The next photo shows the tie form glued to the fabric. Please note that I have put it on the diagonal(bias) on this one. You can do it either bias or straight. It makes no difference since it is glued right to the card stock. You will want to trim the fabric about 1/8" from the edge. It should be narrower than the tie form itself. I cut out notches in the corners and on the tip of the tie. You don't have to notch the sides. The fabric is so narrow there that there won't be a problem getting it to lie down right on the back of the tie.
The last step is to fold the tie in half with glue on the back. Then fold it in half again. Either lay it somewhere for display or hang it over a rack or chair. Put some glue on it to keep it folded.
I did this one out of regular cotton shirting material. If you want to get fancy, find some old silk ties with a small pattern at a thrift shop (or in your husband's closet).
A couple of the ties on the rack in previous entries are from silk ties. The rest are straight out of my cotton stash.
I hope you have fun with these. I know I did.
See you tomorrow.