Surface designer Mel Christy loves a bold print. Her colorful creations are made from textiles she's designed herself then transformed into classic pieces. While her accessories may seem simple upon first glance, a closer look reveals the thought that has gone into every detail.


These scrunchies are an easy and inexpensive way to add a pop of color to your look. 



  • Available in three sizes and three prints.
  • All sizes have the same inner circumference of ~7", which fits comfortably around your wrist AND topknot.
  • Size small has a scrunchie sleeve width of 1.5"
  • Size medium has a scrunchie sleeve width of 2"
  • Size XL has a scrunchie sleeve width of 3.5"

Satin Scrunchie by Mel Christy


    INSTA: @melchristyillustration


    Mel Christy’s style of illustration thrives on vibrant color and meticulous detail. Her ink and brush work is based in aestheticism, primarily influenced by botanical life and patterns in nature. She builds versatile surface designs with intuitive mark-making that are instinctively emotive.


    Before Mel found her calling in surface design, her twenty-year career as a fine art photographer allowed her to develop a unique ability to capture raw emotion through expressive, bold portraits. Her love of strong compositions and expressive detail has made its way into her illustration work. Mel is represented by the Bainbridge Arts and Crafts Gallery, and her designs are frequently shown at other galleries and spaces throughout the Pacific Northwest.


    When she is not creating beautiful spaces and textiles, Mel enjoys long bike rides, hanging with her teenage son, and walking her boxer, Guthrie.  She currently lives in Portland OR.

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