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INTRODUCING MY VERY FIRST CROCHET DREAD LOC TUBE HEADBAND PATTERN


I just love this adorable UNISEX CROCHET DREAD LOC TUBE HEADBAND it’s great for this fall and winter, with a fun stylish look to it….. Put your DreadLocs, SisterLocs, BrothaLocs or Straight Hair up and keep on moving throughout your day or evening. This DREAD LOC TUBE HEADBAND, Anyone can wear this. I cannot emphasize enough how incredibly comfortable it is and I’m quite sure that it will become a favorite of yours just as it is to me.

I guaranteed this Dread Loc Tube Headband will keep you warm this fall and winter, while also allowing your hair to breathe. I designed this Dread Loc Tube Headband to stretch, so it will fit whether you have dread locs or not… long hair or short hair, and the good thing about my dread loc tube headbands is that it will not pull your dreads or hair. 




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