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Synonyms for plait

a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair

any of various types of fold formed by doubling fabric back upon itself and then pressing or stitching into shape

make by braiding or interlacing

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weave into plaits

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'Lecturers were always complimenting me for my tight stitches which made my plaiting last longer,' she added.
The precision plaiting machine was highlighted for making double folding precision plaits, where the fabric is folded for each meter.
Pro tips on creating the best braid at home also include plaiting hair before you go to bed so you can wake up to a stylish messy look, styling on wavy or curly hair and even using extensions to add length to your plait.
There will be master classes by the craftsmen, such as floor mat plaiting, plaiting of caddice for kerege, embroidery of quilted felt, embroidery, rope spinning, thread twisting, carpet weaving, silver threads, whip weaving, throwing wheel; besides, national way of life, traditions and customs of the Kazakhs will be shown.
Start plaiting the stems tightly then after about 1-2cm of plait, add another bulb, plaiting its stem in with one of the existing stems.
And for a smouldering evening look, sweep things to one side, keeping the front loose and plaiting the ends of your hair, just like you did at school.
That sequence was later broken when the preparation of New York Lights went unrewarded, but the filly's temperament prevented her from benefiting from the plaiting which is the secret of Marelli's success.
Step 1: Best achieved on a smooth finish, so spray the hair with an anti-humidity spray and then run through with a sun protection serum before plaiting.
HOW TO DO: Best achieved on a smooth finish, spray the hair with an anti-humidity spray and then run through with a sun protection serum before plaiting.
While acknowledging the continuity of the technology associated with Maori weaving and plaiting brought to Aotearoa by Maori ancestors, this volume celebrates innovation and the development of weaving and plaiting as modern art forms.