Making a hair scrunchie is a fun activity that is quite simple. Read information on how to make a scrunchie.

How To Make A Scrunchie

Almost every young girl wants to have colorful rubber bands to enhance her hairstyle and look cool. However, rubber bands can be damaging to the hair and can end up breaking it as well. Now, what could possibly serve as a better option to rubber bands, being as much stylish and colorful also? The answer to this lies in a scrunchie! These colorful bands can hold your hair in a tight ponytail, just like a rubber band and also look funky. At the same time, they are gentle on the hair What’s more? A scrunchie can be made at the comforts of your home, on a lazy afternoon, when you have nothing better to do! Check out the following instructions on how to make a hair scrunchie all by yourself and flaunt it in your hair.
How To Make A Hair Scrunchie
Simple Hair Scrunchie
Things Required
  • 1/2-inch-wide Elastic
  • Fabric or Cloth Pieces
  • Safety Pins
  • Sewing Needles
  • Threads
  • Take a fabric or cloth piece, which measures 4-5 inches wide and 18-20 inches long. You can get this either from a tailor or from your old shirts, scarves, bandanas, etc.
  • Now, fold the fabric into an exact half, lengthwise, keeping the printed side on the inside.
  • Sew along the side seam lengthwise and make sure to leave both the ends open for putting in the elastic.
  • Now, the fabric will resemble a tube. Turn it inside out, so that you have the right side out.
  • Insert 5-7 inches of the ½ inch wide elastic through the fabric tube, by threading it in through one end and holding one end of the elastic at that end.
  • Next, stitch one end of the elastic to the fabric, to make sure that it stays in place.
  • Slide one end of the tube over the other end and make a small hem. Finally, stitch both the ends together with hand.
  • You have your own scrunchie, all ready to be worn!
Crochet Hair Scrunchie
Things Required
  • Worsted- Weight Yarn
  • Sewing Needles
  • Size G Crochet Hook
  • 1/2-inch-wide Elastic
  • Yarn Needle, with big eye
  • 1/2-inch-wide Elastic
  • Threads
  • Small Scissors
  • Start with making a single crochet, where the threads are tightly tied, since it will impart your scrunchie a beautiful look.
  • Hold the crochet hook in the right hand and make a slipknot on the hook. Now, bring the yarn over the hook, from back to front and pull the hooked yarn through the slipknot.
  • Repeat the above two steps, in sequence, for 28 times, giving you 29 chain-switches. Now, skip the first chain stitch and insert hook into the center of next chain stitch.
  • This completes one crochet stitch. Repeat the process and make it in a breadth as desired by you.
  • Now, double the crochet around the perimeter of hair tie and work outwards in spirals.
  • Stitch one end of the elastic to the fabric and loose ends of the yarn into the project to secure them.
  • The beautiful scrunchie is ready.

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