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Color Block Headband

By Whitehaus @wecanredoit
Yes, it's color blocking again! Seeing as I'm still far from over it, I thought I'd do a variation on the color block scarf project from a few weeks ago. Like the scarf, this project is a quickie with bold, colorful results and only requires two pairs of old tights to make.My habit of wearing boots with tights and no socks has given me plenty of holey-footed tights that are still in pretty good overall condition. One of these days I'll learn (maybe), but in the meantime it's given me plenty of material to choose from.Color Block HeadbandMaterials:-2 pairs of tightsColor Block HeadbandStep 1: Cut one leg off from each of the two pairs of tights. Color Block HeadbandStep 2: Lay the legs over top one another so that they create an X.Color Block HeadbandStep 3: Fold the bottom right side upward to lay over the top left side, so that the two edges are flush with one another.Step 4: Repeat the previous step, this time bringing the bottom left side up over top right.Color Block HeadbandStep 5: Wrap the pieces around you head to see where the two sides meet.Color Block HeadbandStep 6: Put a line at this spot on each side using tailor's chalk.
Color Block HeadbandStep 7: Lay the right side over the left side, making sure that the two lines are directly over top one another.Color Block HeadbandStep 8: Sew directly across that area.Color Block HeadbandStep 9: If you have a lot of excess material, cut it off with a pair of scissors.Color Block Headband*When you flip the headband right side out, your back seam will be nice and clean.The back will look like this...Color Block Headband...and the front like this!Color Block HeadbandYou can use the other half of the tights to make a second headband to give as a gift. Nobody will ever realize that you used to wear these on your legs.TOOLS*scissors*tailor's chalk or pen*sewing machine (or needle and thread)Color Block Headband

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