|Quick Headband for a favorite tween - oops-teen!|
I started out by cutting a strip of the sweater material and then serging the edges. You could get a similar effect without a serger by zigzagging the edges or just leaving them raw if they don't ravel. Then I gathered one edge and pulled it into a circle and stitched the ends together to form the rosette.
Next, I made a tube of the sweater fabric and overlapped the ends, turned them under and stitched them with a zigzag.
To finish it off, attach the rosette to the headband with a few stitches. (I stitched to the part where I zigzagged to cover that up.) Add a decorative button. Mine was a vintage button that I inherited from my mother-in-law.
|Not me, maybe?|
|It's hard to get a good picture|
at a birthday party full
of giggling girls!
I think that my niece looks a bit better in it! :-)
So a bit of the purple fabric was put to use...Now if only I could get to that sweater!
Hoping that you are able to carve out a small piece of time to do what makes your heart sing!