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Old 04-28-2010, 09:17
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So i just started making them and know how to make them i just cant seem to get the dam end right. it always looks like crap.
any idea or link to show how todo it
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Old 04-28-2010, 09:25
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So i just started making them and know how to make them i just cant seem to get the dam end right. it always looks like crap.
any idea or link to show how todo it
Have you checked you tube? they have a video showing how to make one.
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Old 04-28-2010, 09:25
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I weave just past the end of the headband, clip an aligator clip just above to hold the pattern in place, undo the last weave on the top, securing it with glue, then the same on the underside. Once it is all in place, use a sharp pair of scissors to cut a nice edge and heat seal with a lighter. Hope that made sense!
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It just takes practice IMO. Everyone does it different. I glue the ends and then cut it. Then heat seal the ends. I try to make it kind of round and smooth so it doesnt poke. hth
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Have you checked here?

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OH thanks alot that makes alot of sence and looks easy thanks alot..
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