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Gift presents for kids: Stacked Flower Headband tutorial

Sewing  |  August 21st 2011  |  0 Comment
Gift presents for kids: Stacked Flower Headband tutorial
Hey everyone!  I made a new headband for the little giggler.  I found this yellow striped fabric and I had to get it.  Did you notice the little giggler’s bangs?  It’s her first time having bangs.  I was so nervous to cut them, but I think they turned out so cute!
Now, on to the crafting!
Here’s what I used:
One felt square
Printed fabric
Plain Fabric
Heat n Bond Lite
Embroidery Floss
Embroidery Needle
Flower Stencil
Hot Glue & Gun
Here’s how I used it:
First, I made three flower shaped stencils using my cricut.
Then, I traced my stencils onto the Heat n Bond Lite.
Next, I placed the Heat n Bond on the wrong side of the fabric and ironed for two seconds.
I waited until it cooled, then cut out my flower.
So, I had three flowers with the paper still on the back.
I cut two felt flowers using the largest stencil.
Staring with the largest flower.  I removed the paper backing and placed it on one of the felt flowers.
Then, I ironed for six seconds to attach the flower to the felt.
Next, I peeled of the backing on my medium flower and ironed it to the striped flower.
Finally, I ironed on my smallest flower.
Before I sewed the edges I trimmed off any felt that was visible from the front.  Here’s what I used on the edges.
I stitched around the edges.
 I tied my knots on the back side.
Next, I measured my elastic and sewed the ends together.  Then I used hot glue to attach it to the felt.
I grabbed my other felt flower and hot glued it directly on top.


Finally, I hot glued a cute button on the front.

Sewing pattern

Source: thelittlegiggler.blogspot.com