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    Hey Ladies,

    I love individual braids but they do bad things to my hair line. Therefore, I came across another method that works for me. Crochet braids...but I was wondering about interlocking. I heard it's the same as crochet but just wanted to be sure. does anyone have any info on this and also how to do it if it is different. I just want the 411.

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    Manhattan

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    Are you talking about crocheting your hair? Are you sure you'll be able to undo the stitches afterwards?
    Sounds quite risky to me...
    sorry but I don't know what the word "interlocking" means (as far as crochet is concerned).

    ... How do you do crochet braids? Is it like cornrows or like 2strand twists?

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    Hey
    Its where you cornrow your hair then you take the braids that are already braided and using a latch hook you attach the braids to your cornrow...fairly easy.

    manhattan

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    :lol Ok! Thanks, I see what you mean... I didn't know this method...

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    FYI: it's easy to take out too. As you unbraid the cornrow the hair that you croched will slide off of your hair.

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    that's really cool !

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    Originally posted by meagan22@Apr 23 2004, 03:11 PM
    FYI: it's easy to take out too. As you unbraid the cornrow the hair that you croched will slide off of your hair.
    Yea a little too easy. I've had some slip out in public :lol
    Fortunetly just around some close friends that guesstured to me that my hair was slipping out :lol

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    I found an intersting how to here :

    I post it here because it could be of some interest for someone, but srry, it doesn't answer your question manhattan...

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    Thanks anyway...

    Manhattan

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    If you check out Pamela Ferrell's book think it shows a number of pictures that feature Interlocking.
    "Be kind to people on your way up because you will meet the same people on your way down"

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