Diy: How To Make A Reversible Elastic Hair Bonnet With Reversible Band.

  • Posted on 02 April, 2022
  • Long Hair
  • By Anonymous

Hey guys welcome back to the channel today in this video i'm going to be making a reversible hair bonnet with a reversible rope um. This is something that was requested by one of my aunties. She sent me this materials. Actually, i think it remained from something she made before, so she wanted to make a reversible hair bonnet with it. So i just thought to film the process, and i hope that you're able to learn one or two things from it so guys to start off this tutorial. First thing: i'm going to do, as you can see, is that i folded my fabric into four, and you see this is in four places, so we're going to take our measurements from this part that doesn't have any cuts - and this point here is where i'm going To start taking all of my measurement from so the radius of this hair bonnet, i, this is going to be 12 inches so, depending on how big you want yours to be, it could be 13 inches 14 inches, and if it's for a smaller person, it can Be 9, 10 or 11 inches so right now, i'm just marking my 12 inch radius. All the way around from the same point, at the top, so guys when you actually marking is you're just going to cut along the white lines. So before i open up the circle, i'm just going to do the exact same thing. I did on this print on this satin fabric. So for these i just decided not to measure it up again, i'm just pinning down my print fabric on the satin so that i've just used it to trace on the satin fabric. Now we can remove our pins and open up a circle and you can see that it's going to be a very full circle. So this is what it looks like, and this is the other part as well. So this is what i have so. What i'm going to do now is to place them right sides facing each other, as you see me doing like this, and i'm just going to pin it all the way around so that they don't shift from where they're supposed to be so guys. She wanted like this to have um ropes, so that should be able to tie it around her head. And so i decided to just go up by three and a half inch from one part of the circle, and i just make a triangle. As you see, and i'm just going to cut along the white lines, so this was my first time trying something like this and actually to make this, i had to watch a lot of other videos. So next thing we're going to do now is to just head over to the sewing machine. I'M going to stitch all the way around so guys. I'Ve done that, and this is what it looks like so now we're just going to turn it over to the right side through the opening i had earlier after that. I also went ahead to just iron out this piece, so it comes out very neatly. So the next thing we're going to head over to do right now is to go over to the sewing machine and i'm going to stitch this down from somewhere here, leaving one inch away from the opening i had earlier, i'm going to stitch it all the way Around to a point somewhere around here, leaving one inch again at the end, so this is what i mean, so i left about one inch on both sides and i've stitched it up all the way around. So the next thing we're going to do now is to cut out an elastic band that i'm going to pull through this hairband. So i cut out this elastic band with 17 inches and i'm just going to pass it through the casing i made earlier so while doing this, i have to be very careful to ensure that the elastic doesn't go into the casing. So, as you can see when it got to the end of the fabric, i had to hold it in place with my pin so that it doesn't go all the way through so right now, i'm just going to continue pulling my elastic through so guys when you Go to the other end as well. I had to secure it again with another pin, so it doesn't go back. So this is what we have right now, i'm just i'm spreading out my pleats around, so that it's even on the bonnet. So this is what it looks like and if you flip it over, this is how it looks now i'm going to head over to the sewing machine and i'm going to secure my elastic band using the sewing machine. So after i was done with that. This is what i have i've stitched it down here and here, and you see that the space we left earlier is still there, because i'm going to be using that for the band. So i went ahead to cut out this band, which is about two inches wide. So i had two of the print and then two of the satin fabric. So, as you can see, what i'm doing is placing one print and one satin fabric together and i'm going to stitch it all the way around. Leaving one side out that side, i'm leaving out, is going to be the opening for me to turn this band over to the right side so guys after i was through it and ironed it out. This is what i had so you have the print on one side and then the satin fabric on the other side. Now this is the part that is a little bit tricky. So what i'm going to do here? Remember we left some space earlier, so you're just going to fold it in, as you see me doing, like this just fold up the both um, the lining and the actual print fabric. As you see me doing like this, and then i'm going to place my rope through it's like this, as you see me doing, and we are going to hold it in place so for this particular hair bonnet, i'm placing the rope the other way around. So the satin part of the rope is going to be facing the print fabric, while the print fabric, part of the rope will be facing the certain parts. I hope you understand so after that. The next thing, i'm just going to continue with the fold all the way down and i'm going to pin it up - and this is something i think is best if you first iron it out before you start putting the ropes um through this point. So the same thing i did on the other side, i'm going to just repeat it here: fold my fabric in and then place the rope and pin it together so guys when you've pinned it all down. As you see me doing, like this you're just going to head over to the sewing machine and you're going to stitch all the way around the parts that had this pins so guys, that is all if you stitch it down. That is basically all for this bonus. Trust me it's very easy, although the last part could be a little bit tricky like i said earlier, you could iron it first before you place the rope um into it. So thank you so much for watching this video today um. I hope that you find it helpful if you're not subscribed, please hit on the subscribe button and turn on the notification bell. I'Ll see you in the next video

Text+① ⑦⑦⑨ ⑧⓪⓪-⑤⑥②④: So beautiful. Just became your family now. So that you can help me more. Thank you

Rebecca Sarah: This came out so cute I shared a tutorial on how to sew a satin bonnet recently too. Please let me know what you think

Text+① ⑦⑦⑨ ⑧⓪⓪-⑤⑥②④: Hy good morning. Please what's the length and width of the fabric?

Akunne Maureen: This material looks so good

Blessing Rejoice: This is the easiest and the simplest way ... I’m officially a member of this family .. I really want to learn how to sow

Ose Reme: This is beautiful

Mmesoma Ezeonu: This is beautiful dear. Thanks for sharing. I have a question though, The size of the elastic band you cut, is it determined by anything or does the size go for everyone

Musa Victory: I'm definitely making this♥️

chiprivan 8: Nice and helpful video

Ayodele Nifemi: This is nice❤ What did you use to push the elastic in

Ruth Iwuji: Splendidly

Nancy Shamatanga: Wow beautiful thank you for sharing be blessed

Ubi Faith Ubangha: The best in the game. I am definitely making this

Blessing Oyewole: I love this Please where can I get the satin fabric..or how can I identify it in market

pereka nyirenda: How long did you make the straps?

Vivian Okeke: beautifully Done and Neat ❤❤❤

Nangula Fotolela: Hi. How many yards of each fabric did you use?

Abdulsalam Adedamola: Thank you

April Washington: Beautiful work. Wish you would have filmed how to put it on

Plove TV: Just became your family now. Beautiful channel with Amazing contents..

Ify Love: This is absolutely beautiful dear

lilian onyeka: I love d way u teach.... Wow...

Emmanuella Ebinum: Beautiful... What's the name of the satin Fabric?

Faith Felix: What measurement can you use for children?

Frankie Carter: You are a great tutor and I will follow and subscribe to your channel

Waheed sukurat Damilare: Thanks So beautiful more wisdom dear sis

Shunaya Riley: Thanks so much

Karen tatiana Castro: Hermoso esa es mucha creatividad

Marcy Phiri: This is good I like the way you teach

Nzuoh Caroline: Beautiful channel.keep up . please what's the length of the rope u made

Anyanwu Chikadibia: Pls u should showed us how to tie the band

Bitrus Linda Mancha: Seriously I always find it difficult to sew I don't know if there's any other way to just setting it or what I don't know

Chirotam Ulanda: Nice work

Jennifer Okyere: Plz can u do more ,God bless you

Azeez Olajumoke: It's your Sincerity for me

Akosua Ntibea: You are the best teacher

Alui Blessing: perfect

Bitrus Linda Mancha: Hi good morning how are you doing how is work sorry on your machine do you use it to sew elastic rubber material on it

Annesha Stlouis: How long is the rope please?

Favour Ochigbo: Pls can a yard of fabric produce 2 bonnets

Uchendu Amaka: Nice one dear but please can u do me a favour I really want u to do a video on how to cut and sew a basket neck gown desame with the sleeve and the down part but the bodies will be normal .

Text+① ⑦⑦⑨ ⑧⓪⓪-⑤⑥②④: Please ma. What's the length and width of the ban

Precious Adiye: My boss

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