How to Make a Hawaiian-Style Spiral Ribbon Lei | Natasha N | Skillshare

How to Make a Hawaiian-Style Spiral Ribbon Lei

Natasha N, Create the Life of your Dreams

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7 Videos (29m)
    • Intro and Welcome to How to Make a Spiral Ribbon Lei

      1:49
    • Materials for Making a Spiral Ribbon Lei

      5:07
    • How to Stitch the Lei

      7:29
    • Tips and Troubleshooting

      4:39
    • Spiraling and Finishing your Lei

      4:41
    • Optional Simple Bow

      2:59
    • Congrats! You Made a Lei!

      2:10

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Discover an easy way to make a lovely, Hawaiian-style ribbon lei! 

In Hawaii, lei are given for graduations, birthdays, congratulations, or any other time you wish to celebrate or make the recipient feel special. Actually, you don't even really need a reason to wear a lei! Give or wear a lei yourself just to make the day feel a little more special. =)

Traditional lei are made from flowers, leaves, feathers, nuts, and shells, but ribbon lei are also very popular. Ribbon lei do not shed, stain,  have the potential to trigger allergies, or fade with time, so they are a fantastic choice whenever you want to gift a lei.

In this class, you'll learn a simple way to make a beautiful spiral ribbon lei. Even if you've never sewn anything by hand, the simple tricks I show will help you make a lovely spiral ribbon lei!

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Natasha N

Create the Life of your Dreams

Hi, everyone!

I'm Natasha, a weightlifting yoga teacher on a mission to help you live a more creative, conscious life!

My love of teaching and learning runs deep; I have a Masters of the Arts in Teaching, am a registered yoga teacher, and am a certified life coach. I'm honored that you're here and hope you consider enrolling in my class. =)

Please visit my blog, The Artisan Life, for craft tutorials, printables, yoga practices, and more!

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