The simple little chevron bow is a good adventurous beginner level pattern - nothing very complex or hard, but any gauge means there’s a wee bit of basic math involved. The ends are designed to resemble decorative ribbon ends, pointed on both sides. And the chevron shape makes it great for variegated leftovers!
You’ll need around 15-30 yards of any weight yarn, yardage depending on the weight and size of your bow, and needles to go with your yarn choice; a loose-ish gauge is recommended - a tightly knit fabric will curl more.
This pattern is part of the December leethal quick knits club mini-ebook, which also includes a pattern for Cabled Keepers, a mini-tutorial for cork stamped wrapping paper, and other crafty goodness.