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Step 4: Stuff the Snake Body
Cut up your fabric scraps and start to push them inside of the tie. This should be fairly easy to do on a wider tie. I used a ruler to push the fabric scraps down the length of the tie. If the body part of the tie’s stitching starts to pull apart, just hand stitch it closed again.
Step 5: Sew the Snake Head
Once the head portion of the tie is full of fabric scraps, hand-stitch it closed.
Step 6: Sew the Snake Tail
Fold the tail end of the tie into a triangle shape and then hand-stitch it closed.