DIY Knotted Bow Headbands

By: Shelly Morgan from
DIY Knotted Bow Headbands
DIY Knotted Bow Headbands

Keep hair out of your little one's face with this DIY Knotted Bow Headbands! The beginner sewing project won't take long to make and is super stylish, too. It's also a great way to use up your remnants of fabric.

From the blogger: "Woven Knot Bow Headband pattern that you can make in 15 minutes. Comes in sizes 0-3 months through 14 years. Perfect for any little girl you know! Woven Knotted Bow Headband Pattern with SVG Cut Files for Cricut Maker. I don’t know if you can tell, but I can’t get enough of these knotted bow headbands so when Cricut came out with the new Cricut Maker, I KNEW that this would be the PERFECT pattern for it. So I sat down and designed a Woven Knotted Bow Headband Pattern with SVG cut files for the Cricut Maker. OK, confession. I have had this post halfway done for several months. Actually, it was pretty much all done except for the pictures showing the finished look.

"I really meant to have this fun little pattern out to you all, but thanks to my friend #GoAwayIrma Hurricane Irma, we had a little bit of delay in just about everything blog-related. But the good news is I’m soooo back and ready to pile on the patterns and tutorials for y’all! My previous Knot Bow Headband Pattern is made with knit fabric with is great, it's super stretchy and comfy, but there are SO many more fabric options with woven fabric. So I decided that a Woven Knotted Bow Headband Pattern would be a great addition, because who doesn’t need options??? Amiright?! I also decided that this was the perfect occasion to snap some picks of my toothless girl. Love that smile! I had a fat quarter bundle of this gorgeous Safari Party Fabric line designed by Melissa Mortenson from The Polkadot Chair for Riley Blake Designs (you can see my Charm Square Quilt Tutorial made with this fabric as well) that I was just itching to make more things with. I’m totally a sucker for all the pinks, blues, and golds, plus who doesn’t love zebras? My kiddos most definitely do! Since there were so many pretty fabrics to choose from, I decided to make these Knotted Bow Headbands reversible, but that is optional. You can make them all from one fat quarter if you like. These are pretty much the quickest and greatest sewing project because they are super fast (always my kind of project) and hardly take any fabric at all."

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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