Uploaded on Dec 1, 2010
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Q: How long are the strings?
A: The middle will be as long as you need it to be. If it's a bracelet, measure your wrist. If it's your hair... well it's a set length you need to cover. The floss strings should be roughly 65" (inches) and it's likely you will need to add on more like I showed in the video at 7:20
MATERIAL: Six Stranded Embroidery Floss (DMC BRAND)
BLUE BASE STRING: Braided Yarn (The yarn takes the place of hair)
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WARNING! If you are using this for a hair wrap be very wary- you might need to snip off the hair you wrapped! Don't want to tie anything in your hair?
USE THIS METHOD:
You can use a piece of braided yarn that is similar to the color of your hair color or use a section cut from a hair piece as the base for the hair wrap.
Rubber band the tip of the section of fake hair then make the braid as usual unless your hair piece came with the longer braids (like those fake ponytail decorations for buns) then do the string wrapping on it like in this video.
Finish the piece off by hot gluing your newly wrapped hair piece to a hair clip and viola, the look of a real hair wrap without the fuss of a real hair wrap!
Information about the KLUTZ book shown at the end of this video:
"Hair Wraps" By Anne Akers Johnson ISBN 1-57054-163-9
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