How to Make Yarn Dreads?

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There are numerous steps to follow when you want to create yarn threads: cut three pieces of yarn at equal lengths and then tie their ends in a knot and braid them all the way to the stop. You can then use another inch of yarn to hold the braids in place.
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To make yarn dreads, cut pieces of yarn like 3 for all the locks and tie to make a knot then braid it up. Tie a piece of yarn around the braids to hold them in place and then dip in hot water. You can then dry them up in a towel. The locks are normally attached to ones hair as extensions. For the detailed procedure go to, .
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1. Select at least three pieces of yarn and cut them to equal lengths. 2. Tie the top of the pieces of yarn together into a knot. 3. Braid the pieces of yarn together. To braid the
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1 Pick out a base and accent colour (optional) for your falls. Ad 2 Choose a material(s) the same colour(s) as the yarn. 3 Cut the material to the desired length you want the falls
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