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Sweet Grace Ruffled Headband- Snickerdoodle Stew for Izzy & Ivy Designs

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***This listing is for a digital sewing tutorial and not for a physical product. You will receive a PDF file which will be emailed to you or available in your Etsy account.***

This fun and versatile headband can be made for newborns through adults. Using up scraps and bits of leftover fabrics and trims, your only limitation on this pretty accessory is your imagination! Sewn up in less than an hour, this tutorial is perfect for any stage of sewist, from beginner to expert.

Materials:
-Up to 3 coordinating fabric scraps with content consisting of quilter’s cotton, lace, knits, corduroy, velveteen, voile, satin, polysatin, burlap, tulle, mesh, millinery net, etc. Pieces must be at least 3”x10” (8 cm x25 cm).
-Trim: ric rac, Cluny lace, flat lace, ribbon, etc. Recommended width for piece is no greater than 1 1/2” (4 cm) and you will need 6”.
½ yard (1/2 meter) of Fold Over Elastic (FOE) or stretch lace.
-One large button or 3 smaller buttons (not recommended for babies or toddlers)
Notions: rotary cutter, ruler, and self-healing mat, scissors, needle, matching thread, sewing machine, iron, ironing board. Optional: pinking shears, serger, hemmer foot.

This tutorial was originally featured in Issue 5 of the One Thimble E-zine, in November 2014. It was the winning tutorial of the Modes4U and One Thimble Fat Quarter Competition, General Category. http://www.onethimble.com.au/fat-quarter-project-winners-announced/
***This listing is for a digital sewing tutorial and not for a physical product. You will receive a PDF file which will be emailed to you or available in your Etsy account.***

This fun and versatile headband can be made for newborns through adults. Using up scraps and bits of leftover fabrics and trims, your only limitation on this pretty accessory is your imagination! Sewn up in less than an hour, this tutorial is perfect for any stage of sewist, from beginner to expert.

Materials:
-Up to 3 coordinating fabric scraps with content consisting of quilter’s cotton, lace, knits, corduroy, velveteen, voile, satin, polysatin, burlap, tulle, mesh, millinery net, etc. Pieces must be at least 3”x10” (8 cm x25 cm).
-Trim: ric rac, Cluny lace, flat lace, ribbon, etc. Recommended width for piece is no greater than 1 1/2” (4 cm) and you will need 6”.
½ yard (1/2 meter) of Fold Over Elastic (FOE) or stretch lace.
-One large button or 3 smaller buttons (not recommended for babies or toddlers)
Notions: rotary cutter, ruler, and self-healing mat, scissors, needle, matching thread, sewing machine, iron, ironing board. Optional: pinking shears, serger, hemmer foot.

This tutorial was originally featured in Issue 5 of the One Thimble E-zine, in November 2014. It was the winning tutorial of the Modes4U and One Thimble Fat Quarter Competition, General Category. http://www.onethimble.com.au/fat-quarter-project-winners-announced/

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