This would be a fun thing for kids but I have none so I made them to add color to my new kitchen! I saw a few tutorials, including this cool fabric bow pasta tutorial at V and Co. and decided to use Stitch Witchery fusible bonding instead of sewing because I hate to sew!
First, cut 5" squares out of scrap fabric ( you need two squares of each color for front and back) Then cut 5" squares of the Stitch Witchery and sandwich it between the two fabric squares and iron to fuse them together.
(use package instructions)
Next, cut the squares in half with regular scissors and then cut in half again with pinking sheers ( you now should have four 2 1/2" squares) and trim one edge with the pinking sheers so opposite sides have the zig zags.
Last, you just sew down the middle; pull the thread so the fabric crimps and tie a knot and you have a pasta bow!