How to make the perfect scrunchie headband

If you’re looking for something to accessorize your outfit with a bit more style scrunchie then headband is a great idea for you. You can make your own DIY scrunchie headbands at the comfort of your home, and the beautiful thing is that you don’t need any sewing skills either for this, just majorly your satin fabric and an Elastic band.

Materials needed

  • Sewing Needle
  • Satin fabric
  • Thread
  • 3/4 inch Elastic band
  • Scissors
  • Pins
  • Safety pin
  • Measuring tape
  • Chalk
  • Sewing machine (optional a needle and thread will do)

Procedures involved in making your scrunchie headband

Photo credit : Juliet Uzor

Using your chalk measure and mark out 7 by 10 inches on your fabric. Using your scissors cut out the measured first piece. This will be called your main piece.

Photo credit : Juliet Uzor

Fold the piece of your main fabric into half length wise with the right sides together. Secure them well with pins to keep the edges well lined up.

Photo credit : Juliet Uzor

Sew down the long side starting 1.5 inches from the top using a 1/4 inch allowance. Leave 1.5 inches unstitched at the bottom too.

See also  WEIGHT TRAINING: A HEALTH STIMULUS!

Remove the pins and flip the fabric right side out.

Using your chalk mark out 3 by 14 inches on your fabric. Using your scissors cut out the measured second piece. This will be called your inner piece.

Pass the inner fabric inside the main fabric using a safety pin.

Photo credit : Juliet Uzor

After bringing out both ends tack them each to secure both the main piece and the inner piece.

Using your chalk mark out 3 by 15 inches. Using your scissors cut out the measured third piece. This will be called your Elastic casing.

Fold the piece of the fabric in half lengthwise with the right sides also together and use your pins to secure it.

Photo credit : Juliet Uzor

Sew down the long sides too starting from 1.5 inches from the top and using a 1/4 inch seam allowance also.

Remove the pins and flip the fabric inside out.

Pass the Elastic band inside the Elastic casing using the safety pin.

See also  Fashion hacks that are useful in your daily activities
Photo credit : Juliet Uzor

Sew both ends of the main piece and the Elastic casing piece together using needle and thread.

Photo credit : Juliet Uzor

Neatly cut out the excess piece of fabric away.

Photo credit : Juliet Uzor

Your satin scrunchie headband is ready to be rocked.

Also check out https://234gist.prestigenigeria.com/fashion-hacks-you-need-to-know-that-would-be-useful-in-your-daily-activities/

https://itsterreana.com/diy-satin-bonnet-for-natural-hair/

Photo credit : Juliet Uzor

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

error

Thanks for reading? Please spread the word