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  • Kelli Brownfield

    No sew headband tutorial!

  • Jenica Prescott

    knotted jersey headband tutorial - - - I normally hate all baby head bands , LOVE this one ! ! !

  • Karyss Bollen

    jersey knit knotted headband tutorial via www.lovestitched.com. For me.

  • Kirstin Robertson

    knotted jersey headband tutorial DIY Headbands are my new favorite pins

  • Korinne Douglas

    "celtic knot" headband tutorial - I think my adult baby girls would even wear this.

  • Roby Thompson

    knotted jersey headband tutorial - Love Stitched Celtic knot headband from old t shirts. Have to give this a try.

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Knot Headbands, Celtic Knot Headband, Head Bands, Headbands Tutorials, Jersey Headbands, No Sewing Headbands, Diy Headbands, Jersey Knits, Baby Girls

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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.