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DIY Headband Tutorial (Super Easy!)

Check out my new blog: Sugar Spice and Sparkle! Follow me on Instagram I've seen several cute headbands, like these I am about to show, on Pinterest. But none of them (that I have seen) have tutorials! So here is my (very detailed) tutorial for making these super quick and easy headbands! Don't be discouraged by the length of this tutorial, these come together really quickly! I just wanted to be super detailed in my tutorial. These headbands are now available for order in my etsy shop, PreciousPrep! (New colors just added!) Step 1: Cut two long strips of stretchy knit fabric 6" by 22" each (approx. if you have a really big or small head you may need to adjust the length, I think my head is normal to big... haha) <br /> Step 2: Fold each piece along the long side with right sides together and sew all the way up. Again no real need to be precise, and even if I tried to be precise I failed because stretchy fabric is tough to sew with!! Step 3: Turn each tube inside out. Step 4: Lay the pieces in a '+' shape. Make sure the seams are in the middle, facing up for the bottom piece and facing down for the top piece. Step 5: Fold over the bottom piece (you shouldn't be able to see this piece's seam now) Step 6: Fold the top piece in half (again now you shouldn't see that piece's seam) Step 7: Bring all 4 ends together and sew across. This is kind of tricky to get all these slippery strips together, but as usual - precision isn't super necessary! Love projects where you don't have to be perfect! Step 8: Cut off a little of the excess and trim the corners so they don't show as much. Step 9: Try it on! Sooooo comfy! Step 10: Make a bunch! I plan to buy some more fabric and make even more for different gym outfits! Well what do you think? Hope you enjoy yours as much as I am already enjoying mine! Etsy Pinterest Deals Actually

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DIY Roundup: 10 Summer DIY Fashion Projects - YesMissy

Summer is here so show off your sizzling sense of summer style! Get crafty with these fun & easy, summer DIY fashion ideas!

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Earwarmer Headband Knitting Patterns

These ear warmer headband knitting patterns offer coverage and coziness to keep out the chill while keeping your style. Most patterns are free.

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Double Braided Headband

While perusing Pinterest a while back, I came across this braided necklace from Cakies. I loved the rawness of it, and how it mixed colors through the weaving of fabric. Starting out to make my own, I ended up cutting the fabric too short. My headband idea then began to tape shape in order to salvage the time spent on the project already. I ended up with a really cool headband that I have been wearing for days now. Here's how you make it, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. :) What you need: 6 strips of fabric- 27 in long and about an inch wide. hot glue gun elastic hair band 3 small squares of felt (or other material) needle/thread 1.First, cut your 6 strips. 2.Place three strips together and tie in knot. 3. Braid the strips. It made it easier for me if I placed the knotted part under something heavy, like my laptop, to weigh it down. You want the braid to be tight. 4. The 27 inches may end up being too big, so use the braid and measure against your head. When you have reached a good length (braid should reach behind and slightly lower than your ear) tie the end off as you did the beginning. 5. Repeat steps 2,3,& 4 with your second set of strips. 6. Now you need 2 of your little squares of felt. I took the ends of my two braids and hot glued them onto the felt, then folded the felt over the top of the braid adding a little hot glue. I left the sides glue-less to make the stitching easier later. Do this for both ends of your braids. Sorry. I know this picture is blurry! 7. Cut third felt square in half. You will attach your hair elastic band to both felt pieces by placing the half piece over the elastic, then stitch the sides. YAY! You're done! One thing left to do....go show off! Ps- I do still plan to make a necklace, and I thought this might also work as a necklace if you added a longer piece.... Pss- This is my fav way to wear my hair when I am being lazy and DONT WANT TO fix it. It takes two minutes. I do this A LOT! Happy Sunday- Tracy Linking to:

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Organic cotton Top knot headband adult turban 40's vintage style hairband hair accessories no slip s

Top knot turban headband 40's vintage style hairband hair accessories no slip stay on knotted head band for womenThis headband is a modern take on a vintage classic. Glamorous yet practical top knot style is a perfect stand out hair accessory. This headband features: Certified organic cotton in the most perfect shade of green. Has a linen type texture. No slip stay on construction perfect for all hair types and styles including short pixie cuts! A fixed knot that never needs to be retied. Sides are approximately 2” wideFabric is permanently fixed to a 1" headband base. Hand finished. Made to order. May vary slightly from photos. As always handmade with love by me, myself & I in my Tennessee home studio. ****price DOES NOT include customs fees or VAT for international customers****

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braided headbands

I am STILL growing my hair out and while I have surpassed the really difficult stage, it seems I am always one bad hair day away from shavin...

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Non-Slip Headband

Stitch a quick non-slip headband to match your favorite fashions with this simple tutorial by Stacy Sews for WeAllSew.

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Sew Your Own Twisted Head Band

Last spring I bought a twist headband - turban style - for my daughter and it was too tight. You know, the headbands that give you a headache. So I decided to make her one. I took apart the store bought headband. I used it as a pattern to create a one that fits better.

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head scarf tutorial (warning: it's not too late to run away)

Dear reader, I'm going to give myself such a headache trying to explain how I made these head scarves. But that's nothing compared to the headache you're going to get if you try to make one yourself. So let's all...

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