Actually, they were so fast and easy that I made her two of them. Want one?
Here's what you'll need:
(Mine is from a left over tank top piece, so that is how the tutorial will be given, but if you're just using a regular piece of stretchy jersey knit you easily make it work just fine.)
-general sewing supplies
-This pattern was made for a child (O's head measures about 18" around), but--ha!--it fits me too, so you could probably make this exactly the same way for an adult.
Step 1: Cutting your fabric
-to make a wider headband, cut one 3" strip (through both layers) from the middle section of your tank top
-to make a skinnier headband, cut one 2" strip (through both layers) from the middle section of your tank top
Step 2: Sewing your raw edges
Step 3: Sewing your opening closed
Don't worry. Nobody is going to see that little line of stitching. We're about to cover it up. :)
Step 4: Attaching the ends of your strip
Ta-da! You're done!
Now it's your turn to share headbands that you've made, altered, or embellished! Link up!