This week... more headscarves! This pic is actually a repeat from last week--sharing a pretty narrow, triangular headscarf I made from an off-cut of fabric while making skirts. It "matches" the skirt I shared last week too. I left the edges of this one raw for fun, and as an easy, no-sew extra project. Now that my hair is longer--and I'm still growing it out--I'm enjoying different options, like wearing headscarves.
Here's another headscarf I made--again, an off-cut from cutting & sewing skirts. This one is also a long, triangular shape, but I've tied it on top, to the side. A bit retro-style
The fabrics are light-weight and mid-weight jersey knit. As mentioned, the print scarf has been left with raw edges. The charcoal gray scarf has one raw edge (the frayed one) that has a line of stiching along that edge, and the other edge has been overlocked. Each scarf can be gathered and tied in many ways for different looks.
Here's something else... more of a headband. I've made this one from a scrap of black jersey knit (from another skirt in progress) This one is made in an arc shape with folds/gathers stitched in place. To the short ends I've stitched a small piece of lingerie elastic--joining the ends--which fits at the nape of my neck--for a nice, snug, but comfy fit. The headband slips easily on & off over the head.
This headband can be folded more or less in width for different looks. I like it this way best!
I have more on headscarves and head coverings... for another time!