It’s November and that means Christmas is coming. Are you following my Holiday Bake Craft & Crochet Series? Yes, we have added crochet tutorials too! By the end of the month Thirty Handmade Days, Your Homebased Mom and I will have shared over 100 fabulous handmade gift tutorials.
Be sure to head over to Your Homebased Mom for loads of edible gift recipes and Thirty Handmade Days will help us craft the perfect handmade holiday. I will be sharing sewn and crocheted gift tutorials. We even have some incredible giveaways. Each day be sure to visit the guest poster’s blog for a chance to win BIG! Up for grabs is a Cricut cutting machine, a Blendtec blender, a Baby Lock sewing machine and a $300 Michaels gift card! Grab a new entry every day! Visit Raegun Ramblings today to enter to win the Baby Lock Sewing Machine!
Time to get sewing, this headband makes the perfect gift!
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Hi it’s Marissa from Rae Gun Ramblings here and I love the idea of giving handmade gifts but this time of year gets so so busy if gifts are really going to be made they’ve got to be super quick and easy. Today I have a cute turban style big bow headband tutorial that you can make in under 10 minutes.
This is the perfect accessory for those cold winter days where you want to keep your ears warm while adding a little bit of style to your outfit. Since it’s just made out of simple fleece you can make them out of virtually an color (or even a fun print)! Pair it with a super easy collar cozy or statement necklace like I did and you’re good to go!
What You Need:
For an average woman’s head you want a strip of fleece 5×22 inches and a small piece 5×2 inches. If you want to customize the size just measure around your recipient’s head and cut the length to 1 inch shorter of that measurement.
What to Do:
- Start by making the bow ring. Fold the small piece of fleece in half and sew a 5/8 inch seam allowance.
- Trim the excess edge off of the seam.
- Turn the tube right side out.
- Slip over the other piece of felt.
- Make a tube out of that by laying one end on top of the other and sewing down to close the tube.
So quick and easy you can make one for all your girlfriends! I hope you like this speedy gift idea for more quick and easy gifts hop over to my blog where I recently share 25 of my favorite DIY gift ideas and here are a few of my most popular tutorials and recipes below!
Marissa’s a huge Harry Potter fan, lover of fried food, Instagram addict, and new mama to 8 month old Teddy. She spends her days sewing baby clothes for her shop Rae Gun and blogs over at Rae Gun Ramblings where she loves to share her favorite recipes, creative tutorials, and book recommendations. Stop by her blog to see more and say hi!
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