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Vintage-Inspired Turban


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This PDF sewing pattern shows you how to make a vintage-inspired turban for women. It's a 1940s housewife style turban, for modern day fashionable ladies. The DIY turban comes in 3 sizes and wraps for a custom fit. A very quick project, make it in lightweight knit fabrics for a springtime turban or in heavier knits for a warm and cozy winter hat. And, you can make these turbans and sell them in your shop! The pattern you'll receive includes 18 pages of simple and easy step-by-step instructions, with pictures for each step, diagrams, and sewing tips. The pattern has been thoughtfully and carefully created, with all skill levels in mind, and thoroughly tested to make sure it's easy to understand. Check out the video to see the finished turban and how to wrap it: Turbans made using this pattern can be sold in your own shop. ▶▶▶▶▶▶ What Others Have Said About This Pattern ◀◀◀◀◀◀ "Pattern received and made. Easy peasy! Thanks." "Highly recommended!" "Excellent instructions. Thanks" "Love my pattern" BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Slip-stitch Handstitch Basic Machine Zig Zag Stitch Sewing with Knits SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Pattern includes 3 sizes: Small, Medium and Large Small: 21" - 21 7/8" (53.34cm - 55.56cm) Medium: 22" - 22 7/8" (55.88cm - 58.10cm) Large: 23"+ (58.42cm+) Instructions for altering the pattern are included, for a customized fit

Recommended with this pattern

  • 3/4 yard of 45" main fabric (knit fabrics like single knits, jersey, cotton interlock, lightweight double knits, stretch velvet or two way stretch)
  • 3/4 yard of 45" lining fabric (also must be a knit fabric)
  • Notions: thread, scissors, tailors chalk, pins, needle

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