Yarn braids are so fun and colorful – perfect for summer and festivals! 😀 And they’re easy to make. In this tutorial I show you how.
Yarn braids remind me of holi hair or hair colored with hair chalks! 😀
- colorful yarn
- colorful hair elastics
- hairpins or bobby pins
Tie the yarn around small strands of hair. Using a scissor, trim the yarn to the same length as the hair.
Now braid the hair into four or more braids.
Coil the braids into a messy braided bun.
Secure the braided updo with hairpins or bobby pins.
Here you’ll find the tutorial for another braided updo.
If you liked the tutorial, please share it on social media! Thank you! 😀
37 thoughts on “Tutorial: Boho Braided Updo With Yarn”
That is super cute. It is a really fun way to add a bit of color and pop.
Thanks, Elise! 😀
What a fun summer hair idea! I love the multi-colors and how easy it is to do. Thanks for the awesome tutorial!
Thanks for stopping by, Marie! 😀
That braid is awesome!
I have a teen-aged daughter who’s going to love this! I’m excited to have discovered your blog through the Encouraging Hearts & Home blog hop.
Thanks, Linda! I’m glad you like it here. 🙂
How pretty! Thank you for the tutorial! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
You’re welcome! 🙂
That is such a cool look. If I was 10 years younger, I’d be all about these braids. 😉 Pinning. Thanks for sharing at To Grandmas House We Go Link Party.
Thanks for pinning, Stephanie! 🙂
Such a fun idea. Perfect for festivals this summer!
Love your braided hair and the yarn is a fun idea! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!
Thank you, Cecilia!
This braided up do is perfect for summer festivals. It has flare. It does look like hair chalk but so much less mess.
Beautiful hair do.
So cute! My youngest daughter would love this. I have to show her. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
Thanks, Jann! 🙂 Let me know how she likes it!
Cute way to get a boho look. Thanks for sharing this at the Inspiration Spotlight party.
What a fun braid option. I am always doing my daughter’s hair in braids. I’ll have to share this idea with her.
Thanks, Mary! 🙂 Let me know how she likes it!
Such a pretty and fun idea. I saw this the other day on your instagram and thought then what a lovely, inexpensive idea it was.
Thanks for your lovely comment, Julie! 🙂
I have a huge yarn stash and daughters! I’ll be trying this!
Thanks for stopping by, Trudy! 🙂
What a cute and fun idea for big and little girls. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best.
Thank you, Rhonda!
Very effective, and looks relatively easy to do, Lina. I’m guessing you could substitute ribbons for the yarn. Featured today…
Thanks for featuring me! 😀
So beautiful! A great way to get those boho vibe and add color! Thanks for the tutorial!
Thanks so much, Maureen! 🙂