I’ve made another kanzashi flower hairband. This time, using these nifty hairbands from Wilkos, it’s a birthday present for someone. Idea is it goes over the whole head, rather than a ponytail. I used the same tutorial as before. Using smaller squares, 2 and a half inch square to be exact, I added the centre from a self-cover button with contrasting fabric. You may recognise the fabric from previous projects I’ve written about. I’ll likely have to adjust the length of the band (by measuring and sewing a new ‘join’) so it will fit the head of its recipient. It’s a birthday present for the same little girl who I made this for previously. I quite like using matching fabric for gifts when I can. It gives some continuity. Next time, I think I’d a) sew 8 petals rather than 6, so there is more even coverage of the flower; b) if I use the same sized button, I’d try using slightly bigger squares (maybe 3 inch) for better proportions. I got these self-cover buttons from Dunelm (22mm, sold in a pack of 5).