Handmade with love by students at Wenona School in Sydney, Australia.
When Senior College students heard about the plight of Ethiopia's obstetric fistula sufferers, they were keen to do something to help. Together with their teacher Ms Catherine Minifie, the wonderful Wenona girls volunteered their time and sewing expertise at lunchtimes to support Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia. Over the course of several weeks the girls made more than 500 scrunchies using fabric generously donated by the Wenona community.
Assorted colours and patterns, these beautiful scrunchies make everyday a good hair day.
Read more about the making of Hair Scrunchies for Hamlin here