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Whenever you've stitched up the braids you have made so far, go back to braiding!

I don't have photos showing just how to link your strands of denim. You could sew all of them together, that will definitely look best. The disadvantage to this is certainly you'd have to be near your sewing machine since you will have to stop frequently to go and sew on another length. I would personally absolutely recommend against stitching collectively huge strands and balling all of them up. You are braiding, remember, and the longer they are the more tangled they will get. For my task we used a slit-knotting. It made fairly chunky knots, but the free ends is tied up straight down whenever sewing.
Listed here is just how to do it:
In the end of your braid's strip, fold it by 50 percent and cut a slit. In your brand-new strip, do the same. Line up the slits and pull your brand-new strand through slits. I will suggest lining-up the new strip in the base and pulling it through the top. I understand this really is hard to explain, I'll try to find some scraps and simply take pictures to show.

Therefore anyway, carry on before you're out of denim! By the end we taped my pieces quite and stitched them together and slightly beneath the rug.



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