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Rolled Fabric Flower Headband

By: Cat W from marymarthamama.com
Rolled Fabric Flower Headband
Rolled Fabric Flower Headband

"Create a fun, springy accessory with this Fabric Flower Headband Pattern. There is no need to worry about lack of sewing experience holing you back, because this accessory is one of those simple no-sew projects that does not require needles, thread, or years of sewing experience. With just a little bit of fabric and a few extra minutes, you can create an adorable wardrobe staple that looks great with any warm-weather outfit. Follow the simple step-by-step instructions and learn how to create a headband that will save you money and look cute to boot!"

Materials List

  • fabric scraps
  • elastic or elastic headband
  • hot glue gun and glue
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How cute are these fabric rolled flowers. My mom used to make them with leftover fabric from making doll dresses and it was fun watching. All headbands are completely unique and you can accesorize yours further by adding a feather or rhinestones depending on how wide your headband is, this turns out so pretty.

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