Vintage Inspired Baby Headband Tutorial

I am so excited to bring this tutorial to you today!
I am officially closing my etsy store.
Kinda sad, but good for you, because all my patterns in it are now FREE. : )

I enjoy blogging much more than running my etsy shop and something just had to go, I figure this is a win win for everyone right?

Vintage Inspired Baby Headband Tutorial

Cherished Bliss: How to make Baby Headband Tutorial: An adorable tutorial on making this vintage inspired headband! #tutorial

This was my very first pattern to ever make, so it’s kind of special to me! : )

Cherished Bliss: How to make Baby Headband Tutorial: An adorable tutorial on making this vintage inspired headband! #tutorial

I have to give a HUGE shout out to Traci Ryant for all these beautiful babies, she is my all time favorite newborn photographer!
Not to mention super sweet and pretty much just plain AWESOME! So make sure and stop by her page for some beautiful inspiration!

Cherished Bliss: How to make Baby Headband Tutorial: An adorable tutorial on making this vintage inspired headband! #tutorial

This pattern is not difficult to make at all! There is a little hand sewing, but it’s not hard, I promise ; )
Plus I give you step by step pictures of the entire process in making this headband! Anyone can do it!

Cherished Bliss: How to make Baby Headband Tutorial: An adorable tutorial on making this vintage inspired headband! #tutorial

In the pattern a list of supplies is provided for you as well as how to make this in each size!
I have to say, I kinda want another girl looking at all these pictures! They are oh so fun to play dress up with!

Just to give you a little idea of what else you can do with this pattern, here is a custom order I made for a flower girl in pink and grey.

Cherished Bliss: How to make Baby Headband Tutorial: An adorable tutorial on making this vintage inspired headband! #tutorial

I know I know, it’s way more gorgeous on a cute little newborn head, but at least you can see a close up right? Sadly my daughter would never wear headbands once she figured out where her hands were. So I just got to make them for other little girls who would!

So now that the parade of beautiful babies is over, are you ready to make one? I have it in a google document since this one is kind of a long pattern with lots of pictures!

 

  This Pattern is for personal use only! Please do not sell items made using this pattern. Please always link back when using this pattern for personal use. For a limited usage License please contact me. You may not alter, change, or distribute this pattern! 

Click HERE for Pattern

 

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Comments

  1. Patti says

    I am planning my first grand childs baby shower. This is a beautiful and perfect addition we will make. You are so creative. Best wishes for your continued success. I will look forward to other things you make. Thank you for sharing this with others.

  2. says

    Awww this is adorable! I’m so glad I found your blog {through Carolyn’s Homework linky party}. I’m your newest follower.
    Jamie ~ Better With Age

  3. says

    This is so beautiful! My little girl’s first birthday photo shoot is coming up and I might just have to make one of these to go with her ruffle romper for her cake smash photos. Thanks for sharing.

    I’d be tickled if you’d link up at this week’s Off the Hook!
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  4. mariah says

    For some reason I can’t view the pdf file? Can you send it to me or somehow redirect me to how it will open? It only opens to a blank white screen.

  5. Melinda T says

    Thank you for sharing your pattern! My sister, sister-in-law and cousin are all expecting baby girls within the next couple of months and I can’t wait to make one for them!

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  9. julie says

    This is adorable. I’m expecting first granddaughter and would love to make one of these. I tried downloading the pattern and was unable. Could you please email it to me? Thank you!

  10. says

    Oh my! You are so talented! It is a pity you had to close the Etsy shop. I also have a small online store selling baby headbands and baby hair clips so I know how much time it can take up! But it is also very satisfying when you have finished making a beautiful budle of headbands for a little bany girl. Good luck with the blogging. Reallylovely site. x

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