Tricot Headband

If you are anything like me then you enjoy an amazing headband and have lots of fabric scraps hanging around. After receiving a wonderful headband from a running buddy I knew I needed more and what better way to bust scraps then to have matching headbands to all of your favorite Phee creations? The headband I received from Manda Bees is awesome but just a touch too big for my head and a little bit too wide for my liking.

 

I started with an 18″ wide by 3″ tall scrap of Hot Pink tricot. This will pair with my Phee hot pink camo and tricot Super G’s (assuming my daughter does not snag it to match her rashguard and swim bottoms)!!! Pretty handy my quilting ruler is also the same size, huh?

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First seam is placed with right sides facing with a 1/2 inch seam allowance.

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Next, open seam allowance and fold each edge to the center of the headband and pin. I used just a straight stitch for this as it does not need to stretch.

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Fold in half again so cut edges are now enclosed and stitch on either side of the existing seam. There will be four layers of fabric.

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Turn headband right side out and enjoy your creation!

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