How do yours hang

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    DreadPirateRoberts's Avatar
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    How do yours hang

    Pervs...............

    Just a quick question about hanging Wookie Braids.

    I just recieved my set of OSK Wookie braids, I wrapped em up with the colored threads and im ready to go( they rock by the way ).

    When I got my original set of RA braids they came bound at the bottom of the set thus making a loop where you could just throw it over your shoulder,but not bound at the top ( I usually let the shoulder bell catch them and I was set )

    The question : how do you have your braids hanging ?? or to put it better what is accurate? freely hanging all together(attached by your own method ) or bound @ either the top or bottom.

    thanks for the help

    DPR

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    Re: How do yours hang

    I believe in the soft part topic theres an awnser to this.

    black thread would be accurate, bu a safety pin maybe the best way to go.

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    Re: How do yours hang

    R_boba_fett said:
    a safety pin maybe the best way to go.
    Ive got that part down.........

    Im looking for info on the lower portion of the braids.
    Are they banded together? or do they flow freely under the arm? .

    DPR

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    Re: How do yours hang

    "Short, shrivelled and always to the left" - Jim Carey, Liar, Liar

    Ok seriously... the set that i have (bought in ebay) have a single loop which is connected at the bottom leaving appox. 8 inches of wookiefur hanging. (out of which half is pleated* spelling?)

    I don't know how movie accurate it is but it's good enough for me.

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