Friday, September 14, 2012

DIY Twisted Towel Hair Wrap


I am going to show you how you can make a Twisted Towel Hair Wrap. I own a Turbie Twist Towel, I use it all the time. I have been wanting to make my own ever since I bought this one. I am wearing the Turbie Twist out! {Don't own a Turbie Twist, you can do it still! PROMISE}



You will want to get:
Towel fabric or a Towel from your closet. 
(i used a cheap one from Walmart)
Pattern (You can make one... just look at the shape.)
Scissors
Sewing Machine
4 1/2 inches of 1/4 elastic


Fold your towel in half.
Lay your pattern on top.


Give yourself about 1 inch for seam allowance.
Go ahead and cut around the pattern.


Now that its all cut out, separate the two pieces.


Fold over the straight edge, to make a hem, and pin in place.


Sew with a zigzag stitch.


Next you will want to put the pieces on top of each other, with right sides touching. Put a pin a both ends.


On the larger side, measure up 4 inches and mark with a pin.


You will then fold your elastic in half and place it at the 4 inch mark. With the ends touching the outer edge and the loop end towards the inside. Pin it in place.




Pin all the way around.


Sew with an overcasting and or a zigzag stitch all the way around.


Flip it inside out...




xoxo
Heather

Crafty Confessions

22 comments:

Heidi@OneCreativeMommy.com said...

My ten-year-old would think this is the coolest thing ever. Who would have guessed that hair towels would make kids feel so grown up? Thanks for the great tutorial, and thanks for sharing this week at One Creative Weekend!

Ladies Holiday said...

I love this, especially the top photo- upside down shot! But I absolutely love your nails!! THanks for linking up with the Photo Friday Hop!

Ana Lopes said...

Hi Heather,
So Cute!!! Thanks so much for sharing this great tutorial. I can't wait to try make one for me.
Hope you have a great weekend!

Hugs from Portugal
Ana Love Craft
www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

mail4rosey said...

My daughter would be a huge fan! I'm going to bookmark it to show her.

Paula Miller said...

Awesome! You make it look so easy :))

Kathy Moody said...

This is so great!! My daughter and I both have one, but always need a spare. Thanks for the great tutorial. What great gifts these would make. Thanks so much for linking up at Bouquet of Talent. I am loving all of your great inspiration. :)

Al@PolkaDotsandPaisley said...

I bought one just like this at Target this summer and love it. I've been wanting to make one for my stepdaughter but haven't gotten around to it. You make it look so simple!

Jill said...

I have one of these myself - and my girls love it! How come I never thought to make them their own! Thanks for the inspiration!


Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

Jelli said...

I've never owned a Turbie, but my quick and easy no-sew solution is wrapping a towel on my head turban-style and securing in place with a scrunchie. If I knew how to sew more than buttons, I'd be stitching these up for gifts for my swimming friends.

Shasta Farrar said...

Fabulous tut, Heather. I love Turbie Twist too....now, I'll make my own! Thanks for sharing this with us at the All Star Block Party.

Shasta @InTheOldRoad

Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust said...

Fun! These would make great gifts. Thanks for the great tutorial. AND thanks so much for sharing this on Fabulous Friday at Faith, Trust & Pixie Dust.

Warmly, Michelle

Christine said...

How awesome is that!! I want one!

Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality!

Mackenzie said...

What a great tutorial! I want one! :) You are a featured favorite this weekend on Saturday Show & Tell at Cheerios and Lattes! Thanks again for sharing last week! Hope to see you this week!
Mackenzie :)

AmieAnn said...

How clever are you!?! Buy the product then make your own.. Awesome! Great tutorial.. can't wait to make one too!
p.s. You look gorgeous in your towel.. a hard look to pull off but you do it well~
xoxo
Amie @ Pinkapotamus

Tez said...

I've never had or used one so I'm not clear how to use it....

Confessions of a Stay at Home Mommy said...

Thanks for linking up to last week's Tuesday Confessional! You've been featured and Pinned so head over and grab a brag button!
http://www.craftyconfessions.com/2012/09/tuesday-confessional-features_23.html
~Macy

Misty @Creative Itch said...

What a fun tutorial!! Thanks for sharing @'Sew Cute Tuesday'!

Michelle's Tasty Creations said...

Heather,
Love this! I've been meaning to break out the sewing machine lately and now I need to. I will definitely be making some of these for Christmas gifts. Thanks so much for sharing your great tutorial at Creative Thursday. Can't wait to see what you link up this week.
Michelle

Cleo Rogers said...

WOW! You are so good at it! Great idea! I want a turban like that :)

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