DIY Sailor Knot Headband

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Your favorite T-shirts from summer don’t need to be boxed up or thrown away! Now you can use them to make a lovely DIY Sailor Knot Headband! Perfect for working out, spicing up your pony, and a million other things!
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Grab your scissors, old t-shirt (or stretchy fabric), and hot glue gun/needle and tread/sewing machine. Now get crafting! My brain needs pictures and words to comprehend and the terrific Salor Knot Headband tutorial has both!-Domestic Ingenuity

Tuck and Cover Hair

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I love headbands! Up hair and headbands are my go-to’s for quick and easy hair! I love this twist on the regular old headband routine. Check out this Tuck and Cover Hair!
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Grab two headbands, one pretty and one plain stretchy, and some hairspray and you are ready for this easy up-do. It is too cute! Follow the link for this fab look!-My Soul is the Sky

DIY Headband

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Remember that whole turban fad? It was short lived, thank God! I always thought they looked so silly, but there were certain aspects that I liked. I think this DIY headband incorporates all the good things that the turban had to offer, but in headband form which is just more practical. I love this headband look with the hair up in a pony tail or with the hair down and the headband placed over the crown of the head!

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I found this picture on Pinterest and couldn’t find the original source for more detailed instructions. You will definitely need some basic sewing skills to attach the two pieces of fabric (or if you’re lazy like me, a glue gun might work just fine too! Ha!)