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DIY »Embroidered linen bow scrunchie«

In sisterMAG No. 63 we share with you many DIYs that you can do in just a few steps. Here we show you the DIY »Embroidered linen bow scrunchie«. Try it out – we wish you lots of fun sewing and embroidering!

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DIY »Embroidered linen bow scrunchie«


  • Linenfabric
  • Yarn
  • Scissors
  • Needle
  • Sewing machine
  • Rubber 18 cm
  • Safety pins
  • opt. Loop Turner


  1. Print out the embroidery pattern, cut out the motifs, place them against each other and pin them so that they do not slip. Draw the motifs with a pencil.
  2. Loosen the embroidery frame at the screw, until the larger frame ring and the smaller inner ring separate from each other. Fix the fabric in between. Tighten the screw slightly and, if necessary, pull the fabric taut all around so that no wrinkles occur.
  3. Take a thread and embroider the stitches from the to the inside.
  4. For the flower: knot stitch, stem stitch, magarite stitch, flat stitch.
  5. For the bee: satin stitch, stem stitch, weaving picot.
  6. Cut out two loop cut pieces in the break using the. Cut out template.LOOP SEWING
  7. Cut out a strip using the template.
  8. Place the two loop cut pieces right sides together pin them together, mark the 9 cm opening (this will be used to turn the bow later) and mark 1 cm seam allowance.
  9. Sew pattern pieces together all around, leaving out the leave out the marking.
  10. Trim seam allowances at tips and cut in curves.
  11. Turn over. Then iron.SCRUNCHIE SEW
  12. Close the opening with an invisible hand stitch.
  13. Iron both ends of the strip 1 cm over to the wrong side.
  14. Fold strip lengthwise in the middle and sew together with 1 cm sew together.
  15. Turn over. Then iron.
  16. Pull the elastic through and sew the ends together with a zigzag stitch.
  17. Fold in the ironed ends of the scrunchie, pin them together, and now sew them together at the edge. Make sure that the elastic is on the inside and sew it in place.
  18. Put everything together.
  19. Knot the loop at the place of the seam around the scrunchie and pull everything finally right.

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