Make a January scarf scrunchie for your hair. These hair tie scrunchies are made from a vintage Hermes scarf. They are made by re-construct the scarf into a scrunchie by rolling the fabric and sewing it shut. If you like, you can also wear the scarf alone or with the scrunchie. The end result is an elegant, versatile hair accessory. Try one out!
Cut a length-wise piece of fabric. Fold the fabric in half, right sides facing, and sew the long edge. Turn it right side out and insert the elastic. Stitch the short ends together. Fold the fabric in half, right sides together, and pin the layers. Repeat the sewing process on the other side. If you like to make a scrunchie in two different colors, cut a piece of fabric that matches.
Sew the scarf piece to the scrunchie, either by hand or machine. Use all-purpose sewing thread that matches the fabric. Sew a small running stitch with a hand-sewing needle. The end of the scarf piece can be tied to make a bow. You can even use a bow to decorate your hair scrunchie. If you prefer a more intricate version, you can use a larger piece of fabric for the knot.