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Making your own headband is easier than you think. I promise. I know from experience. You’ll especially love that this is a no-sew headband tutorial which means anyone can do it in a matter of minutes!

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Cut three pieces of fabric to 24 inches x 4 inches
  2. Apply a bead of fabric glue along the right side edge of the fabric as shown
  3. Fold the fabric together, repeat this for all pieces
  4. Once the glue is dry, turn the fabric tube inside out
  5. Stack the three pieces of fabric and tie together with string
  6. Loosely braid the fabric and tie off at the other end
  7. Use hot glue to secure the braided fabric to the headband
  8. Use hot glue and ribbon to finish off the end



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11 thoughts on “How to Make a Braided Headband

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  2. This is so cute! I want one, but I don’t know if it actually suits me. Nevertheless, I will do it and make one for myself and my sister. We can wear matching braided hairbands this summer. Thank you so much for posting this great blog!

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