Bandanas, which is a special form of kerchief which is characterized by the presence of the paisley pattern, which is rich in terms of historical roots and origins, is usually used as either a handkerchief, or a head accessory that allows you to wipe of sweat and feel more comfortable. Moreover, women make use of it as a means in order for them to fix their hair, and some people like to make bandana shirts out of it. Speaking of the latter, how do you make one? Here’s a quick run-through on the ways to make a bandana shirt, specifically, a halter top for you.
How much does it cost?
One of the most astonishing facts about making these bandana shirts is that they cost very little, usually about less than a quarter of the price of the typical halter-tops you may find in shops. These cost you a mere $5.
What do you need?
To do this DIY bandana halter top, you need a 22-inch bandana, and 2-3 yards of may arts ribbon, and you can use more or less than this depending on your size. This is used to hold the halter top together. You also need sewing kits, and the necessary like-colored thread for the bandana that you choose to use. You also need pins as well in order for you to fasten and secure the folds properly prior to stitching. If possible, you may use a sewing machine to make sure that the stitching which is strong, straight, and durable.
How do you do it?
The full steps are pretty much available online, with a detailed version of it being available through this blog: https://www.ribbonresource.com/blog/easy-to-make-bandana-halter-top/. In a nutshell, the creation of this bandana is simply a matter of folding your bandana in the right manner.