-Fabric (one fleece, one other)
1. Cut out your fabric pieces. You will need one to cover the headband; it should be headband width x 2 + 1/4" for give +1/2" seam allowance. My headband was 1/2" wide, so I made my piece 1" + 3/4" wide (and very long.) You'll also need two circles that are about an inch bigger than your ears. I traced a wide mouthed cup for mine. 2. Sew your rectangle piece at 1/2" seam allowance, trim excess, and flip inside out. Then, slide over your headband. 3. Sew your two sets of circles, placing the right sides of fabric together. Leave an opening about 1/2". Notch the seam allowance, making sure not to cut through the thread; then cut off excess. 4. Flip inside out and press with an iron. 5. Stuff with a tiny bit of polyfil stuffing. 6. Place the circles onto the ends on the headband with the fleece towards the inside. Look in the mirror and measure their placement. Then glue the hole shut around and on to the headband. Move the stuffing around a bit to even out.