There are so many brilliant and cute ideas to craft with bandanas. Remember those?
You probably got one at summer camp one year, and wore it tied around your head. Or maybe you borrowed one from your dad to go with your cowboy costume for Halloween.
Well, no matter what your past experience has been with bandanas, give these squares of paisley-printed fabric a second chance in your craft projects.
Just think about it: they come in lots of bright colors, bandanas are easy to find and cheap to buy, PLUS they represent a significant amount of fabric that has already been hemmed!
Check out these 5 Ways to Craft with Bandanas.
5 Things to Make With Bandanas
1. Make Bracelets
A perfect craft for kids to help with, this summer, you can find the tutorial for these no-sew bandana bracelets at Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom. A fun way to accessorize for the month of July!
2. Make Pillows
The Heathered Nest covered some dated–but free–pillows with bandanas to add a little old west charm during a boy’s bedroom makeover. Bandanas are the perfect size for throw pillows!
3. Make a Tablecloth
This tablecloth, made from bandanas by The Gracious Wife, is perfect for summer entertaining! I love the use of traditional red, white, and blue for this project.
4. Make a Wreath
Need something festive for your door in time for Independence Day? Life in Wonderland shares this cute idea for a wreath made from bandanas.
5. Make a Skirt
Here’s my daughter, modeling one of the bandana skirts I made for her, recently. It was a cinch to whip this skirt together with a single bandana, some coordinating scrap fabric, and a bit of elastic.
Have you used bandanas before in your craft projects? What are you working on this holiday weekend?