Turn the bow inside out using the hole in the middle. Turn the fabric tube right side.
Take your scrunchie piece and fold it in half long ways with right sides together.
How to sew a scrunchie closed. Sew a straight line across the edge and remove pins once youre done. Trim the seam allowance down except for the unsewn part in the middle. Sew the pinned scrunchie with a quarter of an inch seam allowance.
Cut an 8 long piece of elastic. Pinch the opening of the project closed so that the side seams are aligned as shown. Using a piece of elastic 1.
Attach safety pin at one end and weave the pin through the inside of the tube and. Hemming the ends of the fabric makes this step much easier. Fold it lengthways right side in.
Pull the strip right side out. Sew the scrunchie closed using the straight stitchand matching thread. Sew along the long raw edge using a.
You can use either knit or braided elastic either will work for a scrunchie. When you are done you should end up with a long skinny rectangle that is it 2. Pin this in place.
Watch this super easy tutorial on how to make a scrunchie. Sew along the long pinned edge making sure to stay about inch from the edge of the fabric. Fold the fabric in half lengthwise with the right side facing.
Pin it in place. Sew along the open edge leaving a 1 gap in the middle where the straight part is. Start your seam an inch down from the top and end your seam an inch before the bottom.
How to sew scrunchies fold fabric in half stitch long edge leaving gap turn tube halfway to the right side match short raw ends stitch around the short ends of the tube turn right side out through seam gap insert elastic stitch seam gap closed. Fold the 3 x. Tuck one end of the scrunchie inside the other end as shown above.
Pin the opening shut. Be sure to reverse stitch at each end. Steps cut fabric into 3 12 by 22 inch strip.
Cut a piece of fabric that is about 4 inches 1016 centimeters wide and 18 inches 4572 centimeters long. Instructions cut a strip of scrap fabric to be 3 4 inches wide by 9 10 inches long. Using a rotary cutter or fabric scissors cut a 3 x 22.
Sew the main scrunchie tube. Diy scrunchies are a great way to use up some of your fabric scraps and only take a few minutes to. Fold fabric lengthwise so its inside out and pin along the center.
Thread the elastic through the open seam and all the way around the fabric ring. Remove the safety pin and overlap the raw ends of the elastic stitching them together securely either by hand or with a machine. Cut and press the pieces.
Sew with a 14 06cm seam allowance.