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【African】 Braids with Wool, Yarn or Thread Video and Explanation 🧶🖤

Collage African braids with worsted wool or thread

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African braids have made it to summer for several years in a row. Bright, bold and charming hairstyles with afro braids are good for both young and old women.

1 TOP 1 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Elessa Thread Fuchsia and Black
1 TOP 1 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Elessa Thread Fuchsia and Black

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2 TOP 2 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Yellow and Orange Elessa Thread
2 TOP 2 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Yellow and Orange Elessa Thread

Bright motifs of afro braids with threads.

Knitting with threads is the easiest and cheapest way. If you want and are skilled, this hairstyle can be done at home, although the process itself will take quite a bit of time. Since a professional takes 6-8 hours, and an amateur, or even more a beginner, will have to spend half a day on this masterpiece.

3 TOP 3 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Elessa Brown Purple Thread
3 TOP 3 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Elessa Brown Purple Thread
4 TOP 4 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Gray Platinum Elessa Thread
4 TOP 4 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Gray Platinum Elessa Thread

What do you need?

For hairstyles, braids African threads, we need a comb, acrylic thread of the desired colors and, of course, patience. By the way, knitting on oneself is rather inconvenient, especially on the back of the head, so it would not hurt to stock up on an assistant. It is possible that the braid will begin to braid, and the owner of the future afro braids would help to braid the ends. Thus, in four hands, the weaving process is significantly accelerated.

We take the threads, preferably acrylic 100%, they do not shrink and do not fade as much as natural ones. We divide the thread into strands. Each strand has three strands folded in half. The length of each of these strands should be 20-25 cm longer than the length of your own hair.

Select part of the hair for the first braid. The thinner the braids, the better they will hold up. We take the first strand of threads and in the place where they are bent we form a weak knot.

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We divide the separated part of the hair for the braid into three strands and put a knot in the first of them, tightening it more tightly. We divide the strands into two for each strand of hair and weave the pigtail in the usual way: first the left strand under the middle, then the right, then the left again, and so on to the very tip.

African braids with threads option number 2

Stranded afro braids can also be done with a closure. It turns out quite an interesting hairstyle from many tiny dragons. The main secret of this type of weaving is that the thinner the intertwined threads and hooks, the more beautiful the result will be.

5 TOP 5 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Elessa Platinum Gray and Black Thread
5 TOP 5 African Braids with Worsted Wool or Elessa Platinum Gray and Black Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or White Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or White Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Light Brown Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Light Brown Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Thread Elessa Natural Brown and Black
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Thread Elessa Natural Brown and Black
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Thread Elessa Dark Brown 1
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Thread Elessa Dark Brown 1
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Dark Brown Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Dark Brown Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Elessa Light Blue and Gray Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Elessa Light Blue and Gray Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Light Blue and White Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Light Blue and White Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Light Blue and Pink Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Light Blue and Pink Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Gray and Pink Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Gray and Pink Elessa Thread
African Braids with Brown and Natural Elessa Wool Worsted or Thread
African Braids with Brown and Natural Elessa Wool Worsted or Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Purple and Blue Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Purple and Blue Elessa Thread
African Braids with Wool Worsted or Elessa Thread Multicolor Pink Sky Blue Green Orange and Yellow
African Braids with Wool Worsted or Elessa Thread Multicolor Pink Sky Blue Green Orange and Yellow
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Jet Black Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Jet Black Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Black Elessa Thread Degraded to Light Pink
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Black Elessa Thread Degraded to Light Pink
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Black and White Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Black and White Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Red and Yellow Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Red and Yellow Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Platinum Blonde Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Platinum Blonde Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Light Green and Dark Green Elessa Thread
African Braids with Worsted Wool or Light Green and Dark Green Elessa Thread

Someone could say that braids with threads are from the last century, now kanekalon braids are in fashion, it is much safer, etc. etc

But this statement is quite controversial and not fair. After all, pigtails with strands have a number of advantages. They are more accessible and simpler, knitting with one thread is much easier than working with the same kanekalon. Stranded ponytails are longer lasting and shed less, making them a great option for a beach hairstyle. You shouldn't wear them for 3 months, a few weeks walking around in them is enough. And you will enjoy the convenience of afro braids and it will not damage your hair. And in the end, it is worth noting that braids entwined with threads have their own unique and inimitable charm. No other knitting material will replace them. And this is a fact.

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