DIY Game Day T-Shirt Headband
My sister is a hardcore football fanatic going to tons of games this year and kicking butt year after year at Fantasy football. I asked her to come help me make a DIY Game Day T-Shirt Headband for her next game day. We made it out of an old FSU t-shirt with schedule from years ago.Tools & Supplies
- Team T-Shirt
- Paper Cup
- Fiskars Rotary Cutting Set
- Fiskars 8 Inch Premier Softgrip Titanium Straight Scissors
- Brother LS2125i Easy-to-Use, Everyday Sewing Machine
- Sew-All Thread 1094 Yards-Nu White
Stretch the team t-shirt over the cutting mat. Cut the logo that you would like to feature centering it with at least 2 inches above and below the logo used for folding purposes. Cute the shirt all the way around creating a circle of fabric. Fold the circle in half centering the logo. We played with a ton of different lengths but found that 22” X 5” worked best.
At each end of the piece of fabric, use a solo cup to trace a semicircle onto the ends.
Sew the edges together with ¼ inch seam allowance using a straight stitch. In the middle of the piece of fabric, skip over a little section. Also, remember to back stitch otherwise this will come apart. Trim the rounded edges for a clean top knot.
Turn the material right inside out. Also, hand stitch the little section that you left open.
Tie a square knot with the rounded ends.
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