Welcome, I’m so glad you’re here! I’ve got the greatest Easy Headband Tutorial to share with you today:
A girl with long hair can never have too many headbands right? One to go with every outfit and that will help keep her hair out of her face on a windy or hot, sticky summer day. Especially a girl that keeps cutting chunks out of her hair. 😉 (You can see really notice our latest adventure with scissors in this pic.)
I made my missy a red bandanna headband to go with her red white and blue outfit for school. (They celebrated July 4th on June 4th this year.) She tried it on and loved it so much, she begged for a few more. What she loved about this headband style is that it can be scrunched up and worn skinny or spread it out and cover the whole front section of her hair. (Personally, I prefer the skinny look, but whatever floats her boat.
These little headbands are really easy to make and by the time I got to headband #5, I was whipping through the sewing and construction in a very short amount of time. (It was taking me just as long to hem the edges of the large piece than it was to assemble the rest of the headband!)
They are cute made with a woven cotton, but I really love them in a thinner fabric. (Like a chiffon.)
Ready to make a few headbands for yourself? Head over to page 2 for the full step by step tutorial!