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    Red face DIY Fabric Headband

    Hi knitters!

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    Today we show you a new use for leftover WAK Fabric Yarn. We’re going to show you how to create a cool headband.

    You must follow 5 simple steps:

    1. Put together 3 strips of fabric yarn and make a loop.

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    Put together 3 strips of fabric yarn in a different color, making a smile shape over the loop. You must put the right side of the smile underneath the right side of the loop.

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    You must put the left side of the smile under the loop as well.

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    Visit this blog post for the rest of the tutorial with step-by-step pictures.

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    Awesome!

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    Super cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caldwell Rustic Works View Post
    This is so cute! I've seen fabric headbands before but hadn't thought of using fabric yarn that is already cut for you. Can you find this at a local craft store?
    Local, maybe. I've never seen anything like this in Michaels or Hobby Lobby, though.

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    It can be integrated into the communications landscape via PROFIBUS PA, Foundation Fieldbus or HART protocol. With HART and PROFIBUS, it is also possible to apply SIMATIC PDM to clearly display and document saved trends, histograms, as well as commissioning and operating data.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sipartpspositioner View Post
    It can be integrated into the communications landscape via PROFIBUS PA, Foundation Fieldbus or HART protocol. With HART and PROFIBUS, it is also possible to apply SIMATIC PDM to clearly display and document saved trends, histograms, as well as commissioning and operating data.
    ...what?

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    Look easy and simple to do and wear it

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    Simple & easy. Thanks!

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    Looks nice


 
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