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From: mama2redheads
Date: 08-19-2006, 07:58 AM (1 of 2)
Does anyone know of a cheap or free head scarf pattern? I'm talking about the triangle-shaped ones that tie behind the hair, and I need it for my 1-year-old. I would like to make her one to match one of her fall outfits. Thanks!

User: mama2redheads
Member since: 06-08-2006
Total posts: 11
From: Mom of Six
Date: 08-19-2006, 08:14 PM (2 of 2)
I just cut a triangle of fabric the size I want it, then hem the 2 edges & bind the front edge leaving enough binding to tie on each side.

Or you can cut a square, hem all 4 edges, fold it in half & self tie it.

The ones in these pictures are the squares self tied.
Happiness is having time to sew!!
User: Mom of Six
Member since: 11-03-2001
Total posts: 1115
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