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Baby turbans are so adorable on a baby girl’s head. This no sew, top knot turban pattern can be made for any size, even newborn babies.

My top knot baby head wrap turban is the perfect baby shower gift idea. And the best part is that there is no sewing machine needed! You will however need a needle and thread.

Add a beautiful flare to your baby’s style with this adorable baby turban. Any baby will rock this look and strut their stuff with this turban.

If you are looking for a way to make your baby look stylish while staying cute, this is exactly the kind of thing that you will want.

baby turban

How To Make A Turban

This turban style baby hat is so darn cute and it is so easy for you to make for your little one. You do not have to be an expert at anything to get this craft done and looking great. Just grab my free baby turban pattern and an old T-shirt made of soft fabric.

You can also use a kit fabric, and make newborn turbans, toddler turbans even ones for bigger baby girls.

With the help of some old fabric and your trusty sewing needle, you will have the results that you are looking for. Like I said, it really does not take an expert for this one.

These instructions also come with PDF and SVG files to help you along the way while making your little turban. In case you did not think it could get any easier, it just did!

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Baby Turban Hat Pattern

When it comes to making this baby turban, there are some liberties that you can take to make it more unique. After all, uniqueness is what you want for you and your child.

You can use whatever color fabric you are feeling for this craft. If you are making it for a friend or family member’s

In stead of a knotted headband you can use a giant bow or flower. Ask what colors they like and use that for the gift.

If you are feeling up to it, you can also make multiple turbans that are in different colors. Some people choose to match scrunchies or shoes, but what about a turban to complete the outfit!

pink turban for young one

This baby girl headband will keep your little one’s head warm while also giving them a little sense of style!

If you are interested in trying other crafts like this, you should be sure to check out the Cricut Baby Milestones Onesies and these Adorable Crochet Items for Babies!

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Yield: 1

How To Make A Baby Turban

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

This baby turban is so darn cute and it is so easy for you to make for your little one. You do not have to be an expert at anything to get this craft done and looking great.



  • Sewing Needle
  • Scissors


  1. Measure your baby's head.
  2. Resize the pattern to fit your child's head, keep in mind that you will cut on a fold so divide the measurement in half.
  3. Cut out all seems from the shirt or leggings.
  4. Cut the excess off in strips, using your pattern as a guide so you don't cut too much off.
  5. Grab a piece of tulle and wrap around your fingers to create a doughnut shape. Tuck the end of the tulle so it doesn't unravel.
  6. Now take the strips you just cut and start wrapping them around the "doughnut" until you are happy with the look of it. This is the "knot" to go on top of your baby turban.
  7. Fold the fabric in half and cut your pattern out of fabric, making sure the flat edge is against the stretchiest part of your fabric.
  8. After you have cut out the pattern, thread your needle and sew by sticking the needle in and out all the way around.
  9. Once you get to the other side pull the loose end of the thread so that your fabric puckers. Knot it and tie it off.
  10. Grab your baby turban knot and secure it by sewing it on, on top of the puckered part of the baby turban.

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