crocheted dreads become weak and are much more high maintenance than any other dreads.every time you push a crochet hook through a dread to pull in 1 loose hair you break dozens maybe even hundreds of other hairs. this slowly weakens the dread, while the broken hairs then find theyre way back out requiring more crochet to pull in the hairs broken by fixing the damage caused by crochetingthis process never endsyear after year you continue dammage and dammage repair till the dreads are so weak they breakthe average crochet dread requirews 5-15 hours work a weekin addition, the dreads get a very woven look this looks very different from thre natural growth so crochetting must continue to keep that uniform woven lookif you crochet in the beginning a few times then stop you can recoverbut continued crocheting will become a lifelong habitits not worth itthe average crochet dreads take more work per week then i put into mine in 20 yearswhy make extra work for yourself?
32 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 12 feet long
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updated by @soaring-eagle: 01/22/20 09:33:16AM