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The Perfect Infinity Headband

By: Danielle from Peanut Life Adventures
The Perfect Infinity Headband
The Perfect Infinity Headband

Using just a few pieces of scrap fabric you can make The Perfect Infinity Headband. This DIY fabric headband is super easy to make and looks great. If you've ever dealt with hair in your face and had no headband to turn to, this is the perfect option for you. Fashionable headbands are hard to find. With The Perfect Infinity Headband you can make sure your always on trend by choosing your own fabric. What makes this headband unique is the double sided feature. Choose two of your favorite fabric patterns, and you'll have two different looks for this headband.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Already familiar with the infinity scarf? If so, then this infinity headband will be easy to make. The headband is made from two different fabrics so is reversible. Easy tutorial on how to make the headband. This is a great scrap fabric project. I imagine red and blue bandanas would be perfect to use as fabric choices too.

I found directions but no actual pattern anywhere. Perhaps it should be self-explainable but to a novice it isn't. :(

Hi! It looks like the pattern is provided here, but it is a bit hard to find. If you read the first paragraph of the post, it lists where to download the pattern from an additional site. For your convenience, I will paste it below. It is on a Google Doc, however, so you will need to be logged into a Google or Gmail account. Hope that helps! Kaylee, Editor of

the directions do not load.

No notes or pictures.

there seems to be an error/typo in the link. if you're not able to access it, try this

don't know how i missed JMitchell's comment the first time around . .. sorry for the repeat post.

Same here. Blank page only:"(

Just got a blank page. Wonder if it will ever be available.

Even after taking out the extra didn't go to the pattern. Still trying to figure it out.

I did get to the pattern by taking out the extra http. The above worked for me, and should for others as well.

sewing pattern link leads to web site unavailable...web site cannot be displayed

Yep same here. Looks like the http in the link was put in twice?


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