Upcycled Handmade Headband in Blue Patchwork - One of a Kind
You may be familiar with patchworked quilts and even patchworked clothing, but why not use that beautiful technique to create something fresh and different? Why not a patchworked headband?
For this unique and sustainable headband we patchworked together an assortment of floral and geometric prints that feature a blue color scheme. All the scraps we used are 100% cotton and are fairly small pieces that most people would have trashed.
Since this headband is one-of-a-kind, while we may utilize similar scraps for other headbands, the patchwork placement will not be replicated in the exact same way again. We like to think that each one of our upcycled patchwork headbands are pieces of art that not only look cute, but also help save materials from the landfill.
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-1" wide flexible plastic head band base, stays put and doesn't slide up like knit headbands
-100% cotton, upcyled and sourced from fabric scraps left over from production waste
-Hand stitched, higher quality finish without any toxic glues
Fabric Content & Care
Fiber Content: 100% Cotton
Care: Spot clean as needed
Shipping & Processing
Please allow us 2 to 3 business days to get your order packed up and ready to send to you. We ship via USPS and offer first class package and priority mail options.
Returns & Refunds
Unhappy with your headband? We will accept returns on UNWORN headbands within 14 days of receipt. To process your return and refund, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustainability & Transparency
Our headbands are always made from upcycled scrap fabric left over from other production waste. We never cut into fresh yardage to make these and never will.
No glue is used in the construction process. The fabric pieces are prepped on the sewing machine and then attached with hand stitching to the plastic base.
The plastic base we use is the least sustainable aspect of our headbands. We would love to be able to find an alternative material for the headband bases.