Rolled Rosette Cluster Headband, YouTube Video

Rolled Rosette Cluster Headband, YouTube Video - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Welcome to our fun and fabulous day of the week that we get to craft video style! I love, love, love these videos and today’s video is all about ribbon, flowers, lace, and little bling and some lovely ruffles all combined to make a gorgeous Cluster Headband! This headband is truly stunning and beautiful! It is perfect for newborns, toddlers, teens and everyone in between! It would even look incredible on you!

This lovely headband is the perfect accessory for any outfit and just perfect for a special occasion, family photos or for everyday wear as well! There are a lot of steps to create this headband but each step is rather simple and the end result is one you are going to love! This headband will look like you purchased it at a special boutique shop! Just think about how amazing will you are going to feel with all of the head turns and compliments given to you regarding the trendy headband you creat and your incredible crafty work!

Let’s get started!


Assorted 1 1/2″ Ribbon for Flowers and Ruffle
1 1/2″ Lace (or larger) for Ruffle
Finished Flowers (optional)
Stretchy Lace
Needle and Thread
Hot Glue Gun

Ribbon, Trim or Embellishments
Enjoy the show…LOL!

With all of those ruffles, rolled rosettes, that gem and pre-made flower, this headband is dainty and delectable! The Ribbon Retreat is full of gorgeous ribbons, lace and flowers in all sorts of different colors for you to choose from to make the perfect headband for your perfect outfit and occasion! From subtle and soft to bold and bright, you will be able to create any color combination you can imagine! All of your headbands will be stunning, one of a kind and so yummy!

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  1. Pat C.
    Posted February 4, 2016 at 4:14 pm | Permalink

    Oh, Shirley (Michelle? Some other creative genius?), what a gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous headband! I love everything about it!

    I’m embarrassed to be asking such a lame question in light of all of that gorgeous-ness (!), but I’m STILL without computer speakers, ::sobs:: and I don’t know if you mentioned in the video how to cinch the center of the lace headband. Did you knot it in some way, or did you wrap some thread around it a few times and tie it off? Or something else? Thanks.

    I’ve never been able to create a rolled rosette out of ribbon or fabric, but I’ll give it one more try, using the method you showed for the pink chevron one. One of my New Year’s resolutions is not to worry and obsess about everything so much, and I will approach my next attempt at a rolled rosette with a relaxed attitude… well, a little calmer, at least… perhaps less nervously… or, most likely, with a bit of “premedication”!!!!)

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted February 9, 2016 at 4:18 pm | Permalink

      Hi Pat! You are so awesome! I am sorry about your speakers. 🙁 I would be happy to answer your question for you. Shirley just measured how much lace she would need and then “sewed the ends together and scrunched the middle part”. I hope this helps! I know you can make those rosettes! I will be sending you good vibes and crossing my fingers that all goes well for you this time! Good luck! Hehe! Have a great day Pat and thanks for always putting a smile on my face! Michelle 🙂

      • Pat C.
        Posted February 12, 2016 at 4:40 pm | Permalink

        Hi, Michelle! Thanks for the rosette encouragement!

        Back to the lace headband, I wanted to know how Shirley kept the middle part “scrunched” up… for instance, did she put a few stitches in it (while it was scrunched between her fingers), then wrap the thread around the middle several times and knot it off?

        Thanks again! xoxo

        • The Ribbon Retreat
          Posted February 22, 2016 at 8:09 am | Permalink

          Hi Pat! You are welcome! Everyone can use a little cheerleader every once in a while! 🙂
          Yes, that is exactly what she did…put some stitches in the lace and wrapped the thread around it and then tied it off with a knot to get the scrunched look! Good luck and have a great day! Michelle 🙂

  2. Jacqueline Belinfant
    Posted February 18, 2016 at 2:23 pm | Permalink

    Hi Fellow bow makers
    Can someone replicate Iris Lima bows. View her videos on YouTube
    great work. I can follow her steps by looking but I don’t speak Portuguese.
    I may be missing out on a step.
    Thank you all

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