The “knot” so hard headband.

Fashion, That Mom life

I have always wanted to learn how to sew. Years ago, I watched one episode of Project Runway ,and it was at that point I realized I wanted to sew my own clothes.

Spoiler alert…

That never happened. I bought a machine, but after a couple feeble attempts, I realized dressmaking was not my calling.

Which is why I was so happy when I came across this No sew turban headband!


This is by far, one of the easiest projects I have ever done. If you are anything at all like me and aren’t really all that nifty with needlework, but want to feel like a Susie homemaker or a Peggy Pinterest ( I just came up with that name…I’m kind of proud of it) then, this is the project for you too!


To get started, you need a few things:

1) an old Tshirt
2) scissors
3) 2 minutes

yep! Thats it!


I had a few old XL pregnancy Tees that I didn’t think were good enough to donate that I decided to use. I would think another inexpensive option, if you didn’t have any tshirts you wanted to cut up, would be to grab some Camis from Forever 21. They are usually on sale for less than $2, and you could make 3 or 4 different headbands with 1 Cami depending on the size headband you’re making.

Start by cutting horizontally along the bottom of the T-shirt.


Next, twist it into a figure 8.


Then, twist it again.


Fold in half.


And you’re done!


See! I didn’t lie! Literally one of the easiest things you will ever do.

As I have previously stated, I am Not a super crafty person.  I didn’t measure or use a ruler  to make sure I cut straight. You can basically do what you want with this. The nice thing about using these T-shirts is that the fabric is stretchy and comfortable. Both of my girls keep them on with no issues!

These headbands are easy,quick, and super cheap.If you have ever tried to look up trendy headbands for babies/toddlers , they can range from $10  and up for 1! I have always gotten compliments whenever I throw one on Selah. A bonus is if you have more than 1 girl, you can make matching ones! Hope it works for you!



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