Ok.. I saw a few questions you had in chat.. Yes, there is some leeway for the thickness.. But it really all depends on how thick you want them.. Of course, the thicker they are, the longer they are going to take to dry..... All water has a certain amount of "hardness"... true water hardness deals with how much ppm there is... If I am correct, ppm means parts per million.. So to put it simple, if there was 20 ppm of calcium in water, this would mean that for every liter(33.8 ounces) of water, there is 20 mg of calcium in it.. Generally speaking, softer water will have 180 or below ppm, while some truly hard water may have around 300+ (at least in my experience)... Of course ppm doesn't measure just calcium, but all types of particles within the water... You would have to check a water hardness map to find out where it ranks your water hardness..
crochet also goes against the very reasons rastas dread
welcome but never ever crochet your dreads! its 1 of the worse things u can do
its the polar oposite to natural
its opure destruction