Cut this piece in half lengthwise so that you have 2 folded pieces. Fold the tag of the tie in half and stitch to the right side of one of the cut tie pieces.
Pin one folded piece over the end of each end of the zipper so that 1/2” of the zipper is covered by the fabric. Next make a “sandwich” with the zipper in the middle.
Now cut the shape flex into 2 10” x 7” pieces and iron onto the back of the 2 pieces cut from the tie.
Cut out 2 pieces from your fat quarter that are 10” x 7”.
An argument has been made that shot silk was also described as purpura at this time, the Latin word mainly applied to purple although there are multiple references to purpura being red, green and black-and-red, as well as "varied".
High quality not only means an item of beauty, but also an accessory that will last and keep it’s beauty over time.
Open up and continue unpicking the tie down to the point.