In keeping with the theme of spring cleaning, this little tutorial will be sure to keep you hairdo dust free!
While there are many ways to create the adorable 1940’s hair turban, I wanted to create something a little different. My turban has extra long ties to create a bow on top of the head, while a hammock like piece wraps around the head to keep your hair tucked away.
*** The size of the rectangle can be altered according to head size and hair length. Some bobby pinning may be required to achieve a secure fit.
Here is what you will need:
– 1/2 yard of cotton fabric
Lay out your fabric and create shapes with the following measurements. Cut out. Cut two ties out of the 6″ wide section (3″ wide.) You can make the ties as wide as you like. For a more fluffy bow, try ties that are 5-6 ” wide.
Then hem the long sides of the rectangle.
Run a gathering stitch along the shorter sides.
Now take the ties, fold them right sides together, stitch, turn out and press.
Gather up the shorter sides to the length of the ties and pin. Stitch right sides together.
Trim excess fabric and press.
And there you have a unique 1940’s inspired turban!
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