vintage headband-another reason I'd love to have a sewing machine!! It's all about the ruffles!!!
Made this for my niece. I actually painted this on a canvas. I took the information in to photoshop, decided fonts & size, then flipped the text and printed it out. I put the printed paper face down on the canvas & sponged water onto it & let it sit for 15 minutes. When I pulled the paper off, I had a guide line for my paint. I then painted over the letters & made a beautiful momento.
Newborn Baby Earflap Hat with RosetteTan by BostonAvenueBabies, $13.99
Materials: jersey, scissors, needle and thread Measure around your head and take away an inch. This is n." Cut a strip of jersey about 5" wide by n" long. Sew the ends together. Now find the place where you want to cinch it (you know, the part where the flowers are) and use a running stitch. Now pull your thread to ruche it. Add some flowers (the flowers are basically strips of jersey. You baste on one edge and pull it to make a ruffle, and then you sew the ends together). Done! I love that casual look about it. It's nice and soft. It keeps my ears warm.