Sew around the edge all the way around. Match up the folded edges so the hair tie is inside the fabric.
Cut a 22 by 3 rectangle.
How to make a scrunchie with a sewing machine and hair tie. These are the perfect summer accessories to make when youre. The hair tie is hidden inside the scrunchie. Fold the strip in the middle with the right side inside.
Fold the rectangle in half lengthwise and pin the raw edges right sides together if your fabric has a right side. Using a sewing machine set to single needle stitch sew along the cut edge with a 14 seam allowance sandwiching the elastic band inside. This is my favorite way to make custom scrunchies for my very fine hair.
Place the hair tie between the strip. Start sewing 1 from the end and continue until youre 1 from the end. Next pin the corners and edges together to keep them in place.
Turn the fabric right side out with elastic encased inside. Place your hair tie over it roughly in the middle. Heres what it looks like with pins all the way around.
Fold the 8 strip with pointed ends in half right sides together. To sew a scrunchie start by cutting a 4 inch by 18 inch piece of fabric and folding in in half. Use any and all of your scraps to make the most adorable accessories.
Using a 14 seam allowance sew from one point in toward the center then stop. Use pins to hold the fabric in place. How to make a scrunchie with a hair tie step by step.
In todays video i will be showing you how i made these homemade scrunchieshair ties. Step 6 fold one end of the fabric over creating a clean edge and slide over the other raw end and pin. Once gathered place the elastic over each other by 1cm and sew tight.
With a short length of elastic thread it through your long rectangle using a safety pin and gather the fabric as you go hold the end of the elastic tight. Match the short ends with right sides of the fabric together. Rather than start at one end and pin along the edge in a single direction pin the ends and center first then bisect each resulting section for the most even distribution.
Fold the ends of the tube and put one end inside the other. This part of the scrunchie is optional but it adds a fun detail. Turn the tube inside out.
Sew at 5. 7 close by hand or machine with an invisible seam. Sew from the other point in toward the center and then stop leaving a 1 to 2 gap for turning.
Then wrap the fabric around a hair tie so that the folded edge is on the outside and the fabric is inside out. Sew the extra tie piece.