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Make a studded turban

Posted by Cathy A. from Brooklyn, Michigan, United States • Published See Cathy A.'s 10 projects »
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  • How to make a turban. Diy Studded Turban - Step 1
    Step 1

    Large Scarf
    Studs
    Scissors
    Tape measure
    Fabric glue
    Aleene’s Jewel-it glue
    Rubber band for hair
    Straight pins
    4 Clothespins – optional but helpful

  • How to make a turban. Diy Studded Turban - Step 2
    Step 2

    Lay your scarf out a on a flat surface and cut it into strips.

    I made my strips 4.5 inches wide by the length of my scarf 28.5 inches.

    Cut 2.

  • How to make a turban. Diy Studded Turban - Step 3
    Step 3

    Fold your first in half with the right sides together.

    Using your fabric glue, glue the two long sides together, leaving about 2 inches open by the fold.

  • How to make a turban. Diy Studded Turban - Step 4
    Step 4

    When your glue is dry, turn your scarf strips right side out.

  • How to make a turban. Diy Studded Turban - Step 5
    Step 5

    Take your scarf strip that you haven’t glued and run it through the hole (loop) in the top of the first scarf.

    Smooth the edges of your second scarf strip together and glue.

    Let your glue fully dry.

  • How to make a turban. Diy Studded Turban - Step 6
    Step 6

    Smooth out the sides of your turban (you may want to iron it) and decide where you want to place your studs.

    Put a drop of glue where you want each of your studs to be. Make sure you don’t add too much glue, the shiny fabric of the scarf will really show any extra glue.

    Press your studs into your glue and let dry.

  • How to make a turban. Diy Studded Turban - Step 7
    Step 7

    Fold the ends of each side into pleats and hold them with a pin.

    Trim off any excess fabric, leaving at least an inch to fold over.

    Fold a small hem and glue the hem and pleats.

    Wrap the fabric around one side of a rubber band and glue the fabric around the rubber band.

    Use your clothespins to hold it while the glue dries.

    Do the same for both sides.

  • How to make a turban. Diy Studded Turban - Step 8
    Step 8

    Using your clothespins to hold your hems.

    Let dry.

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