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bernyispurestyle
« on: February 19, 2012 10:46:07 AM »

 So recently Ive seen a lot of these 80's-like ponytails-hairband-colette( Huh) and thought it was a very easy project,but I step up in a problem, when I try to turn right side out the piece of fabric it ends in an infinite loop  Undecided .  I hope you can help me solving this mistery  Roll Eyes.
This is what Im trying to do:



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« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2012 11:10:45 AM »

Basically, you just sew a tube of your fabric and turn it right side out.  Thread your elastic through and sew the ends of the elastic together.  Then sew the ends of the tube together.  I usually put one end inside the other and then turn the edge under of the tube that is on the outside and hand stitch it down.

 
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« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2012 05:02:50 AM »

I found three different methods for making scrunchies:

What Marypoppins said.

This leaves a hole at the side of the join.

More complicated, but leaves the smallest hole to handsew.
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« Reply #3 on: March 04, 2012 10:17:15 AM »

Basically, you just sew a tube of your fabric and turn it right side out.  Thread your elastic through and sew the ends of the elastic together.  Then sew the ends of the tube together.  I usually put one end inside the other and then turn the edge under of the tube that is on the outside and hand stitch it down.

 
Thank you!! it sounds a little bit complicated but I'll give it a try
Thank you!!,this is very helpful,I was trying to avoid the handsew part because I suck at it ,but now i know it's imposssible haha(and scrunchies!!?? I still have a lot of english to learn hahaha Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2012 10:14:59 AM »

It really is a lot easier than it sounds. 
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