Friday, July 24, 2015

Headbands, Headbands, Everywhere!

While I've not been able to do a lot of big sewing, I've been able to do a lot of little sewing in the way of headbands.  When I first saw this tutorial, I knew immediately that I wanted to make some. They use minimal amounts of fabric, are reversible, and are very comfortable!


I've also made one with reds and blacks, and a child sized one in purple and pink, but I forgot to photograph those before I gave them as gifts. The daisy print and the pink floral ones are both gifts. It should be no surprise that I've used my favorite Michael Miller Dimdots fabric in turqoise.

Yes, I'm honestly posting a close-up photo of me with no makeup (egad!)

But I have to say, that my favorite headband so far is this teal and gray paisley type print. I just love it.


7 comments:

  1. 'Loving that headband and I just watched the tutorial. THANKS! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  2. what a good way to use up small pieces of fabric

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  3. Those headbands look so cute and co much more comfortable than those metal ones that always seems to squeeze my head :)

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  4. These are so handy. As a child, I had heaps of similar headbands made by mum. She was worried about my habit of tucking hair behind my ears and whether this would make my ears stick out. The headbands were to prevent that. I just loved the pretty colours. :)

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  5. I love these! My friend was looking for thick headbands with a skinny back the other day when we went shopping. Going to make her a couple just because :) Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Good morning! I made a couple of these cute headbands and just posted about them - referencing your post, of course! Thanks again for the inspiration! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  7. I found you via Stone Cottage, via a link up. Wow the internet is an amazing thing. Love your blog

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