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Quilted Headband

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This Quilted Headband tutorial will teach you how to make cute headbands for yourself and your friends using just a fat quarter, a scrap of fusible fleece, and a bit of elastic. Make your own headbands in just an hour or less!

Quilted Headband

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Whole Cloth

Difficulty Level: Beginner

Materials:

  • 1 fat quarter
  • Small strip of fusible fleece (Pellon recommended)
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Tweezers
  • 2" of 1/2-inch wide elastic
  • Headband pattern

Instructions:

  1. Cut two headband shapes from fabric, using the pattern here. Place on a fold and add 1/4 inch to each side. Cut out one headband shape of fusible fleece.

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  2. Iron fusible fleece onto the wrong side of one fabric piece.

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  3. Pin wrong sides of fabric together and sew along the two sides using a 1/4 inch seam allowance.

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  4. Turn right side out - this can be a little tough; use a pencil and a pair of tweezers to help. Turn the edges of the two openings under 1/4 inch and iron.

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  5. Iron and quilt. I used a free motion random machine quilting.

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  6. Cut a 2-inch piece of 1/2-inch elastic. Insert one end into one opening of headband and sew into place. Insert the other end into the other opening and sew into place.

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  7. Leave the two ends unsewn - if you sew them together, the headband won't stretch when you put it on.

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Number 3 should be RIGHT SIDES TOGETHER.

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