bow headband

i got all creative with knitting and braiding this afternoon.








I got so into the whole making process that it was only after i'd finished i realised i'd pulled one of my favourite duvet covers from the cupboard and cut a massive hole to get the strips to braid... It just goes to show how involving and consuming creative processes can be. The end product looks pretty cute though. The pink bow is actually pinker, for some reason my webcam likes to dull down all the colours!

Usually i'd have a name for it by now, but i can't think of one. I shall leave it up to you!

Oh and a huge thank you to shimelle.com who featured our very own Fashion Forward in her class this week. Thank you lovely lady <3

Happy making, my little petals.

xoxo


13 comments:

  1. Love! So much! What are you going to make with the rest of the duvet cover? x

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  2. Who needs a warm duvet when you can make something so pretty? ;-)

    Congrats on your special mention in Shimelle's class prompt btw! x

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  3. ha ha me 2 :)
    i made little bows!

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  4. it's adorable. looks pretty on you!

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  5. aww that's such a cute hairband! Looks ab with your 'do, as well!

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  6. Love the headband...the knitted bow is impecable...you always do such cute things!! I agree ith Gemma, it looks great with your hair!! You should name it something to honor your duvet... :)

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  7. That is the cutest headband I've seen in a while! You're so creative and crafty.

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  8. i am in LOVE with the headband. was it easy to make?

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  9. ooh, I love the first shot!! The bow is adorable and you look SO pretty! :)

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  10. So adorable! I love that style of wearing a headband

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  11. OH MY GOSH! i totally want that headband!
    and i agree, it does look great with your hair!
    hmm, trying to think of a name...looks like a Luella or Teddi :) haha i'm not sure!

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  12. wow so adorable!! I love these kind of things to knit :)

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