These three different style head wraps are made out of jersey knit fabric and are easy to make. You can mix and match colors and prints for a fun look. Jersey knit is the best fabric to use for a great stretch.
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Glue the two sides together. If you prefer, you can sew the ends together with a zigzag stitch. Let the glue dry completely. Fold to the right side. Glue one end of the 3″ x 5″ strip to the outside. Wrap it around the seam and glue the other end to the inside. If you’re sewing, you’ll need to secure this by hand stitching. Once the glue is dry the basic head wrap is complete.
Make a “U” shape out of the aqua jersey fabric. Then take the other strip and make a “U” shape in the opposite direction. Take one end of the tangerine jersey strip and place it under the opposite fabric. The two strips should make an “X”. Glue the strips together on each end. Take both sides and glue together. Let the glue dry for 20 to 30 minutes. Fold to the right side. Then take the 2″ x 4″ strip and glue one end to the outside. Wrap around and glue the other end to the inside. When the glue is dry the knotted head wrap is complete.
Place the two strips in a “U” shape form facing opposite directions. One strip should be overlapping the other. Then take one end of the strip that is overlapping and place it underneath the first strip. Take the other side of the overlapping strip and loop it under the first strip, and let it hang over the other side. Take the first strip on the other side and loop it under the aqua strip. Pull each side gently together to create a braid.
Glue the strips together on both ends. Take both sides and glue together. Let the glue dry for 20 to 30 minutes. Fold to the right side. Take the 2″ x 4″ rectangle and glue one end to the outside. Wrap the strip around the seam and glue the other end to the inside. Once the glue is dry the braided head wrap is complete.
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