Tutorials on Making Cute Bowknot Children Hair Band

Summary: this hair accessory is made of ribbons, lace trim nylon string threads and pearlized glass beads. It is easy to make and very popular for children to wear.

Tutorials on Making Cute Bowknot Children Hair Band

Do you have kids? Still bothered to dress her up? Then the cute bowknot hair band will help you solve the problem.

Materials needed for this cute bowknot children hair band:

8mm White Pearlized Glass Round Beads Strand

90mm White Stretchy Lace Trim Nylon String Threads

25mm Blue Polka Dot Ribbon Grosgrain Ribbon

0.8mm White Nylon Sewing Thread

0.8mm Iron Pins, Self-Threading Needles

8mm White Plastic Hair Band Findings

Iron Scissors

Hot Glue Gun


the instruments

Instructions on making this children hair band:

Step 1: stitch the laces

1st: cut the long lace in two, overlap part of the two laces as in the picture

2nd, stitch the overlapped part of the two laces as shown in the picture

step 1

Step 2: make the frame of the hair band

Use the hot glue gun to stick the stitched laces onto the white plastic hair band finding

step 2

Step 3: make the bowknot

1st, cut a strip of blue polka dot ribbon, make a circle and stick the ends of the ribbon

2nd, flatten the ribbon and fold the middle of the ribbon as in the picture

3rd, use another short blue ribbon to fasten the middle of the ribbon and make another 4 bowknots in the same way

step 3

Step 4: decorate the hair band with the bowknots

1st, stitch a pearlized glass bead onto one bowknot as in the picture, and then stitch the bowknot onto the hair band with laces

2nd, stitch another four bowknots alternately in the same way

step 4

Here is the final work!

the final work

This cute hair band doesn't need many materials and the making process is also simple. It is a suitable craftwork for children to learn to make! If you want to teach kids some simple craft, then it is a good choice!


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Comments (1)

Jul 08, 2017 at 10:01 AM Alicia Woods

so what is the lighter used for? it is listed in the materials list, but it is not used in the instructions. just curious.