How to make scrunchies!

How to make scrunchies!


Today I want to show you my scrunchies that I made  a long time ago.

My three girls and I have long hair, so we are always looking for hair ties.


This jelly roll pack I found at JoAnn store, I couldn’t help grab them and add them to my shopping cart even though I am not a quilter.

I had no idea what to do with these pretty cute but too narrow for fabric scraps.

Then I came up with an idea!,it was  scrunchies! spent hours and hours to make them. It was so much  fun and such an easy craft  idea I can do over and over again.

Isn’t it beautiful ? 🙂 My three girls and I enjoy them. It’s girls must needed item!



My little girl, Claire, is all grown-up trying to have the same hair do as her mommy.

Below, you will find a picture tutorial. All you need is jelly roll scraps, plain hair tie, and sewing machine. How simple is it!


I hope you have a basketful of scrunchies today. 🙂


Thank you for stopping by!


Love always’



  1. This a very cute idea, definitely going to make some of these for my grand daughters. Thanks for sharing another great crafting idea!

    1. Author

      Hi grandma, Sherri!
      Thank you for sweet comments. Your grand daughters will love it.

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