The fastest way to do this is to turn it like a tube using a dull pencil or dowel to push the ends of the bow through the turning hole. Place the pattern pieces together with the right sides facing then pin around the outside.
First youll want to cut out a rectangle of velvet that is 35 x 18 for your scrunchie and another long strip that is 25 x 25 for your bow.
How to make a bow scrunchie. Cut a piece of elastic that measures 85 long. How to make bow scrunchiescut your fabrics. Cut out 2 bow shapes.
Repeat with the opposite corner. Stitch across the entire length of the scrunchie pattern. Take your scrunchie piece and fold it in half long ways with right sides together.
For each scrunchie you will need a rectangle that measures 3 x 14. Place the two pieces of fabric for the bow one on top of the other. How to make bow.
Leave a 2 inch gap for turning. Cut out the pattern with scissors. Leave an inch or so to turn right side out.
Place the two bow pieces right sides together and stitch around all sides with seam allowance. To cut out the fabric for your bow fold your fabric in half and place the pattern pice on top with the top edge. Sew the rectangle up one long side right.
What you will need. Stitch from the corner of the bow pattern piece to the center. I like to give the.
With right sides together rst fold the pattern pieces in half lengthwise and match the raw edges. Pin it in place. Fold over the top 14 inch of your rectangle and sew flat to create a finished edge.
How to make a bow scrunchie. Sew around the outside of the fabric leaving a. If youre using the bow sewing the scrunchie.
Leave an opening in the middle of the bow piece. How to make bow scrunchiesfold the long rectangle in half lengthwise. After you have everything cut out you should have one piece of elastic one scrunchie piece and two bow pieces.
Clip corners and curves then turn right side out. Sew around the edges with 14 inch seam allowance. Place the pattern onto the fabric making sure theres a fold in the center of the fabric and pin the pattern to the fabric.