Pinterest wins again. I found this pin (a no sew headwrap) and decided to give it a whirl. I own a sewing machine and have full intentions of learning how to use it. However, for the time being, I wanted to try this no sew option out. I think it turned out so cute and will be making Kensington a lot more!
What you'll need:
2 pieces of 8.5 x 11 card stock
First, you will be cutting a 6in x 22in form, which will be used to trace onto the fabric. This is the length that the original Pin told me to use, but once you've done it a couple of times like I have, you can eyeball the length to make it longer if you need a larger size for your baby (or for you!). In fact, the one pictured at the bottom is longer than 22in since my daughter has a large noggin. Anyways, the first step is to line up the two pieces of paper (long ways) and tape them together front and back. This will make the length 22in. for the headwrap.
Next, take your scissors and cut the fabric into more of a rounded point in the same area that we cut before. It doesn't have to be perfect. We just don't want it as sharp as it was before when we created the cardstock form.
Now, unfold the fabric form and lay it flat. Fold in each side so the outer edges meet in the middle.
Now, all you have to do is tie a knot. I double knotted mine. And as you can see, it's easiest to use your leg to make the knot.