Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Little Boys' Neckties

As a mom of two young boys, I notice it's difficult to find many "cute" clothes for them. It's even difficult to find many boys' clothing patterns at the fabric store, period. Everything is for girls! Now, I absolutely LOVE having little boys, but I do wish there was a little more variety of clothing options for them.

Due to the lack of adorable boys' clothing options, I went on a quest to find something I could make for my boys to add to their wardrobe. Then, I had it! I would make little neckties for my sons to go with their Easter outfits. That gave me another idea! Maybe there are other people out there who would like something special for the little men in their lives, too. 

This post is a little different than my usual "how-to" tutorials. Rather than showing you how to make the tie, you can purchase custom, homemade little boys' neckties. So, if you are looking for a darling clothing accessory for a boy in your life, place your order, specify the size, and pick the type of fabric.

Here is a picture of my son modeling the tie.

The pictures below show you the available fabrics. When you place your order, simply identify the fabric number you would like or send me a fabric of your choice. 



"Secure-in-your-Manhood" Pastels

If you would like to place an order, contact me (Leslie) at Provide me with the following information: 
  • Your Name & Shipping Address
  • Boys' Measurement (in inches) from base of neck in the front to belly button
  • Selection of Fabric
The cost is $10 (plus shipping if you are not local). You can also provide me with your own fabric if you would like something other than the fabrics shown above. If you supply your own fabric, the cost is $8 (plus shipping). Note that these are not clip-on ties. Also, ties are available for all ages and sizes.  

If you would like your necktie delivered before Easter 2013, please place your order by Friday, March 15th. 


  1. I have to have a "learn to tie the tie" blog to read now.

    1. Good point! I don't know how to tie a tie either. I'm sure there is a good YouTube video already out there:)