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To make a headband, cut a sleeve off of a T-shirt and strategically place holes in the sleeve. Weave a piece of ribbon through the holes, put the sleeve on your head, and tie the ribbon.

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You can wear a headband in a variety of ways, including with your hair up or down. Some headbands look better when your hair is pulled up, while others are good with your hair down to help keep your hair from falling into your face.

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To make a baby's headband, you need something stretchy to go around the head, material for making a flower, fabric or hot glue and a needle and thread. Use buttons, beads or sequins for added embellishment.

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To make a felt flower headband, cut out seven circles of felt, glue five of the circles into quarters, and combine the quarters into a flower. Cut and glue lace for the headband, and glue the flower into place.

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Good sources for winter headbands include Amazon.com, Etsy and Zappos.com, as of 2015. Additional sources for men and women's headbands include Nordstrom and Dick's Sporting Goods.

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To make a braided headband, grab a section of hair from behind one ear, then braid it. Add strands of hair from along the top of the head to the braid. Finish the braid behind the other ear.

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To make a knitted headband, cast the required number of stitches on the knitting needle, knit several rows until the desired length is reached using a suitable stitch pattern, and bind off. Finally, sew the ends together using a large, blunt needle.