Today I have a video tutorial for you for woven ribbon headbands using ribbon and supplies from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
I’ve been promising this video for a while and I finally have it done. My video editing needs some work, but I think it’s good enough to give you an idea of how to make them. My oldest son had the nerve to grow up, get a job and move out without any consideration for my video editing needs if you can believe that. This is why it’s been 2 years since my last video. If you did not see it, be sure to take a look at my Military Braid Tutorial where I made a pair of fun flip flops. I’m not of the generation that is born with the knowledge to run all computer programs, so you’ll have to bear with me for now. 🙂 I’m sure my skills will improve once I have a few videos under my belt.
First I have the video for you below. Then beneath that, I will show you some other headband samples I made. I encourage you to give this project a try. Once you get the hang of it, it’s really quite easy.
Here is my adorable niece modeling a headband I made with 3/8″ double-faced satin using a 1/2″ child size headband. This size headband is probably ideal for girls up to age 7 or 8. It’s a bit shorter end to end when their heads are still a bit smaller.
I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and you have success making your own headbands. They are wonderful for holiday gifts or to sell at holiday craft fairs.
If you give this a try, we would love to have you share your finished projects on the RRR Facebook page.
If you have any questions or problems, I’d be happy to help if I can. Just be sure to leave an email address so I can answer you if your blogger account does not have an email link.
~ Bonnie ~