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Need some green for March?? Try a fabric rose headband….yep…you can make your own!
Remember the shabby rose wreath I made? Well I made a not so shabby rose for this headband. You will need a length of green fabric about 3 inches wide and a headband. Plus another smaller square of fabric.
Start with the long piece of 3 inch wide fabric and fold it in half right sides together. Sew all the way down the side. Then turn it right side out…
You end up with a long tube like this…
I turned both ends under and sewed to get a finish edge…
Then on a smaller square of fabric (start with about the size you want your rose), begin sewing your long tube in the center of the square. Sewing in the center of the tube.
Sew around in a circle. As tight as you can get it.
Continue around and around staying in the center of your “tube”.
Finally you will get to the edge of your square of fabric. Then I just cut off the remainder of my tube. Turned the edge in and sewed.
Trim your square around your rose…and you have a not so shabby rose! In green! I just hot glued it to my headband.
I don’t know how all these bloggers take pics of themselves….sigh…this is what I ended up with…
I will stick with taking pics of it laying down!! 🙂
So if you don’t want to wear the standard St. Patty’s day attire…make yourself a headband to wear your green!
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