Here’s a quickie I made for N’s birthday last week. 

Now, she usually doesn’t like anything in her hair, but with summer coming up this will do the trick.  I loved the way they turned out and that they’re reversible.  Can’t beat that.  I did try a couple different widths to see what would stay in better and I’d say the thinnest version stays put longer.  I’ll be making some for myself of course.

Have a great weekend, see you Monday with our first kitchen tutorial for Spice up your Kitchen

14 thoughts on “headbands

  1. Delia says:

    Very pretty. I like that they are reversible too! I will definitely check out that tutorial. Thanks!

  2. Oops-Lah says:

    Lovely hair bands. Wish I still had little daughters I could make them for; probably have to wait till I’m a grandma ;).

  3. Wendy says:

    So cute! I also like Heather Bailey’s headband tutorial…easy-peasy, and so much fun!

  4. Nadine says:

    Super idea and sooo pretty.

  5. Mary says:

    So cute! Thanks for sharing!

  6. I’ve been making these as gifts too. They are great, love yours.

  7. Leslie says:

    these are so pretty…i made some for my daughter and niece last year sometime with vintage sheet scraps

  8. ayumills says:

    Those headbands are so pretty! It looks great on her too! I want one for myself! haha!

  9. Vanessa says:

    Yours turned out really cute! Thanks for sharing. I made one this morning as it’s something I’ve been wanting for a while but kept forgetting to make.

  10. Jeannie says:

    Those are so cute!

  11. sewtakeahike says:

    sew, sew cute Anna! I think I need to make these too, to match the clutches that I haven’t made yet 🙂

  12. Rachel says:

    Awesome! And a great way to use up scraps. I’ll be trying this. Thanks!

  13. ooo like these.. very simple very smart. I’ve been looking for a design that would be good for school for my daughter. I’ve got some old winter uniform kilts to recycle in green/blue tartan – this pattern might just be the answer.

  14. *kate says:

    I’ve been making these for my daughter, too. I don’t get it … why are headbands the only thing she’ll let stay in her hair?

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