DIY No Sew Headbands From T-Shirts!
I just cleaned out my closet and got rid of some tees that no longer fit me. I knew there would be a good use for them and there certainly was! I made these adorable DIY No Sew Headbands from t shirts and they couldn’t have turned out any cuter for an easy 5 minute project! Yes, they take all of five minutes to make. They are EASY!
Grab an old stretchy t-shirt or tank top/cami. For adults the cami works best because it is more stretchy. The tee worked really well for my daughter.
Then cut a 6” wide strip out of the t-shirt, cutting off the bottom seam as well.
Now you’ll have a circle. Twist it once into a figure 8 shape.
Then twist it again and then once more for a total of three figure 8 twists.
Now fold it in half with the knot that formed from the twists at the top.
Then pull the ends into a circle, keeping the knot at the front, center.
That’s it! You’re done! You can make a bunch of these in no time! Use all different colors and patterns.
My favorite way to wear them is to throw your hair into a messy bun and then add the headband. Isn’t it adorable?!
It looks adorable and it keeps your hair off your face.
If you don’t have old t-shirts laying around you could also use jersey fabric for these but you’d have to sew them into a loop. To do this just cut a 6” strip out and sew into a loop to fit your head (after the twists are factored in).
From the back it is equally adorable!
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What a cute and unique idea! I need something like this to help keep my hair out of my face when exercising.
That is the cutest thing! I love how it came out.
I have long, thick hair that always gets in my way when I’m trying to do household chores or yardwork. These would come in handy for me!
Oh these are perfect for that! I’m jealous of your thick hair 🙂
I have often wondered if this idea would work. I am glad to see that someone actually tried it. I was too chicken. They look great!
Ha! Yes, they work! I’ve been wanting to make them forever and once I did I realized they are super easy!
What a cool way to upcycle a tshirt. I want to make one of these for me. I have used Viviscal in the past and even though it takes a few months to really notice results, I definitely could tell a difference in my hair growth.
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Brilliant idea! Yes, my son has thick and beautiful hair – like most of my side of the family – I have fine thick hair! – I ‘ll check into Viviscal – I’d never heard of it! Thank you
You’re welcome! I have the most fine hair too!
That is a great way to recycle old t-shirts. My niece would love making them.
This is a fantastic idea. I will have to make a few for my daughter and i. I know she will love it.
This is soooo cute! Also very creative.
What a great way to re-use clothes! I love this idea. My daughter outgrows her stuff to quickly so I’ll have to start do some headbands for her!
Yes, I love upcycling clothes! This is perfect for that.
Looks cute. Easy to do too.
Oh my goodness…..this is so smart! I have tons of old t-shirts!
Simple at that, huh? My 11 year old daughter would love this, but if I show her the idea I might have to hide all the good shirts as I know she will want one in every color 😉
Thanks for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty
Only let her do it with old shirts.
This is a great idea! I like your tip of using an old cami, as I’m sure the material would be perfect for this. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for sharing this- I’ve really been wanting to make headbands for my daughter! Pinning!
This is a great way to make some and use up those old t-shirts she can’t wear anymore.
Such a great way to repurpose old clothing. Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday!
This is SO cute and creative! I’ll be cutting up my t-shirts all day. :0) Thanks for sharing with us at the Merry Monday Link Party! Hope to see you again on Sunday night.
This is such a great idea!
What a great idea. My daughters are always making things from old t-shirts, and this would be so useful. Pinning it!
I love this! I am pinning it for my daughter. Thank you for posting. I’m glad I saw you over at #WonderfulWednesday!
I love it! It’s easy and also a great way to re-use those old t-shirts!
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What a cute idea.