Head Band Pattern with Fabric Flowers


I use the Pattern in the picture, Just click and save as photo then print. (I know it came from Pinterest many years ago) Cut 2 of your fabric (the same or different).

DIY Head Band or Belt pattern was Fabric Flowers

 

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I sew with the needle so close to the edge as possible, so it is wider but if you would like it smaller change the position of the needle.

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After that I turned it right side out and sew again with the needle all the way over to help keep the fabric in place and it looks cleaner. I didnt go all the way to each end as seen in the picture (to leave room for turning). If you go to far you can always undo a couple stitches.

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To ends in and put which ends you would like to use to hold the hand band on head, I used ties but elastic good. Then sew 2 stitch to hold the ends and I do 2 to make sure it holds tight.

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Now get all your scraps and make flower as you please to add to the hand band, most of my flower patterns come from Pinterest (linked below).

I will have more direction of these flowers later this month but it basically a whip stitch to gather the fabric and hot glue it to a piece of felt.

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I also hot glue the flowers to the head band and then I sew the around (where the felt is) to make the flower more stable (so it doesnt flop around).

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I made this one for a belt and another for a head band but the can be interchangeable

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I have a Pinterest board for DIY headbands and bows.

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