Making your own headband is super easy! A jersey knit headband is another great way to ucycle old T-shirts.
- old T-shirt or jersey knit fabric
Cut a long strip of fabric – my headband measures 40 x 3″ / 100 x 8cm. Jersey knit fabric doesn’t unravel, so you can leave the edges raw.
Embroider the headband if you like. And that’s it! So easy, right? 🙂
15 thoughts on “DIY No-Sew Jersey Headband – Tutorial”
Another great way to reuse t-shirts, Lina. I should make myself some for when I’m exercising.
Thanks, Pam! 🙂
Perfect project. Jersey knit is a favorite of mine to work with. I recently made a striped skirt. Love to work with it. I have made scarves out it also. They are no-sew just cut and wear! Cute headband. Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!
Thanks for stopping by, Sherry! 🙂
How cute is this and how summery!!!
This is adorable Lina I love the polka dots.
Thanks for stopping by, Amber!
Your hair band is perfect for the humid days of summer. This would keep all the little frizzies under control. I also like the material you chose for it because its not too stretchy and would be comfortable to wear.
Thanks for stopping by, Leanna. Yes, the hair band is really comfortable to wear. 🙂
I love the simplicity of this – I just wish I didn’t have the shape of head where headbands always just slide off!! #WasteLessednesday
PS – I meant to also say that I host a monthly green linky and would love it if you wanted to link up any of your upcycling type posts. Called GoingGreen the next one opens on July 3rd.
Thanks for inviting me to your party!
How cute! My girls would love this!