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« Reply #90 on: March 11, 2012 01:27:18 PM »

Hi,
 I know is is just a little bit late from when you posted this but I wanted to make sure I knew how to do this before I tried myself Cheesy.....

Is this it?

Step 1: make a crochet chain.
Step 2: find a small section of your hair you want to attach dread to
Step 3: Start making a braid
Step 4: Take the top of the crochet chain (where you just left off)



or is it this?

Step 1: find a small section of your hair you want to attach dread to
Step 2: braid yarn into hair
Step 3: make a crochet chain

I am totally confused. Am I even close to getting this correct?
Well If anyone is still looking at this....can you help me CheesyHuh
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« Reply #91 on: March 13, 2012 04:24:42 PM »

Hi,
 I know is is just a little bit late from when you posted this but I wanted to make sure I knew how to do this before I tried myself Cheesy.....

Is this it?

Step 1: make a crochet chain.
Step 2: find a small section of your hair you want to attach dread to
Step 3: Start making a braid
Step 4: Take the top of the crochet chain (where you just left off)



or is it this?

Step 1: find a small section of your hair you want to attach dread to
Step 2: braid yarn into hair
Step 3: make a crochet chain

I am totally confused. Am I even close to getting this correct?
Well If anyone is still looking at this....can you help me CheesyHuh


Step 1: make all the crochet dread extensions. You'll need 40-60 double enders (60 DE will be 120 dreads and it's pretty heavy!!!).
Step 2: Section Your full head. There are several great tutorials on internet for this. I've found a very easy for You: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZrScPv8kJk.
Step 3: Braid the dread extensions in. Excellent tutorial for this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ca0ECeC2KJ8!

Have fun!  Wink
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