How To Make A DIY Fabric Flower Scrunchie

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How To Make A DIY Fabric Flower Scrunchie | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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One of the things that many of us look forward to during the holidays is a Christmas party with our closest friends. Of course, we can’t just come to one empty-handed. After all, Christmas is the time of year when we get to celebrate our female friends and thank them for their support over the years.So, what better way to express our appreciation than to give them gifts? Red Blossom Designs teaches us how to make a cute fabric flower scrunchie easily. With only a few inexpensive materials, we can create multiples of these scrunchies to gift to our female friends making these a handmade symbol of your friendship and love.

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Materials: 

  • Fabric
  • 20-strand yarn
  • Needle and thread.
  • elastic 1.2 cm wide
  • Button, 2 cm

Directions:

Cut a thin piece of fabric 4 cm by 70 cm in size.Fold it in half and sew. Insert a 20-strand yarn inside the material. Then, cut the fabric into 6, 10 cm pieces.

Vertically fold the pieces in half. Take your needle and thread and attach the ends of the pieces. After that, tightly close the thread. Then, repeat the steps to secure the pieces in place. At this point, you now have a flower-shaped fabric.

Directions for Making Fabric Flower Scrunchie
Image credit: Red Blossom Designs on Youtube

Take a piece of 5 cm by 50 cm fabric. Fold it in half and sew. Insert your elastic inside the fabric. Leave out 2 cm of the elastic on each side and sew these together. After that, cover the elastic with the material and sew the ends once again.

Materials for Making A DIY Fabric Flower Scrunchie
Image credit: Red Blossom Designs on Youtube

Place your button at the center of the flower. Take your flower and scrunchie pieces and sew them into the button. Then, secure them in place. You now have a fabric flower scrunchie to use for yourself or give to your friends. Ask them to wear the scrunchies and don’t forget to take photographs for keepsake.

How To Make A DIY Fabric Flower Scrunchie

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