DIY Hair Scrunchies
This scrunchie tutorial is amazingly easy for any sewist.
DIY hair scrunchies have never been easier. Learn how to sew your own scrunchie with this video tutorial! Like everything in fashion, these trendy accessories are making a comeback.
Grab your favorite fabric prints, and discover that making hair scrunchies is easier than you think. You can make a variety of these hair accessories for any occasion.
They also make fantastic gifts. You can make several of these in a short amount of time and give them out during the holidays one year, or even as small gifts at a bachelorette party for your bridesmaids. Give them to the girls in your sorority, in favor bags after your daughter's birthday party, or really for any occasion where a small gift might be warranted. This video tutorial will make you an expert scrunchie maker in no time!
Learn how to make other hair accessories like headbands, hairclips, and bows with this roundup:Make Your Own Hair Accessories: 23 Free Patterns
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Project TypeMake a Project
- Cotton Fabric (Jane likes to use quilting material!)
- Sewing Machine
- Fabric Scissors
- Safety Pin
First, cut your fabric 40 inches long and 4 inches wide. The wider you cut the fabric, the fuller the scrunchie. The narrower, the thinner.
Measure your elastic about 12 inches, or smaller depending on how tight you want your scrunchie to be.
Turn the raw ends of the fabric in and sew in place.
Next, with the right sides of the fabric together, sew the long side of the fabric and turn it right side out.
With a safety pin attached to one end of the elastic, thread the elastic through the tube, making sure neither end of the elastic gets lost in the middle!
Sew the two ends of the elastic together.
Sew the open edges closed with a top seam.
Don't forget to trim your elastic!
Check out another awesome sewing tutorial by Jane! Dig that 90s grunge band shirt out of the dresser and upgrade a flannel shirt with this awesome idea. Watch the video:DIY Old Flannel Shirt into Band Shirt
Did you used to wear scrunchies back in the day? Describe your favorite one!
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