Braid Pattern Middle Part Sew-In FOR BEGINNERS Tutorial Part 2 of 7

Breanna Rutter


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In this step of the Partial Sewin Leave Out Tutorial, Breanna Rutter will teach you step by step how to braid your hair for your sew in braid pattern. Breanna Rutter has relaxed 4C hair and you can still achieve this braid pattern on stretched natural hair. If you do not know how to cornrow braid your own hair, be sure to purchase the braiding DVD to learn how!


How To Cornrow Braid With & Without Weave DVD


After braiding your braid pattern for the traditional sew in with leave out, you will then learn step by step how to sew on a weaving net. The weaving net protects your hair by stopping frizz from your braids from becoming tangled with the weft of your extensions. Also as you sew on your extensions, the tension is placed on the net instead of your hair. The braiding hair protects your hair by adding strength to weak and/or thin hair and to also prevent your hair from frizzing.


4 Mrs. Rutter’s Bundles Lengths: 26 in, 24 in, 22 in & 20 in
Black Nylon Sewing Thread
Weaving Needles (Curved C-Needle)
Weaving Net
Braiding Hair
Rat Tail Comb
Wide Tooth Comb
Dry Towel
Hair Cutting Scissors
Edge Control (Design Essentials)
Rubber Bands
Hair Holding Spray (Garnier Fructis Style Flexible Control)
Ponytail Holders
Duck Bill Clips
Flat Iron (Nano Titanium Babybliss PRO)
Heat Protectant (Garnier Fructis Marvelous Oil Frizz Defy)
1 inch Curling Wand (HSI Curling Tool)


How To Dye Hair Extensions Black HERE

How To Dye A Lace Closure Black HERE


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Welcome to step number two of the partial sew in hairstyle using Mrs. Rutter's hair extensions from in this step I'm going to be focused on teaching you how to achieve your braid patterns as well as how to someone you weaving net for your style in this step I'm going to be teaching you how to achieve your braid pattern how to ew down your braids and also how to sew on your weaving net so if you already don't know how to cornrow braid your hair I suggest that you visit to purchase the cornrow braiding DVD to learn step-by-step in that DVD you will learn how to cornrow braid with extensions and without extension so now you understand I am going to briefly explain the braid pattern and then show you how to sew down the final braid that I have in the back so as you can see want I am going to be doing is doing the partial sew in on my hair and in order to make sure that your sewin can go into a ponytail you have to leave out your real hair on your entire perimeter of your head so I have a braid here I have a braid here and then I have a braid on the side as well on both sides and also in the very back of my head of the hair that will be left out also where my part will be is right here in the middle so that's where I have my real hair left out as well now with your braids you want to make sure that all of your braids go to the very back of your head so that when you are sewing them down it will be very neat so when you're braiding make sure to have two braids inside you going to braid those going all the way back you going to connect them in the very back then right where your leave out is going to make two braids one of both sides and you are going to braid all the way around your leave out and then make sure those two braids go all the way to the back and connect the rest of your hair as well will be braided straight to the back with a little bit of braiding hair now for every two cornrow braid to connect them to form one so I have about a total of anywhere between about 10 to 14 actual cornrow braids in my hair but in the back it turns out to be about 5 to 7 braids because each two were connected now after you connect the braids make sure to braid past your real hair about 2 to 3 inches so that way you can seal it the with a rubber band just by tying the rubber bands near the ends because when you take them down it will be a lot easier to just cut above the rubber band because that way you know for sure that you braided past your real hair before you did that so now at that point you want to lift the braid up Nestle it in between the two cornrow braids and then sew it down with your needle and thread and then you are going to do this for all of your braids in the back of your head and I'm going to show you how to do it with the last final braids so you can see exactly how that's done after that I am going to show you a 360 spin so that you can see how it looks and then I will show you how to sew on your weaving net so now this point you can see that all of my braids have been lifted and nestled in between two cornrow braids to be sewn down because remember two cornrow braids turn into one you lift that braid and sew it down so now as you can see as well I have one last final braid here and if I lift it up in Nestle it in between two cornrow braids that's exactly where will be stitched now as you can notice me just lifting this braid up it actually extends past my head so that means that if your hair is a lot longer you will simply stitch up as far as you can go fold the braid back down and sew it right on top of where you originally sewn the braid it's very simple just nestle your braid in between two cornrow braids continue to stitch all the way up until you run out of space and then flip it back down and stitch it so if your hair is really long you may need to do this two or three times of your hair short you may not even need to flip it back over but that's how you sew down your braid if your hair is long so now that you have your weaving needle and thread ready I'm gonna show you how to stitch down your braid so simply lift it up make sure you open your two cornrow braids when you make your first stitch go underneath all the braids at the very base that means you are going underneath your two cornrow braids as well is the braid that turned into one so now once you do that you are going to do is pull through grab one of your strings of your weaving thread wrap it around the needle twice and then pull through to create a knot you are going to do this two times at the base and then work your way up your braid also if you happen to go under some neighboring braids its perfectly fine now grab your string wrap it around needle twice and pull through to create your knot this same knotting technique that I'm demonstrating will be used throughout the entire process of sewing down your braids your weaving net and also your extensions so now once you continue stitching you can go underneath all the braids or you can go underneath one cornrow braid and the braid in the middle so now I am just going to go under this cornrow braid here on the side go around the braid that I pulled up through the middle and then continue making my knot now once you are working your way up as you can see you only need to make 1 knot move along but at the base I suggest that you make two knots just to make sure that the braid is secured once you finish sewing down all of your braids this is how your braid pattern should look for your partial sew in hairstyle so now that your braid pattern is complete I'm going to be showing you next how to sew on your weaving net to give your hair the extra protection it needs so here we are at the point where I'm going to be showing you how to sew on your weaving net the purpose of a weaving net is to ensure that when you sewing on your extensions the tension is placed on the net instead of your real hair now the purpose of using braiding hair is to give your hair added strength and also with the weaving that that's going to do the same thing as it offers protection for your hair the less stress or tension or sewing or braiding that you do on your hair the better the health of your hair so the net is doing that for you as well as stopping your hair from becoming tangled by interweaving with the weft of your extensions because it has a barrier because of the net the so when you sewing your weaving net down I suggest that you make sure that when you're laying it on your head it's a long way meaning that the shorts are side and the back is long where most of the net is hanging down this ensures that when you're stitching you barely have any to trim off the sides and you only really trim off the back of the excess net also make sure that when you lay it down that you so right around where you leave out will be so you are going to stitch that all the way down very securely and then you going to make sure to stitch the sides down now when you're stitching down your sides all the way going towards the back you want to do so by going back and forth interchangeably that means that you are going to start you on the left side you going to so to get about to your ear and then you going to stop let the needle hang so then you going to start here on your side again sew all the way to your ear and then stop and let that needle hang so then that way you can apply the same tension going back and forth to make sure that your covering all of the area of your head and net isn’t shifting when you're sewing down make sure they are also stretching the net with each stitch so stretch with your hand make a stitch and then stretch with your hand again working your way more and more down to the back so that way the net is evenly stretched across and its flat to your head without any bumps or weird movement in the net itself so now to begin I am going to do exactly what I've taught you and make sure that you follow the steps in detail to sew down your net once you finish selling down your net just trim off the excess netting with your hair cutting scissors so now with your weaving net placed on your head go ahead and begin stitching right at the beginning of your braid and use your fingers as you see here to keep the net from shifting so to start you want to go through your net underneath your braid and back out through the net and then create your knot so you take one of your strings and you going to wrap around the needle twice and pull through so make your stitch again in that same spot grab your string wrap it around the needle twice and pull through now that you have secured with your two stitches at the beginning of your braid continue stitching around the braids surrounding your leave out so far with the progress that I've made I've stitched around my entire leave out area where the leave out is at the top and now I've also sewn down the left side to my ear and I stopped with the needle and thread intact now I am going to go over to my right side I am going to begin stitching on this braid here and then I am going to stitch going all the way down to my ear now as you ae stitching make sure that you are keeping the net stretched throughout the process so with each stitch you are stretching, stretching, stretching and is making a contour to your head because you want it to be very flat so now I'm going to begin stitching here and then I'm going to finish this down to my ear once I get there I'm going to going to go on the left side to keep working my way back and forth until I finish sewing down the very back of my head so once you finish sewing down your weaving net and you have trimmed off all the excess netting this is how your finished base should look right before sewing in your extensions so now that your braid pattern base is complete in the very next step, step number three I'm going to be teaching you step-by-step how to sew in your Mrs. Rutter's hair extensions for your partial sew in hairstyle


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