| two meters of fabric (I always like to buy more than enough fabric just in case.) Step 1: Measure and cut the fabric first! The length of the fabric is the most important part. To make the main blanket work perfectly, each piece of fabric must be measured and cut at 62 “x 17”.
I usually use a piece of fabric about 2 feet long and 1 foot wide for the headpiece. I used scarves as headwear and headwear materials as scarves. A fabric that is about 2 meters long but twice as wide can be used as a headpiece or wrap skirt.
Fabrics are important. Silk wraps are the best protection for your hair, but this fabric is often too soft and too thin to style. Wrapping cotton and polyester works best for styling, although the material can potentially damage your hair.
Start with 12 yards of fabric or a long, wide scarf.
Step 1: Start gathering your hair in a top bun. Place the headband on the back of your head, making sure the fabric is lowered to the neck. Then pull the ends forward. Step 2: Tie the scarf with a knot in the center.
The fabric you choose for a gel is AsoOke - originally a textured shiny cotton fabric, tightly woven by hand in a variety of traditional patterns and colors. The threads currently used in weaving are mainly cotton, silk, viscose and metallic lurex fibers.
- Add 8 tablespoons (120 ml) of salt to 1 liter of cold or warm water.
- White vinegar (and it should be white - dark vinegar can discolor fabrics) naturally softens the fabric.
- It is important to remember to stay away from excessive heat.