3.10.2011

43 - Turbeanie DIY Tutorial + You Know, An Outfit...

Shirt - DIY, Shoes - Sam Edelman, Hat - Forever 21, Jewelry - Konstantino & Flea Market, Everything Else - Vintage

 I had a couple of requests for a Turbeanie tutorial from yesterday's post. Y'all ready to get learned? I drew up an illustrated step-by-step guide to this little DIY project:

Looks easy, right? Here's the breakdown:
 I highly recommend giving this project a try, even if you don't usually sew. It's super easy and once you get it down, you'll be making turbans out of all sorts of great fabrics! Let me know if you run into any trouble. 

27 comments:

  1. I can't wait to get home to try this out!! Thanks for this. You are so fun and talented and always so gorgeously dressed. Damn. (:

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  2. awesome diy tutorial! i wish i was that good at explaining how things are made. the skirt is phenomenal. i must find a sheer-ish printed skirt now.

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  3. I am in love with your skirt!!! great styling too!!!
    and that DIY turban will try it asap!!!!!

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  4. Wooow! This is great! I think im gonna try to do it! Thank you! M.

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  5. This was very interesting to read! Great job on the illustration!

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  6. OOOOO!!!!! You're a genious!!!! I think I might give it a try, but I'm sure that the outcome would be something like a potato... :P :D

    Anyway, the outfit is gorgeous! I'm loving the tones and the fabricks! You should be a model... :D And the bracelet on your right hand is the most beautiful bracelet ever made! :D :D

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  7. ** il love your bracelet and rings !!! **
    Fun tutorial :)

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  8. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3

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  9. i love it! great DIY! i will email you after I try it!

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  10. ohmygod your a genius! great outfit thankyou xx

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  11. It's been too long since I have found a blogger's style that has really blown my mind. Thank you. You look incredible every single day.

    jenniwells.blogspot.com

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  12. That skirt is awesome and I'd love to give the turbeanie a try : )

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  13. you are so lovely just can´t get enough of your style :)

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  14. I used to have a wallet that matches your purse exactly! Well, I still have it, but it's more like pieces of rose-tooled leather, haha. Loving the texture in this outfit!! That skirt is so awesome.
    Also, I'm totally going to make a turbeanie!!
    M xo

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  15. I love your outfit!!! Your accessories are amazing!!

    Karen

    www.rubytuesdayfashionanddesign.blogspot.com

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  16. The different textures in the similar colour palettes in this outfit are lovely x

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  17. love this light coloured outfit. so cool.
    ok, now i have to put some ketchup and hair dye on my sweater... just to give this turbeanie-tutoriala try.

    http://wardrobexperience.blogspot.com

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  18. Thanks for this great tutorial!
    I'm stoked :-)

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  19. Oh man. That was quite a tutorial! I would require a shitload of Adderall to draw up such a detailed/adorable how-to. Also, great skirt...the snakeskin print is really good on the maxi.

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  20. Nice tutorial! thanks!

    And the outfit...ah, just lovely! you are like the "boho" Kate Lanphear ;)
    Besos!

    http://burkha-dg.blogspot.com/

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  21. I am so sorely tempted to make the "*cough*-I-think-I've-caught-that-bug-that's-going-around-*cough*"-Call to my boss at work so I can stay home this afternoon and destroy unloved sweaters to make them into loved turbeanies.

    Thank god I have the day off tomorrow!

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  22. seriously, this skirt is mesmerizing - and your jewelry. can't seem to get enough of them. doubt i ever will too.

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  23. wow' this outfit is so georgous *.*
    & your drawing is so good .. i really love this.. & I'll try out the tutorial ;)

    Love your blog & your styles so much :D :*

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  24. awesome tutorial! cant wait to try this out!
    and i really love your outfit!
    following via bloglovin now!!!


    xoxo
    little miss fhenny

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  25. reading this made me so happy. and laugh. you're funny. and awesome. I want to try this but I will ultimately fail. I wish I was dedicated to DIY and being a super awesome blogger like you are.... maybe over the summer...

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  26. Best tutorial we have ever seen!
    Thanks for that :)
    Leah and Georgia ♥

    http://sugarcoatedyouth.blogspot.com/

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