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Today’s tutorial video shows you how to make a human-sized scrunchie hair tie or scrunchy hair elastic. I say “human sized,” because as most of my followers already know, this website specializes in doll-sized crafts and doll clothes patterns.
But I designed this hair tie pattern so I could give these hair scrunchies as gifts.
Imagine how fun these hair ties would be if you used Halloween fabric or even Christmas or Hanukkah fabric! I made these ones to give to my daughter for her birthday, so hopefully this craft project is giving you some fun ideas for the up-coming holiday season or gift giving.
Here’s the free printable PDF sewing pattern for making today’s craft project:
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