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Tying a neat, single patti turban?

Discussion in 'Sikh Youth' started by Hackiesacker007, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. Hackiesacker007

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    How do you correct fold (the diaganol fold or poni) for a single patti turban??

    I'd like my turban to be neat and compact - a single(not a double patti), but I can't get the fold right.

    so basically what I do is I just fold it in half and half again( a rectangular sort of fold) and it comes out neat sometimes, sometimes it doesn't - but the shape just doesn't look right.

    I just can't get the single patti fold right - even if I tie it to a door knob, it still doesn't work out right and opens up as I'm tying it.

    the material I use is Rubia - should I be using something else?
     
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