, West Virginia, US
It would be great to have some printed instructions to follow at your own pace. Lovely idea many thanks for sharing.
Shirls
Shirls · Orlando, Florida, US · 23 projects
Oops! My mistake! Thank you for reminding me. Happy
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Stephenie K.
Stephenie K. · Denver, Colorado, US
I wish I could crochet
Ria S.
Ria S. · Hinckley, England, GB · 10 projects
Give it a try Stephanie - youtube has some great beginners tutorials. It is so easy once you have mastered the stiches (and there are only 3 or 4 you need really!) Crochet 'grows' really quick, so if you are impatient (like me!) and need to see a finished product quickly crochet is ideal. You can 'knock off' a cute flower brooch in under 15 minutes after only about an hours practice.
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Juliet J.
Juliet J. · Cuneo, Piemonte, IT · 63 projects
I never tried crochet but this is definitely too cute not to try!
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