How To Make Braid Bonnet/ Satin Bonnet/ 2 In 1 Bonnet/ No Elastic Bonnet

  • Posted on 07 August, 2020
  • Long Hair
  • By Anonymous

You will learn in this video how to make a long braid bonnet, how to also wear it as short hair bonnet, how to make a no elastic and easy to sleep with hair Bonnet. Do you desire to keep your braids straight and neat? then a braid bonnet is what you need , you need not worry while sleeping with this type of bonnet cause your long braid will be preserved, amazingly you can also wear as short bonnet cos it's adjustable.

Hello you're welcome to my channel once again. If you have not subscribed consider subscribing today, i want to show you how to make a long bridge bonnet and this type of bonnet can be worn in two ways. You can wear it as a long or short bonnet. So the type of material i will be using for this tutorial is a silky material for it to be light and easy to sleep with and also i'll be using this polio scuba material. It is stretchy enough for you to be comfortable with it, while sleeping with it at night, so the measurements needed for this tutorial. You need the 8 circumference, which is 22 inches in my own case and the bonnet length which is 27 inches so from the circumference. I'M going to deduct 2 inches because of this material is stretchy, so i'm going to deduct 2 inches from the 8 circumference. So i will have 20 22 minus 2, which will give me 20 inches for the 8 circumference, so the measurement that will be in my stretchy material will be that 20 inches and the weight is 5 inches. So the next thing to do if the width is 5 inches. When i fold it, i will use half inch to join to the main fabric. Then i will have 2 inches left for me. So the next thing to do is to fold together now and go and stitch it with half inch i'll close it up like so so for the headband. The next thing to do is to know the this. What i'm holding right now is the elastic which is length seven inches unfold. It is three and a half, so it is length seven inches. The elastic will be put at the end of the fabric, but i'll i'll come back to that later. So the next thing to do is to open up our fabric. So as i open it up then i'll fold it into two like so so after folding it into two. You measure you take your measurement so on foot the length of this fabric is 30 inches. So you get a length 30 inches fabric and the width is 20 inches on food. If i do not fold it, that means it will be 14 inches, so the width is 40 inches, but unfolded is 20 so right now the next thing to do is to measure the bonnet length out and the bonnet length is 27 inches plus. So in allowance of one and a half inch one for the hemi in half inch to join it to the edge band, so i have 27 and half. I have 28 and a half so like so i have 28 and a half which is 27 plus one average, and on this side i'm going to measure i'm going to put the i'm going to divide the measurement. That is there by two, because i told you i have four 20 inches there already. I will divide it by two. Then i have ten. I will mark it out i'll mark that thing out, as i'm dividing the measurement by two now i want to start drafting my bonnet, so on this side i have 20 inches. As you can see, then i will divide that side also by two. So i'm dividing the length and the bread by two then i'll mark it. So i'm joining this point to this point. I'M joining this side like so like i'm drafting a sleeve. This will not be new to you if you are not a beginner, so i will go in this manner to go and meet that point that i marked out so i'll draft this, as if i'm drafting this leave. So this part that i just chopped out will be the part that i'm going to attach to my band to my headband. So then i'll take a street ruler to connect these points together. These two points together, so i'm going to connect it with the straight line. I'Ll connect it like so gently with the straight line, so i want to make sure it's very clean so after that the next thing to do is to come and cut it out, like so i'll cut it out in that manner. In the manner i used to chop it so i'm doing the coating, so i will continue with the cutting of the operation. This upper edge will be what i'm going to stitch with a straight loose stitch and kadai together on the headband. So i will show you how to do that so opening the top. This is how it should be to look like a sleeve. It will look like a large sleeve, then i'll, go and do stitch this together. After that, i will stitch this side together, and this is what i'm going to do now on my machine, so i've gathered it together with a loose stitch, so i got that the the largest part, the largest part that is cough. I gather it together with a loose stitch and i gathered it into the measurement of my head circumference, which is 22 inches, so i have 22 23 inches almost 23 inches is what i have here because of the allowance. I will use to join it together by the side, so i'm going to join the sides together now with half inch i'll, join it together with this three stitch down. So before joining it, i'm going to knot the thread, the tray that i used to smoke, the goddess i'm going to notice so that it will not lose so that the measurement of the circumference will still be there. So that's what i'm doing so i'll go right away and join this side together with this three stitch. So after joining together with the straight stitch, i'll bring my elastic rubber and you put it like this - then i'm going to fold this edge by half inch. Then tuck the rubber inside i'll tuck, the rubber inside i'll fold in two places like so then i'll make sure the rubber is inside and i'm going to stitch the white stitching i'll, be careful not to allow my needle to press the rubber. So that is what i'll go ahead right now and do cover it like so carefully and go through the machine and stitch it with the straight stitch. Then i'll come and show you the result. After doing that, then i'll come to the upper part where i'll put the headband, because it is stretchy, it will still take. What is the measurement that is here, so i'm going to stitch the right side with the right side, so i'll make sure the right side is facing the right side like so so the joining part is where i will start from i'll start from the joining part. The side i joined so i'll go on and on like that, so i've joined it as you can see, and i've input the robot on the edge. So the next thing to do is to fold up and do my stitching, ditch method. So i'm going to fold like so and pin it down i'll fold it to the wrong side and pin it down like in this manner i'll pin it down in this manner. So i'm using half inch to pin it down i'll fold half inch inside so that i have two inches left for me as my headband. So after pinning it down i'll turn it to the right side, then this is where what i'll place on my machine and stitch on it, like so i'll, hide my stitch inside inside the joining where the joining where the band is joining the main fabric. That'S where i will hide my stitch so after stitching this is what i have so i have my bonnet ready now. I want to show you how to wait for a long. This is not even long enough, because what is here can still occupy a more lengthy here, so this is how you create, and it will not allow the hey to get off of food. So this is how you weigh your lung break bonnet long breed bonnet. So i'm going to do something here. You can as well create as a short bonnet, and this is what i will do - i'm going to put a button on the center front. I will tuck it down. Then i will use a small hook. I'M going to make a small hook that i will use to hook it down, so that is what i'm going to do right now, so that i'll be able to create. So this is the small hook. So i'm going to stitch it. It'S just like a half inch and the length is not more than six inches so i'll fold it into two and stitch it on the edge, so it will be on the edge of the on the down part on the edge of the bonnet. So that's where i will stitch it, then i can use it to hook it down like this, so that whenever i want to create a short bonnet, i will be able to do that. I think it is simple, so i have my bonnet as a short bonnet right now, so this is beautiful. You can still wear it as a long bonnet. Like i told you, you've come to the end of the tutorial. If you like this tutorial kindly subscribe like and share, thank you and see you in my next video bye,

Ehimhen Precious: Thank you for this tutorial,easy steps

Diane Zaro: Very Nice

Weewee: Thank you so much

Tenicia Williams: Why didn't you double it would it be to too think for the sewing machine to to handle

lorraine murrell: where can I buy the scratch material

ghettoscorpion: Hello, do you sale these bonnets?

Judith Emmanuel: Your fabric is not visible

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