Hi everyone! I'm back today with a new headband in my headband series. This one will be my only paid pattern of the series, and you can find the pattern in my pattern shop. Next week I'll be back with my grand finale of the series, and it's a big one! There will be two templates for both adults and kids, and can I tell you a secret?...it's my favorite of the whole series! And like I mentioned before...it's free!
Alright, but let's get back to today. Anyone want some ears? These originally came about because when I got on this latest headband making kick, my little one was quite adamant that she didn't want some flowery headband. She wanted ears! I designed these little guys and she was super happy, and she loves wearing them (which really says something because it is super hard to keep anything in her hair--and trust me she needs something to hold back all of those curls!)
Alright, let's talk pattern details:
Here's what you'll need to know how to do (prerequisite skills for the pattern):
- Sewing straight seams, back-stitching (and when to use) with a sewing machine. (standard sewing skills)
- Pressing with an iron to fold in seam allowances.
- Experience using fusible interfacing or fusible fleece is helpful but not required.
And as for sizing:
- This pattern includes a toddler (for about a 2-3 year old) template and a child template. The child size fits my head snugly, as an adult with a relatively small head.
- Instructions are provided for sizing the toddler template down for a more petite child.
Here's a sneak peak into what the pattern looks like:
Like most of my patterns, this pattern is intended for the home sewer. If you would like to make anything from this pattern and sell it, whether it be at a craft booth or personal online shop, you are welcome to use this pattern as long as you credit Snugglebug University for the design (no mass production though, please). If you have any questions please just contact me. Happy sewing! And don't forget to check back next week for the most awesome tutorial of all! And if you missed out on last week's headband tutorial, you can find it here.