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Lolita Circular Headdress

Added Sep 15, 2010

by v-chan

Yakima, United S...






Not the most popular style, but I love them so! The lace is super old and I found it randomly, it sat in my stash for months until I made a wine colored skirt that needed a hairpiece to go with it. It’s held in place by a wide wire haircomb. The lace is attached to a circular piece of cotton about 3 inches wide, and the flower is sewn to the middle.




Fall, Winter
Garment Type
Classic, Goth/Gothic Lolita, Romantic, Victorian, Vintage
Cotton, Lace/Sequins, Other

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    Dec 15, 2010, 08.30 PMby ESRA ERDÖL

    ı love it! how can ı make it ??

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      Dec 19, 2010, 01.30 AMby v-chan

      I’m terrible at posting a reply…
      You need two circles of fabric (about a 3" diameter depending on what size you want and the width of your lace, this one is pretty big), lace, and your decoration for the middle. Sew the raw ends of your lace together and gather the top. Attach it to one of the circles, and sew the second onto the bottom so that there are no raw ends, and topstich. (You can leave out the second circle and just topstich it you don’t mind raw ends.) Sew your decoration onto the top and attach whatever will hold it in your hair onto the bottom. This one used a wire hair comb, and a giant fake flower. If you need any clarification let me know. I’m not good at describing things.

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    Sep 19, 2010, 06.24 AMby Ruffles Gazebo

    i love lolita style! im making a lotlita inspired dress at the moment…i just need my ruffler foot to come in the mail so i can finish it!!!

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