Sunday, 10 July 2016

DIY LOUNGE - Satin Bonnet

 
Hello,
 During the week I made a cute satin bonnet for my little niece and I thought I should share it here on the blog!

MATERIALS
1/2 yard of satin material
a pair of scissors
needle and thread
a yard of elastic strip.

DURATION: 30 mins
   

            DIRECTIONS:::::;
STEP 1
   Spread your material over a bowl and cut out a round shape from your material.

STEP 2
   Turn your cut out to the opposite side and line its edges with the elastic


STEP 3
   Cover the elastic with the material and sew, leaving a small length of the elastic out.
STEP 4
   After you must have sown all round, keep a little opening at the other end (Leave the ends open)

STEP 5
   Pull the two elastic ends popping out, till your bonnet is as firm as you want it and then tie
STEP 6
   Cut out the excess elastic and your bonnet is ready for you to rock.


Amazing and simple right, I think so too,and  besides saving my #2000, I can also have my satin bonnet in any color I want! I was so impressed with myself after making my niece's bonnet, I decided I would do mine in the coming weekend! I also think you should find some spare time to sew yourself a colourful satin bonnet.





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14 comments :

  1. wow.... wud try this out... though I Hv a bonnet bt there is no harm in experimenting

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  2. Welldone dear.....The next satin bonnet I am going to make it.

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    1. Hehehe. I can see you are really inspired.

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  3. wow.... would love to try ....jst to experiment cos I already have bt Sha there is no harm in having more trying new things

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    1. True my dear....no harm in experimenting.

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    2. I experiment all the time once I just have free time on my hand

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  4. I should try this. I sleep on a satin pillow case but I truly don't own a bonnet

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    1. I need to get my own satin pillow case as well.

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    2. Comes in very handy sometimes

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  5. I would like to know if truly silk retains more moisture than satin

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  6. Oooh, I should go and buy fabric and make for my niece and I. Thanks for the idea.

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