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How To Make A Scrunchie: 5 Different methods

Scrunchies are curly pieces of fabric that you put around your hair to hold it together. They come in many colors, patterns, and styles, and they’re also really easy to make!  They’re simple to use, you just wrap the scrunchie around your hair, and voila! Your hair is now done!

They are also great as gifts because they’re so cute! 

Table of contents

Here are the images of all scrunchies I made for this tutorial.

how to make professional scrunchie
DIY scrunchie that lights up
no sew scrunchie
No-sew scrunchie
how to make an oversized scrunchie
DIY oversized scrunchie
how to make a silk scrunchie with zipper
DIY silk scrunchie with a zipper

Are scrunchies better than rubber bands?

I love scrunchies, my daughters love scrunchies, everybody loves scrunchies!  They’re cute, they keep your hair out of your face, and they don’t get stuck in your hair like rubber bands sometimes do. However, are they better for your hair than rubber bands?

Rubber bands and scrunchies both serve the same purpose. However, there are a few key differences between them. First, their colors. Scrunchies come in so many colors and patterns! You can find solid colors, flowers, hearts, stripes… rubber bands tend to be more monochromatic. Also, scrunchies tend to have a bit more stretch to them than rubber bands do.

Scrunchies are meant to gently grip hair so that it can be held together in a ponytail or bun.

Some people think scrunchies are better for your hair because they don’t put as much tension on the roots of your hair as rubber bands do. A scrunchie doesn’t hurt or damage your hair especially if you made it yourself from natural fabric like cotton or silk. 

At the end of the day, it’s up to you which you choose. Do you prefer scrunchies or rubber bands for your hair?

In this tutorial I will show you 5 different ways to make a scrunchie. 

How to make a scrunchie with a sewing machine

This project is perfect if you’re just starting out sewing or looking for something fun and simple that doesn’t require much fabric. There are no complicated techniques involved.

The best part about making these scrunchies yourself is that they’ll be unique and personalized, so no one else will have the same ones as yours. You can find the perfect fabric for any outfit and have fun with designing. And if something doesn’t seem right (like the length of the elastic) you can easily adjust things. 

Once you’ve made one scrunchie, try making another one using different fabrics or different methods. The possibilities are endless when it comes to creating unique scrunchies that match any outfit or mood.

How to make a professional scrunchie 

Let’s make a beautifully sewn professional-looking scrunchie. 

When you make your own scrunchies, it’s almost inevitable that there will be some imperfections. It doesn’t matter if they are just small things like a crooked seam or wider cut pieces of fabric – even the best handmade items have flaws. 

And sometimes our projects fall short, right?  Threads showing through the seams; uneven stitches which leave puckering marks behind; poor quality threads breaking after the first use… so keep an eye out. Try to avoid these problems by paying attention to every step and making sure everything is properly done before proceeding to the next step.

So, let’s try our best to make a scrunchie that is even nicer than what we can get in stores.

I will show you an interesting way to make a scrunchie. There are hundreds of sewing tutorials on making them, but this technique I’m about to share with you today is kind-of unique and not found in many videos online.

But it’s a fast and easy way to make a scrunchie and you’ll get an awesome final product! There are no visible seams, and it looks professionally done. 

how to make professional scrunchie

What you will need to make a scrunchie

Piece of fabric for the scrunchie ( It’s better to use natural fabric for this scrunchie like 100% cotton) 

Piece of fabric for embellishment 

Piece of regular elastic ( 7 – 8 inches)

Sewing machine 

Regular sewing notions (use threads of matching colors)

For this DIY scrunchie you will need one piece of fabric 20” long and 4” wide, and one piece of fabric for embellishment 20” long and 2″ wide (the pink scrunchie) or 1.5” wide (the Christmas scrunchie). These are the sizes I used for my scrunchies. 

The strip of fabric for embellishment is a very useful addition to the scrunchie. Why? Because the scrunchie will keep its shape better with it. 

Read all the steps first before proceeding. That is the only way to ensure that you don’t get things done wrong.

Prepare your sewing machine for making a DIY scrunchie

Choose a straight stitch and check all the settings: 

stitch length should match your fabric thickness, if you are using cotton fabric put the stitch length 2.5 mm. 

set the right tension and check it on a scrap piece of the same fabric you are using for your scrunchie.

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Check the needle – is it the correct size for the fabric? Use 80/12 Universal needle. Insert a new needle if you are not sure how worn out the needle is. Check if it’s not bent. 

Thread the machine with good quality thread that matches the fabric colors. 

Step 1 

Cutting fabric for a DIY scrunchie

You can cut these rectangles (see the sizes above)  right on your fabric. Or you can draw it first on paper and then cut from fabric.

Press the fabric before cutting to get all wrinkles out of the fabric and make it nice and flat. 

And if you have a rotary cutter and a cutting mat you don’t even need to draw the rectangles on the fabric. You can use the grid lines of the mat to cut perfect rectangular shapes. 

Cutting fabric for a DIY scrunchie

Step 2

Sewing short edges

Fold prepared pieces right sides together, pin, and stitch short edges. Seam allowances are ⅜ inch. Don’t sew over pins. After you are done sewing, carefully press the seam open.

Sewing short edges

Step 3 

Attaching embellishment to the main fabric 

Fold the narrow piece (from embellishment fabric) lengthwise in half wrong sides together. Use pins to secure the fold or just press with a hot iron. 

Pin the narrow piece to the big piece right sides together and stitch. Seam allowances ¼ inch.

Attaching embellishment to the main fabric 

Step 4

Sewing the tube

Now comes the trick. 

Fold the prepared piece as you see in the images below. It’s hard to describe it but I will try to explain. If my explanations are not clear you can watch my video tutorial on YouTube

So, we have a sandwich of 4 layers here and we need to sew the outer layers together; the top layer and the bottom layer are now the wrong sides out. We will sew them together, then turn. 

We have to take the inner two layers away from the stitching line. 

making a scrunchie

What is now the inner two layers will be unfolded and pulled out and will become part of the tube itself. 

Now pin 2 outer layers together, make sure that you don’t pin the folded inner layers.

making a scrunchie

Start stitching this tube using ⅜ inch seam allowances. 

Start stitching this tube using ⅜ inch seam allowances

Stitch until close to the folded edge, then pull the inner layers. The inner layers will come out, we arrange them manually and continue stitching.

making a scrunchie

We do this until we are close to the start of the stitch. Leave about 1.5 inches not stitched for turning it right side out. 

sewing DIY scrunchie

Step 5

Preparing the tube

So now we have this shapeless piece. How do we make it a scrunchie? Well, easily! 

Turn the scrunchie right side out through the opening and press. Now you will have a tube with a small opening on one side. 

Step 6

Inserting elastic for the DIY scrunchie

Use a 7- 8 inches strip of elastic.

I use 2 safety pins and put a safety pin on each end of the elastic. I like to secure one end of the elastic with a pin. This lets me keep track of the elastic as I feed it in. Use the safety pin for feeding the elastic strip through the tube. When you are done, both ends will be accessible through an opening on one side of the tube. Try to make sure that the elastic hasn’t twisted inside the tube.

inserting elastic DIY scrunchie

Take the two ends of the elastic and tie a knot or overlap the ends of the elastic and sew them together on the machine or by hand. The elastic should not come apart when you use the scrunchie, so the ends must be properly sewn or tied together.

Step 7

Sewing the opening closed

Hand-sew the hole in the stitches if you want a nice seamless finish. Close the opening using an invisible ladder stitch.

I have a detailed tutorial on how to do an invisible stitch by hand, so check it out. 

sew the opening closed

How to make an oversized scrunchie 

Oversized scrunchies are the newest trend in hair accessories. They look like a luxury item, but they’re not hard to make yourself. You can easily create your own oversized scrunchie with just a few simple steps.

Plus, making them yourself means that you get exactly what you want – whether it be color, fabric or size – without having to settle for something else from the store.

It’s also fun and satisfying when you see the finished product in front of you. Once you try making one, we guarantee that you will want to create more for yourself or as gifts for friends and family members.

It’s also very rewarding because you will have something unique that nobody else has!

I made a few of them for different outfits. 

how to make an oversized scrunchie
DIY oversized scrunchie

Here are the step-by-step instructions on how to make an oversized scrunchie for yourself or someone special. Now I will show you the most common way and it’s different from what I described above. 

First of all, choose the fabric that you like most – cotton, silk satin or velvet are great choices. I am going to use 100% silk fabric that was left after I made a dress.

The measurements for this oversized scrunchie are different from the previous one. 

Cut one rectangle from the fabric of your choice  40 inches by 9 inches. 

Prepare your sewing machine for making an oversized scrunchie

Use a 80/12 or 75/11 Universal needle. Insert a new needle if you are not sure how worn out the needle is. Check if it’s not bent. 

Choose a straight stitch and check all the settings: 

stitch length should match your fabric thickness, if you are using medium weight fabric put the stitch length 2.5 mm. 

set the right tension and check it on a scrap piece of the same fabric you are using for your scrunchie.

Thread the machine with good quality thread that matches the fabric colors. 

Step 1

Cutting the fabric for the oversized scrunchie

Press out all of the wrinkles to make the fabric nice and flat.

If you plan to use a rotary cutter, lay the cutting mat with its grid lines underneath your fabric so that you can cut a perfect rectangle (you don’t need to draw the rectangle on your fabric in this case).

If you are not using a rotary cutter and a cutting mat and plan to use fabric shears don’t forget to find some way of measuring the length of each side of your rectangle. You can draw it first on paper and then cut it from the fabric, or you can draw the rectangle right on your fabric using fabric markers and then cut. 

Cutting the fabric for the oversized scrunchie

 Step 2

Sewing long edges together 

Fold the rectangle in half lengthwise right sides together. Secure the fold with pins. 

Start stitching at about 2 inches from the one edge and end the seam at 2 inches from the other edge. You can mark the beginning and the end with pins or fabric markers so when you go to your sewing machine you remember where to start and stop. Secure the seam with backstitching. 

Seam allowances are 3/8 inch. 

Sewing long edges together

Step 3

Sewing short edges together

Now you have a tube of fabric. Turn it right side out. As we are making an oversized scrunchie, it’s easy to turn the tube just by hand. 

Line up the short edges of the tube and pin them right sides together. We need to sew the two sides together. Seam allowances are 3/8 inch. Iron the seam when you are done stitching. 

Sewing short edges together

Step 4

Inserting elastic

Now it’s time to insert elastic. Cut a strip of elastic about 7 or 8 inches long. I used a 7″ strip. Usually, you should be able to twist the scrunchie twice around your hair.  If your hair is thick you might want to use a longer strip. If you have a hair band compare the length of your elastic with the length of the hair band but don’t forget that you will need to overlap the ends of the elastic to sew them together. 

How wide is the elastic? I used  3/8 inch elastic, but ¼ inch and ½  inch wide elastic can be used. 

I use a safety pin for inserting elastic. Usually, I secure one end of the elastic strip with a pin so I don’t lose the elastic as I feed it in. When you are finished, both ends will be accessible through an opening in the tube. 

Take the two ends of the elastic and tie a knot or overlap the ends of the elastic and sew them together on the machine or by hand. The elastic should not come apart when you use the scrunchie, so the ends must be properly sewn or tied together.

Inserting elastic

Step 5

Sewing the opening closed

Hand-sew the hole in the stitches if you want a nice seamless finish. Close the opening using an invisible ladder stitch.

Learn how to do an invisible stitch by hand

But it’s also possible to sew the opening using your sewing machine. 

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Tie up your new oversized scrunchie around your hair and enjoy wearing it!

DIY oversized scrunchie

How to make a silk scrunchie with a zipper

There are many benefits to wearing a silk scrunchie in your hair, including the fact that it will look and feel great.

Silk scrunchies are stylish and functional accessories for your hair, they are soft and comfortable but durable. You have seen them being sold in stores. They still have to be stretchable and fix your hair well. I thought that silk scrunchies are slippery and might slip off your hair. But after I made a few silk scrunchies for my daughters and myself I see that they work well and don’t slip. I guess the secret is to choose the right elastic to insert because that’s what’s holding your hair. 

how to make a silk scrunchie with zipper

There are many types of pure silk fabric. So, what types of silk fabrics are suitable for scrunchies? Well, many lightweight to medium weight silk fabrics can be used but probably woven silk satin is the best. It’s better to avoid very lightweight silk fabrics like georgette or chiffon, knit silk fabric, or stiff silk fabrics used for home decorating projects and bedding. 

But this is not all! I made a silk scrunchie with a zipper and will show you how you can make it too. 

how to make a silk scrunchie with zipper

These DIY scrunchies with an invisible zipper are ideal for carrying small items (like a credit card, for example) around with you. 

I didn’t even have time to make an image wearing this scrunchie because my daughter took it as soon as I finished making it to wear at a party and of course, she didn’t have any spare minute for the images. 

What you will need

Silk fabric

Invisible zipper suitable for delicate silk fabric

Sewing machine

Invisible zipper presser foot (optional)

Regular sewing notions

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Invisible zippers come in different colors, so it’s important to find one that matches your fabric. But the more important thing is to choose a zipper suitable for lightweight silk fabric: the fabric of the zipper should be very lightweight and flexible. And also the zips should run very smoothly and be neat.

It’s not easy to find this kind of zippers in fabric shops. For example, zippers sold in Joann Fabrics are heavy, not flexible, and have woven twill fabric which is not suitable for lightweight silk.

But I found very lightweight zippers on Amazon, they are great but longer than the zipper I used for my scrunchie. But it doesn’t really matter, you can easily cut a zipper to the size you need. 

The measurements for this silk scrunchie with a zipper are similar to the previous one (the oversized scrunchie).

But you will need to cut 2 rectangles from the fabric of your choice and they measure 40  inches by 4 1/2 inches each. 

I prefer to make this scrunchie from 2 pieces of fabric because it’s easier to insert a zipper when they are cut like this. 

Prepare your sewing machine for making a silk scrunchie with a zipper

Use a 75/11 Universal needle (this size is better for silk fabric).  Insert a new needle if you are not sure how worn out the needle is. Check if it’s not bent. 

Choose a straight stitch and check all the settings: 

stitch length should match your fabric thickness, if you are using silk fabric put the stitch length 2 – 2.5 mm. 

Set the right tension and check it on a scrap piece of the same fabric you are using for your scrunchie. Make sure there is no puckering in the seams.

Thread the machine with good quality thread that matches the fabric colors. 

Use special pins for silk fabric: they are very thin and sharp and don’t leave any holes in delicate silk fabric. 

Step 1

Press out all of the wrinkles to make the silk fabric nice and flat.

If you plan to use a rotary cutter, lay the cutting mat with its grid lines underneath your fabric so that you can cut perfect rectangles  (you don’t need to draw the rectangles on your fabric in this case).

If you are not using a rotary cutter and a cutting mat and plan to use fabric shears don’t forget to find some way of measuring the length of each side of your rectangle. You can draw it first on paper and then cut it from the fabric, or you can draw the rectangles right on your fabric using fabric markers and then cut. 

 Step 2

It’s better to overcast all raw fabric edges of these rectangles with overlock stitches of your sewing machine or with a serger. I didn’t do it when making my silk scrunchie with a zipper but realized later that if we are going to use the scrunchie to put small things inside, the fabric edges will easily fray and it will get messy inside from all those fraying threads. This was my mistake but you don’t need to make it too. 

✅ Related tutorial: How to use a sewing machine’s overcast presser foot for finishing seams / video sewing tutorial

Step 3

Using a fabric marker, mark the space where you want to sew a zipper. Make the length of this opening a little bit smaller than the zipper length. For example, my zipper was 4 inches long, so I left the space for the zipper 3.5 inches. 

DIY silk scrunchie

Place the fabric rectangles right sides together and pin. Stitch, leaving an opening for inserting the zipper. 

Start stitching at about 2 inches from the edge and also leave 2 inches unstitched from the other edge. Mark the beginning and the end of these 2 seams with fabric markers so when you go to your sewing machine you remember where to start and stop. Secure the seams with backstitching. 

Seam allowances are 5/8 inch in this case because we are using silk fabric that is fraying more. 

DIY scrunchie with zipper

Step 4

Sew the zipper in place.

If you don’t know how to sew an invisible zipper check out my special tutorial on inserting zippers

But here are a few tips specific to the project. 

Find the top stopper on your zipper and align it with the marks you made on your fabric. Open the zipper and baste both parts of the zipper (to hold the zipper in place for stitching) with the zipper teeth facing inwards. 

Use a special invisible zipper presser foot

using special invisible zipper foot for making a scrunchie

Don’t forget to sew a few stitches on the right side of the fabric at the end mark after you finished inserting the zipper. 

Press the seams open. 

DIY scrunchie with zipper

Step 5

Sew together the opposite long edges of the fabric keeping 5/8 inch seam allowances. 

Press the seam.

Step 6

Turn this fabric tube right side out using a safety pin or just by hand. Keep the zipper closed and from this point treat it like a regular scrunchie, so the steps below are pretty much the same as above for oversized scrunchie (from step 3).

Line up the short edges of the tube and pin them right sides together. We need to sew the two short sides together. Seam allowances are 3/8 inch in this case. Iron the seam when you are done stitching. 

scrunchie with zipper sewing

Step 7

Cut a strip of elastic about 7 or 8 inches long. I used a 7″ strip. Usually, you should be able to twist the scrunchie twice around your hair.  If your hair is thick you might want to use a longer strip. If you have a hair band compare the length of your elastic with the length of the hair band but don’t forget that you will need to overlap the ends of the elastic to sew them together. 

I used  ¼   inch elastic for this scrunchie.

Use a safety pin for inserting elastic. Usually I secure one end of the elastic strip with a pin so I don’t lose the elastic as I feed it in. When you are finished, both ends will be accessible through an opening in the tube. 

Take the two ends of the elastic and tie a knot or overlap the ends of the elastic and sew them together on the machine or by hand. The elastic should not come apart when you use the scrunchie, so the ends must be properly sewn or tied together.

making a scrunchie with zipper

Step 8

Hand-sew the hole in the stitches if you want a nice seamless finish. Close the opening using an invisible ladder stitch.

sew the opening closed

How to make an organza scrunchie that lights up

This cute scrunchie is a novelty item and a lot of fun! I think you agree it’s very pretty and eye-catching. 

And believe it or not you can easily make one like this if you have some beginner sewing skills. 

how to make organza scrunchie that lights up

This scrunchie should be made oversized so it has enough space to insert a string of lights with a battery. It’s made from pretty organza fabric. 

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First of all, choose the fabric that you like most – it should be sheer fabric but not very lightweight, it needs to have some stiffness. 

I used these measurements for the organza scrunchie:

One rectangle from the fabric of your choice 40 inches by 9 inches. 

Prepare your sewing machine for making a scrunchie

Use 75/11 Universal needle. Insert a new needle if you are not sure how worn out the needle is. Check if it’s not bent. 

Choose a straight stitch and check all the settings: 

stitch length should match your fabric thickness, if you are using organza fabric put the stitch length 2.5 mm. 

set the right tension and check it on a scrap piece of the same fabric you are using for your scrunchie.

Thread the machine with good quality thread that matches the fabric colors. 

Step 1

If you plan to use a rotary cutter, lay the cutting mat with its grid lines underneath your fabric so that you can cut a perfect rectangle.

If you are not using a rotary cutter and a cutting mat and plan to use fabric shears, draw the rectangle on paper first because it’s not easy to draw the rectangle on sheer organza fabric. 

organza scrunchie DIY

Step 2

Fold the rectangle in half lengthwise right sides together. Secure the fold with pins. It was easy to find the right side on my organza fabric because it has some embroidery. But if your fabric doesn’t have any embellishments on the right side then you can use both sides as the right side. 

Start stitching at about 2 inches from the one edge and end the seam at 2 inches from the other edge. You can mark the beginning and the end with pins or fabric markers so when you go to your sewing machine you remember where to start and stop. Secure the seam with backstitching. 

Seam allowances are 3/8 inch. 

making organza scrunchie with lights

Step 3

Now you have a tube of fabric. Turn it right side out. As we are making an oversized scrunchie, it’s easy to turn the tube just by hand. 

Line up the short edges of the tube and pin them right sides together. We need to sew the two sides together. Seam allowances are 3/8 inch. Iron the seam when you are done stitching. 

making a scrunchie with lights

Step 4

Insert elastic. Cut a strip of elastic about 7 or 8 inches long. I used a 7″ strip. Usually, you should be able to twist the scrunchie twice around your hair. The scrunchie should be tight enough so it doesn’t slip off.  If your hair is thick you might want to use a longer strip. 

I used  ⅜  inch elastic for this scrunchie. 

I use a safety pin for inserting elastic. Usually I secure one end of the elastic strip with a pin so I don’t lose the elastic as I feed it in. When you are finished, both ends will be accessible through an opening in the tube. 

Take the two ends of the elastic and tie a knot or overlap the ends of the elastic and sew them together on the machine or by hand. The elastic should not come apart when you use the scrunchie, so the ends must be properly sewn or tied together.

making organza scrunchie

Step 5

Through the opening, insert the small string of led lights together with the battery. Distribute the lights throughout the scrunchie so the lights are not all in one place. 

There are many sellers of this kind of lights on Amazon. I bought this and they work great.

lights for scrunchie

Step 6

Hand-sew the hole in the stitches if you want a nice seamless finish. Close the opening using an invisible ladder stitch.

You can wear this kind of scrunchie with lights on or off.

DIY organza scrunchie

This is a scrunchie I made for my daughter from different organza fabric. 

giant scrunchie with lights

How to make a scrunchie without a sewing machine

There are ways to make scrunchies without sewing! No matter if you’re not so great at using the sewing machine or don’t have a machine, this simple tutorial will show how.

How to make a knot scrunchie

no sew scrunchie

What you will need

Fabric that doesn’t fray

Hair band 

For this scrunchie, the best fabric is tulle –   a very fine, stiff netting fabric used for veils, gowns, tutus and dresses. Can be easily found in any fabric store. This is the tulle I used for my no-sew scrunchie.

no sew scrunchie from tulle

Step 1

For this scrunchie, you will need to cut many small pieces of tulle netting. The size of one piece is 3 inches by 2 inches. And to cut them easily, you better use a rotary cutter. 

Place the fabric on the cutting mat folded in half. Cut a strip 2 inches wide and as long as the whole piece of fabric. 

cutting tulle for no-sew scrunchie

Cut 2 more strips like that. Place all 3 strips on top of each other and using a grid of the cutting mat cut them into small pieces 3 inches each. 

cutting fabric for DIY no-sew scrunchie
tulle for no sew scrunchie

Step 2

Take a hair elastic and start tying the tulle pieces on it. You need to place them very close to each other so you cover the whole elastic. This process is very easy of course but a little time consuming as you need to tie a lot of these small pieces. But the result is great! 

making no sew scrunchie

If you tie the pieces tightly enough, they won’t come apart when you’re using the scrunchie. 

making no sew scrunchie from tulle

It’s as simple as that. Do this all across the hair band until you fully cover it and all strips are knotted off.

Did you find this tutorial helpful? If so, save this pin (see below) on your sewing board so you can come to this tutorial later when you need this information on how to make a scrunchie, and follow me on Pinterest for more tips, tutorials, and inspiration!

How to make a scrunchie

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Elizabeth Milburn

Saturday 9th of April 2022

This is a fabulous tutorial - I would love to print it out , so that I can study it carefully, and refer to it for reference. I want to show my granddaughter how to make them, as she has just got her first sewing machine. Thank you

Olga Balasa

Saturday 9th of April 2022

You can print the article, from a Windows desktop computer combination of keys will bring up the print dialog. You can save as .pdf and print whenever you want. Unfortunately a printable version directly from the browser is impracticable because the images will take up most of the page, the printed images will be large. I have printable versions for some articles but not all, it takes a lot of time to format one. I suggest give your granddaughter an older tablet (probably she already has one), it is much easier to read the article on a tablet than on a phone.

Valerie Leonard

Sunday 16th of May 2021

Interesting tecnique but a video of the sewing would be useful. Could they be made without the narrow bit? So just one fabric.

Valerie Leonard

Monday 17th of May 2021

@Olga Balasa, Hi olga, i found the video after i wrote that, sorry. It didnt load the first time. Interesting tecnique. I'll give it a go.. V

Olga Balasa

Sunday 16th of May 2021

Thank you! There is a YouTube video at this link https://youtu.be/2i5ZClFqwog. And of course, the scrunchie can be made without the trims, from just one fabric.

Sue

Wednesday 9th of September 2020

Love the scrunches. I haven’t got any daughters or grand daughters but I will make some for my friends shop. Sometimes it’s nice to make small items instead of quilts all the time. .

Olga Balasa

Saturday 12th of September 2020

Glad you like them! I use them myself, in fact this is how the idea was born.

Magda

Monday 17th of August 2020

Thanks for this easy DIY hair beauty. I had many "daughters" and think they will love this piece in their hair. Thanks for all your tips, I learned alot and my fingers wants to begin to do huge projects...

Olga Balasa

Monday 17th of August 2020

Thank you. This is probably not the huge project you are looking for, once you finish the first the others will be probably ready very quickly.

Janet Leshko

Saturday 15th of August 2020

Oh how cleaver. I should make a dozen of them.

Olga Balasa

Saturday 15th of August 2020

Thank you! If you make some, perhaps you can send me an image that I can publish right here?

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