Commercial coils, built to accommodate a wide range of anatomical dimensions, are rigid and of fixed size, thus yielding sub-optimal SNR and patient comfort. Existing flexible/stretchable solutions suffer from resonance detuning due to inductance changes under stretch/deformation. In this work, we propose an alternative coil concept using liquid metal microchannel conductors encapsulated in a stretchable polymer matrix. We developed a self-tuning coil using a stretchable, adaptively compensating, interdigital capacitor. We observed a <0.5% of frequency stability in silico and in vitro. In vivo results were demonstrated on 3T wrist imaging.