Turn the tube inside out. Supplies to make your 90s inspired scrunchie.
Iron cut fabric.
How to make your own scrunchie with hair tie. Place the hair tie between the strip. Once your elastic comes out the other side pull it enough to sew the two ends together. Gently iron out any wrinkles in your fabric.
Make sure the tube doesnt twist. How to make a scrunchie with a hair tie step by step 1. Use any and all of your scraps to make the most adorable accessories.
Place your hair tie over it roughly in the middle. Try sequins velvet metallics and wild prints. Attach a safety.
Fold the strip in the middle with the right side inside. Pin sew long seam. Use steam with caution on satin and silk.
Then hold one end of the elastic between your fingers while you feed the other end through the silk tube. Fold tube into itself. Sew the main scrunchie tube.
This is my favorite way to make custom scrunchies for my very fine hair. Fold the 3 x. You can use either knit or braided elastic either will work for a scrunchie.
Fabric or an old garment in a print of your choice think recycling using your favourite shirt that is too small for you or damaged. Sew at 5. Heres what it looks like with pins all the way around.
Using a rotary cutter or fabric scissors cut a 3 x 22. You do not need much fabric so an off cut or a flat quarter is plenty. Match up the folded edges so the hair tie is inside the fabric.
The hair tie is hidden inside the scrunchie. Or even tie them in a knot. Fold the ends of the tube and put one end inside the other.
Place another safety pin through one end of your elastic. Cut and press the pieces. Fold the rectangle in half lengthwise and pin the raw edges right sides together if your.
Now its time to turn your elastic into a diy scrunchie. Cut an 8 long piece of elastic. Cut a 22 by 3 rectangle 2.
Use pins to hold the fabric in place. Hair scrunchie step 1. Scissors pins safety pin.