When we visited Arizona, I was able to love all over our brand new 2 week old niece while we were there and I was in heaven!  I couldn’t come empty handed and miss my opportunity to make some thing GIRLY for her! 

I decided on a Rosette Headband to match an infant tutu!

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  Items Needed:

  • Headband (I bought mine from Hobby Lobby)
  • Fabric
  • Hot glue gun/glue sticks
  • Needle and thread

 

To make a Rosette:

  1. Cut a strip of fabric (I just used some cotton broadcloth) 21” long and 1.5 inches wide.  This will make a 1” finished rosette. 
  2. Fold the strip in half long ways
  3.  Hold each end of the folded strip in each of your hands and twist until the entire strip is twisted.  Bring your two hands together and the strip will wrap around itself.
  4. Tie a loose knot in the end where the 2 separate ends meet
  5. Roll the twisted fabric around the knot until a rosette is formed.
  6. Use a dab of hot glue on the end of the fabric strip
  7. Tuck under the edge of the rosette

 Rosette Tutorial

To insure that they stay in place, I like to cut small fabric circles (a bit smaller than the rosette) and glue them to the back of the fabric flowers.

  Rosette Fabric Flowers

Next I just used some thread and a needle, and a few quick stitches to adhere them to the headband. 

Rosette Fabric Flowers Headband

To make larger rosettes you can simply use longer and wider strips of fabric! 

Rosette Fabric Flowers Headband and Matching Tutu

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Imagine a baby girl in this picture!!!  These headbands fit infants to toddlers, they are super stretchy!   Need to make the tutu also?  I already shared my tutorial on a No Sew Infant/Newborn Tutu and also my tutorial on how to make a Toddler/Young Girl Tutu!  You can check those out! 

Rosette Fabric Flowers Headband and Matching Tutu

You can also check out all the other things I have done with Fabric Flowers and how to make them {HERE}.  If you want to make this even more special for a birthday you can substitute the plain white onesie with a personalized onesie!  Oh the possibilities! 

 

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7 Comments
  1. Angel Collins

    This is a great idea, I make this by my own personalized design.

    • Thanks Erin! I am hoping I can eventually use this for my girl :)

  2. How darling!! :) I love the colors of this headband. So, so cute! Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

  3. Kris

    So cute. I love that you know how to make these cute accessories and that you share it with us. I have fallen in love with cute girls hair accessories and learning how to make them is so much fun.

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