Simple curtains ties - the pattern

A little while ago I made these little flowery ties for my hall curtains.  Do you remember them?

Well, I've now written the pattern up to share with you all.  It's a great way to use up some scrap yarn and make your curtains look really pretty!

I used sport weight yarn, but as the size isn't really crucial you could use dk weight or worsted, whatever you have to hand really.

You'll be able to find the pattern on my 'Freebies' page, in the crochet section (just scroll down a bit) any time you like.  Or, if you don't want to wait:

Download the pattern now

I hope you enjoy it and as ever, if you have any questions or if I've made a boo-boo, just drop me a line.

Ooh and, if you'd like a little more help with the flowers, I've got a photo tutorial for them coming next week...

S x


  1. What good timing. I am just putting up some new curtains in my freshly decorated kitchen and I was wondering what to do for tie backs! Lily xxx

  2. I really hope that I can do this! They are gorgeous - thank you so much!
    Jille x

  3. These are so beautiful. And for so many things --- curtains to parcels. Thank you for sharing such a lovely idea
    kindest Regards Linda

  4. Thank you for sharing your lovely pattern.

  5. Thank you for sharing your sweet pattern! So pretty! xo Heather

  6. these are so gorgeous and have been bookmarked thank you so much for sharing your pattern x

  7. Can't wait to make these, thanks for the pattern:)


  8. I soooo want to make these. Memo to self: stop procrastinating and jolly well get to grips with crochet!

  9. great, thanx ! I saw these on pinterest, too :)

  10. What a great way to bring lightness and fun into your space!

  11. thanks a lot for your visit and Happy crochet!!

  12. Ooh how pretty! I will definitely try these, thank you for sharing the pattern! :-) xxxx

  13. Wow, these are quite lovely! I did a simple search on Ravelry for tie-backs, and these will go beautifully with our new curtains, which have a leaf pattern! Now, all I need to do is learn to crochet...;-)


    Elizabeth in Paris