You must have noticed this new fad happening in the swimwear world – scrunch butt bikinis! Some people refer to them as scrunch bottoms or pucker backs. There are also many other names for this stylish swimwear such as “scrunchy butt”, ruched and so on. Whatever you call them, there is no denying that these bikinis are currently the hottest on the market. They are very sexy and provocative. Most fashion-conscious women are going for these rocking bikinis. They are simply amazing!
Once you try out these scrunch bottoms, you will just love them. You will realize that they make you feel and look better. On the other hand, you will hate the way the normal bikini bottoms are, and you won’t be alone. Most women’s beachgoers are crazy about these bikinis. They have a huge collection of these pucker backs featuring different styles and designs. You too could own such a collection without spending a fortune on them. All that you need to do is to turn your normal bikinis into some rockin’ scrunchy butts right. You don’t have to leave a huge dent in your purse in order to turn those heads on the beach. Scrunchy bottoms alone are currently retailing at around $20. The whole collection could cost you $40. This means that, owning several of these will cost you a tidy sum, which you may not have. A good option would be to buy a few original scrunch bikinis from our online store, and then make several others on your own. As you shall see, this is not hard.
One of the easiest ways of making a scrunch butt bikini is to add a little bit of scrunch on the backside of a normal bikini bottom. In this article, you will learn how to scrunch a bikini bottom on your own. You will just use the ordinary bikinis that you already have. Apart from a bikini bottom, you will need a strong thread, a sturdy needle and scissors. Once you have all these, follow the following steps:
1. First, turn the bottoms inside out. Locate the exact middle of the bottoms and draw a zigzag line with a pencil. Trace this line with your needle and thread. It will be better if you know how to ruche. However, you can learn how to do it by working on a few bottoms.
2. As you go up or down, depending on the side that you started from, scrunch the fabric by pulling the thread. There is no particular way of doing this. Just ensure that it is well knotted in order to guarantee a sturdy scrunch.
3. Once you are done with scrunching, turn the bottoms inside out and secure the scrunch by tying or sewing a bunch of knots. Note that, the color of the thread is not important. No one will see it since it is on the inside.
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