HOW TO: Turn An Old Necktie Into A Toy Snake!

by , 01/06/13

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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.

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Step 5: Sew the Snake Head

Once the head portion of the tie is full of fabric scraps, hand-stitch it closed.

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Step 6: Sew the Snake Tail

Fold the tail end of the tie into a triangle shape and then hand-stitch it closed.

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