Fortunately my husband and the sun assisted and I can show you the making of the bow.
Put the ribbon on the corc.
Place tiny dots of glue on the ribbon.
I like this Planatol Glue, when I work with paper or fabric. DON'T use the "normal" Aleene's tacky glue. I like it very much, but it turns yellow! On lighter ribbons it could be seen. But Aleene's Thick Designer Glue would work fine.Fold a loop over the needle...
and press it firmly on the ground.
Continue the same way, but make sure, that you shift the ribbon around while putting one layer over the other.Before you place the last loop - cut the ribbon and turn it inside with a tweezer. Firmly press it down.
Pass the critical control of the chief supervisor...
Put it on a gift or a hat.
Unfortunately I used a stronger ribbon, because my silk ribbons are so small, that it would have been difficult to take photos. These bows look much nicer and fluffier with silk ribbons!
You find the tutorial for bow making tools here (corc) and here (wood).