Let’s be honest: you can never have too many headbands. Especially when you make them all yourself! Here are some go-to patterns that are easy to stitch and show off.
1. Seven-Step Headband
With only a few strips of fabric and a piece of elastic, you can stitch this simple headband in an hour. Consider it the perfect project for using up your scraps!
2. Stretch Knit Headband
Using small cuts of knit fabric (with at least 25 percent stretch) and ¼” wide elastic, design a custom-fit headband that’ll look totally profesh. They’re so cute, you can wear them for any occasion.
3. Double-Sided Headband
You can make make stylish double-sided headbands with fat quarters, some fusible interfacing and a small piece of elastic. Not only will this accessory add a pop of color to your wardrobe, it’ll keep your hair in place and out of your eyes — so it’s perfect to wear while crafting!
4. Simple Tie Headband
Don’t have time to style your hair, or just want to add a cute touch to your outfit? Look no further — this headband is for you; and it comes together in a cinch.
5. Stretchy Headband
Upcycle an old hair band and make a perfect medium-weight headband that’ll look stylish on your noggin. This project is super stretchy, so it’ll stay on your head even during the most rigorous exercise.
6. Knotted Headband
This pattern may be basic, but it’s a true classic. And while it may be designed for woven fabrics, it’ll work for knit fabrics that have some stretch. Plus, the pattern includes sizes from newborn and up, so you can make some for the whole fam.
7. Lace Headband With a Fabric Flower
Flaunt a boutique-style lace headband without spending all your money. This one takes mere minutes to sew, and the flower embellishment, while totally cute, is optional.