DIY : Hair Wrap in Knitted Terry

Need a spa day? This practical hair wrap in soft knitted terry is a comfortable and easy way to keep hair out of your face during your skincare routine. With this easy guide, you can quickly make the perfect helper for your daily health and beauty needs. It is a must-have in any bathroom!

Follow our DIY tutorial to make this hairband in no time at all!



  • Knitted terry in organic chardonnay-colored cotton (C. Pauli)

  • Pre-folded bias binding in neon yellow, finished width 1 cm (3/8 in) (Rico Design)

  • Hook & loop fastener in neon yellow (Selfmade®)

  • Thread in neon yellow (Gütermann)

  • Chalk pen

  • Quilting ruler

  • Fabric scissors

  • Straight pins

  • Hand sewing needle (all Prym)

You can find this DIY in your July 2023 issue of Burda Style or download it for free in PDF format at the end of this article.


Either draw the pattern piece on paper or use a chalk pen to draw the measurements directly onto the wrong side of the fabric.

In the fabric, cut a rectangle on the fold according to the diagram shown here.

No need for seam allowance, as the edges are bound with bias tape.


Here's How


Place pieces of terry wrong sides together and pin.


Baste all around by hand or stitch 5 mm (1/4 in) away from the edge.


Bind the outside edge all around with bias binding. To do so, unfold the bias binding along one side and pin it to the edge right sides together. Fold under the bottom bias binding end. Stitch the bias binding along the pressed fold. Fold the bias binding over the edge and sew on the other edge by hand all around.


Next, pin 7 cm (2 3/4 in) pieces of hook & loop fastener to the two outer edges and stitch all around close to the edge.

It's finished! 

No more hair in your face during your morning routine or when you remove your makeup! 

And if you want to find the instructions for this DIY in PDF format or print it to make it later, feel free to download it for free by clicking the button below: