Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Woven Piggies

Here's another cute weaving style.

Make some pigtails, leaving out 2 rectangular boxes, one on each side of the part at the crown ..............

Make some sections in the box on one side of the part. Twist them and add them to the pig on the other side.
Do the same thing in the other box. This time weave the sections through the first twists on your way over to the other pig.
Make some messy piggies and you're done!

This took about 20 minutes.

51 comments:

  1. Super cute. I'm definitely doing this one!

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  2. Adorable! We got so many compliments on the heart hair do. We will be trying this one as well. Thanks for another great hair do!!

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  3. aww! that is such a cute style!

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  4. that is so cute! I wish I had girls!

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  5. Love that idea!! Very cute :) Thanks for sharing it.

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  6. This is so cute! What a great idea!

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  7. I have to laugh really hard about this. I was at a whole different sight I started following recently- not hair related at all and they posted about this hair do. I thought I had missed it from your site. Turns out she whipped this one right out and posted how cute she thought it was right away--- I didn't miss a thing! You have fans eagerly awaiting more from you! And quick to publish the results. GO YOU!!!

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  8. I just have to tell you how much I love your blog. I am trying to be patient as I wait for my daughter's hair to get long enough to do the beautiful weaving you do! Also, I love the heart. I do a french braid in a heart and sometimes it's just too much, so I love the idea of just doing the elastics, so cute and a better overall shape, too. Do you have one with ribbon in it? I would really like to practice that for Valentine's Day. Thanks!

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  9. Camille, How funny that you would ask about the ribbon. I actually have one with ribbon I plan on posting at some point. I also have one with french braids, probably similar to yours. You'll have to let me know if you do it the same way (after I post it.) And, I agree-sometimes those braids can take forever!

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  10. Wonderful! I love it. Thanks for all the great ideas.

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  11. i tried this one on my dd's hair yesterday, and it was SO cute!

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  12. this is so neat. book marking your site for some funky funk! Does your daughter freak out when your doing her hair. mine does :(

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  13. I just wanted to let you know I tried this on my dd for church today and it turned out darling. I can't wait to go show it off. Thanks so much for sharing your talents!!

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  14. Thanks everyone for your nice comments!
    Hipmom-my daughter is acutally more patient than I am. She will sit still forever! I'm usually the one who ends up throwing a tantrum once in awhile.

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  15. That is SOOOOOOOOO cute!! I need a girl.... NOW!!!

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  16. So cute!! I tried "my version" of your woven piggies today. I couldn't figure out how to keep all the twists twisted tight, so I did tiny braids instead. Thanks for doing these - I love it all!!!

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  17. Here you can check it out!

    http://jasonandaleciasilva.blogspot.com/2008/09/girly-hairtake-2.html

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  18. I just found your site, which was linked to another "hair" site. This is my new favorite hairdo, and I can't wait to try it on someone with enough hair. =) Thanks!!

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  19. That is really creative.
    I'm going to give it a try!
    Thanks for sharing and for the awesome pics (those help!).

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  20. man oh MAN - that is one impressive hairstyle! Way to go!
    Cree

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  21. This makes me want a little girl. :) I have three boys with another on the way, so I don't see me doing this anytime soon. This is VERY cute.

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  22. I am so excited to find your blog! I have two little girls and I am obsessed with finding new and fun ways to fix their hair!! I'm gonna try this one tomorrow. I hope you don't mind me adding you to my link list. That way, I can check in on more cute ideas!! Thanks!!

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  23. Amy, I don't mind at all! Link away.

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  24. SO CUTE!!!! I am going to try this tomorrow!

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  25. Thanks! I haven't done my daughter's hair daily in years. After listening to me go on and on for 2 days, she relented and let me do her hair today...I didn't do the messy buns, her hair is thick and past her waist. I think my twists are a little too fat, but it works :) We're redoing it tomrrow and then curling the piggies :) Thanks again!!
    http://harlow727.livejournal.com/234277.html?view=280869#t280869

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  26. What an awesome blog!!!! Gotta ad you to my faves. I've never seen anything like this and will have to try it on my daughter.

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  27. I did this on my daughters hair today and it was so cute! Thank you for sharing this idea!!!
    It really was fun to do! :D
    You're so talented, thanks for sharing your TALENTS!

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  28. I am new to this blog. I was referred here by a woman from church. I loved her daughters' hair dos and she told me she gets a lot of ideas from you. When I saw this do on the home page, I had to try it. It is so cute and really pretty easy. Thanks and keep up the good work. I saw that you may quit doing this because of school starting. Since I am new, I def wouldn't mind seeing your old stuff. I also like that you posted a quick 5 min do. I know I need quick ideas for when I am in a rush. Please don't stop. Thanks again.

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  29. insted of twists do tiny braids it looks really cute

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  30. When working with so many twiisties..how in the world do you manage them and keep them tight AND then put them in a piggy without them unraveling. Need a video I guess...must see to get the jist of it. Please.... pretty please.

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  31. Oh what a nice hairstyle has this woman even if it takes for a long time to make all this hair. I really like all images it makes her feel as a princess.

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  32. This hairstyle is so cute. I'm trying is on my step daughter for her 7th birthday. I love you site because I've never had to do a little girl's hair so I had no idea or for to do cute hairstyles

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  33. This is my fav... I was on youtube and I seen the picture on a slide show but not the tutorial thank you for putting up the pictures I am going to do this for my daughters school pictures I think.

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  34. oh my goodness these hair styles are great! my daughter needs a good hairstyle because she jsut got into this new catholic school where most of the other girls are hip and trendy.

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  35. I just did this on my girlie's hair this morning. It turned out great and her smile upon seeing it was all worth it. Thanks! :)

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  36. i did this one this morning and im betting she will get alot of comments at school. since i started following your site my girl has become the envy of many mothers who say that they just can believe how cute these styles are

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  37. How did you weave the piggies through without them unraveling?

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  38. I do these in my own hair to school. All of my BFFs are always amazed and i tell them that this is where I get them from.

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  39. I was looking for this hairstyle 'cause it was everywhere! This is like a dream come true. if only there was a video. Then I can under stand it a tiny bit better. I even did it in my cousins hair. she looked so adorable.

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  40. Hey i am 11 years old and love doing hair! this website WOWS me!! I have just done this hairstyle in my prof essional training head dolls hair and it looks stunning! thanks for the idea xx

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  41. To cute!!!!!!!!
    I am 12 and I have 4 sisters,this website is perfect and they are all so easy and cute!!!!

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  42. I like this page but my daughters biracial and has very curly hair there's not alot of hair styles here I can use on her

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  43. that is awesome! I'm definitely doing that on my sisters hair. so cute.

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  44. I just did this on my 5 1/2 year old daughter this morning and it came out super cute. She was very patient as it took me some time, but hopefully next time will be quicker! I also braided the sections instead of twisting them. I think I spent the most time sectioning out the hair! Thank you for the great tutorial. Anne

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  45. I did it with my hair and it looks soo adorable and im 11 almost 12 and my hair is super long at i just measured and its 3 feet and 11inches so its really long

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  46. not to be a rude inspector but that hairstyle I don't like! <3

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