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Embracing my challenge to make as much as I could from one cut of cloth (see below), I promptly cut out what I would need for the main event- the PE Bag. With the left overs I had a think and decided rather than make a batch of unlinked items, why not make my Niece a couple of bits so that she has a “set” of spotty cloth items. I have decided that I will make the PE Bag, a zippy (I’ve never sewn a zip so brace yourselves) cosmetics bag for her hair clips and a little brush (4 year olds do not tend to have many cosmetics in any case!) and a scrunchie to keep the hair off her face during PE. If I still have cloth left I shall must get my thinking cap on and see what comes up.
So my first accomplishment was a cute spotty scrunchie, and i shall tell you the way I got there. Are you sitting comfortably Then let’s begin!
To make the Spotty Scrunchie you will have a strip of cloth approx 20cm long and 10-15cm wide. These measurements are incredibly flexible so please don’t worry about getting your ruler out. A number of pins to hold all of it in place before you sew it, a needle and thread or a sewing machine and a length on elastic approx 10cm (I am going for the sort that looks like knicker elastic and you can buy a bunch for about 40p at most craft shops or haberdasheries).
Fold your strip of material in half length ways with the spotty side on the inside and sew along the length edges of the material. I pinned mine in place first so I could get a reasonably straight line but it isn’t too crucial as it’s purple blue pink going to obviously be scrunched up.
Then, turn your now tube of cloth inside out so you have got a sleeve of material that you could wiggle your fingers in.
Slip your length of elastic in, with about 3-4cm sticking out the top and pop a few stitches in to secure it in place.
Next is the fun bit! Scrunch all the fabric up the elastic and tie the 2 ends of elastic together to make slightly stretchy ring with all the material scrunched round it. It would now appear to be a scrunchie bobble but will need the ends tidying up a little bit. Carefully smooth out the ends and fold over the edges to hide frayed cloth. Then add a couple of stitches to secure the ends together purple blue pink and Bob’s your Uncle- a Scrunchie!!
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