How to Make Elastic Headbands?


It isn't hard to make elastic headbands to match any outfit that you have. You simply need to sew a rectangle of fabric into a tube shape, leaving the ends open. Turn the tube right side out and run elastic through the tube. Last, you will sew the two ends of the tube together, but be careful to not sew through the elastic.
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How to Make Elastic Headbands
Elastic headbands are an attractive headband option for people who can't wear typical headbands due to sensitive nerves behind their ears. With an elastic headband, the elastic gently conforms to the head without the painful pinching that is common with... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Make a tube of fabric and insert a length of elastic that will fit tight. Sew the ends together and add a bow if you want to the crown of the headband.
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