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Making a satin bridal & wedding headbands 

 Wedding Headbands   Rhinestone Wedding Headbands

-Make your own satin bridal & wedding headbands in a variety of colors to match every occasion and outfit.
satin bridal &
wedding headbands keep hair out of your eyes and at the same time, add a splash of color and style to any outfit. These satin bridal & wedding headbands are appropriate for girls of any age from infancy to adulthood. If you have basic knowledge of sewing, you can make your own satin bridal & wedding headbands to match any outfit or occasion. Make several sets between sisters or sew a collection to sell at a craft fair. The simplicity of this project makes a perfect way to use the extra fabric scraps. www.stylesupplier.com

Wedding Headbands    Crystal Bridal Headbands 

-Things we have to prepare
Tape measure
Woven in two colors
Straight pins
Sewing machine or needle and thread
1 / 2 inch wide elastic

Wedding Headbands    Satin Ribbon Diamante Headbands 

-Measure your head at the top, is just behind one ear to just behind the other. Add 1 / 2 inch to this measurement for a seam allowance. Cut a piece of cloth to the top of the satin bridal & wedding headbands which is the measure of long and 3 1 / 2 inches wide. Cut a second piece of fabric that is 2 inches wide by a length that is two thirds the length of your first piece. www.stylesupplier.com

 Wedding Headbands   Ivory Satin Ribbon Bridal Headbands

-Fold each piece of fabric over so the right side of the touch of the fabric, then pin in place. Sew a straight seam on each long side of fabric pieces. Place a safety pin to a short end of the fabric tube smaller and pull the safety pin through the tube to turn right out. www.stylesupplier.com

 Wedding Headbands    Folowers Ribbon Wedding Headbands

-Cut a piece of 1 / 2 inch wide band that is about an inch longer than the fabric tube smaller. Insert elastic at the center of the smaller tube, then put the whole tube and elastic inside the larger tube of fabric, which is still backward. Make a straight stitch across the short ends of the tubes on one side where they join to connect the two pieces of fabric, with elastic between the layers of tissue smaller. In turn the whole thing upside down to the two fabric tubes are side by side and connected by a short end, and the two are fabric tubes right side out. www.stylesupplier.com

 Wedding Headbands    Crystal Bridal Headbands with ribbon

-Measure the crown on the head. Keep up the head to wrap large part to the top of the head and the smallest piece behind the ears and the underside of the head. Stretch the elastic to fit snugly and hold the fingers in the place where he meets the elastic across the web. www.stylesupplier.com

 Wedding Headbands    Diamante Wedding Headbands with ribbon

-Gather the fabric tube smaller so that the edge of the tube meets the place where the elastic pinching. Cut the elastic in this place and the pin in place to keep the cloth wrinkled. Fold the ends of the larger piece of cloth about 1 / 4 inch and slide the short edge of the elastic fabric tube inside the open end of the larger fabric tube. Remove the pin and sew a straight seam to connect this side of the band together. www.stylesupplier.com


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