Start out with:
- some freezer paper
- a dollar store t-shirt
- dollar store hair bands (you’ll just need the one big thick one)
- pen and 8.5 x 11 standard paper (just for tracing)
- a scrap of fleece (not pictured)
- Start by tracing the paper onto the freezer paper. You want your freezer paper to go through your printer, right? So it needs to be the right size. (Note: If you have a Silhouette, I would totally skip this step and cut your freezer paper to the right size that way.)
- Cut out your freezer paper.
- Iron it on to your t-shirt.
- Once it is securely ironed on to the t-shirt, cut the freezer paper/t-shirt paper combo out.
Now once it’s printed out, cut it out, trace the shape onto some coordinating fleece, pin the two together with a thick hair band (cut open) in between, and pin them together.
Sew the three pieces together using a 1/4 inch seam allowance, and making sure to leave at least two inches at the top open so you can flip it inside out. Once you have it sewn, make some cuts along the edges (as pictured) before flipping it inside out.