Vintage Head Wrap {Tutorial}

I have three daughters. On good days they like to play with their hair a bit, but in the summer, all of us are more than likely to pull it up. These head wraps are a wonderful accessory for the easy-peasy summer-do. Currently, I am loving the vintage linens colors and prints, so I made three Vintage Head Wraps to share with my little ladies. 

Vintage Head Wraps.jpg

First, I made a head wrap tracer. At the widest it measures 2 3/4 inches, the narrow end measures 1 1/2 inches, the length is 16 inches. Place the wide end of the tracer on the fold of the material. 

Head wrap supplies.jpg

Pin the tracer to the fabric and cut {making sure the thick end is on the fold}. I used a rolled hem foot on my machine to make a small hem around the edges {You could also use a zig-zag stitch around perimeter to seal edges}. Once the hems are done, you can leave as is - or add embellishments like a ruffle or coiled flower. 

Vintage head wraps 3.jpg
Head wrap on Bella.jpg

My lovely middle daughter {Bean} is modeling one of our Vintage Head Wraps. I have made a lot of these beauties, and the great thing is that they fit any head. The long, narrow strip allows for tying off under your hair, at the nape of the neck. 

These make great summer Biddle or accessories for your friends.


Linked this project at: Moonlight & Mason Jars,  C.R.A.F.T., Alderberry Hill,  Sew Can Do, Craft-O-Maniac, Skip to My Lou, Yesterday on Tuesday, Sugar Bee Crafts, Not Just a Housewife,  Todays Creative Blog , The Gunny Sack, Lolly Jane, SNAP Creativity, Someday Crafts, Lil Luna, 36th Avenue, 733 Blog, Southern Lovely, The Girl Creative, 52 Mantels, House Of Hepworths, Live, Laugh, Rowe, Craftberry Bush, Create, Craft, Love, Liz Marie Blog, Fox Hollow Cottage, 504 Main, Craftionary, 30 Handmade Days, Young and Crafty, Whipperberry, Jennifer Rizzo, Tatertots & Jello, Six Sister's Stuff, Funky Junk Interiors, Flamingo Toes, DIY Showoff, I Heart Naptime,Twigg Studios