Section Sizing Chart

The figures in this chart are based on an AVERAGE thickness hair. Thinner hair will have small sized dreadlocks than given with the corrolating section size. Likewise, thicker hair will have larger-sized dreadlocks than given for the corrolating section size. … Continue reading

Grab n’ Go Sectioning

We have done the ‘grab-n-go’ sectioning for a few people who requested it because they were looking for something that looked a little more ‘organic’ and ‘freeform’ without actually being that way. It is exactly what it sounds like — grabbing a … Continue reading

Triangle Pattern

THE TRIANGLE PATTERN The triangle pattern  generally gives better scalp coverage than the grid pattern and the brick-lay pattern, but a bit less coverage than the fan pattern. The long/bottom edge of each triangle lines up with an inverted triangle … Continue reading

Fan Pattern

FAN PATTERN  The fan pattern is, in our opinion, the best in that it allows for the least operator error. Due to the way each subsequent row falls between the one beneath it like fish scales makes for a highly … Continue reading

Brick Lay Pattern

BRICK-LAY PATTERN  The brick-lay pattern, as far scalp coverage is concern, takes a huge leap ahead of the grid pattern. In this pattern the square sections are staggered, like the bricks in a brick wall (thus the name) so that … Continue reading

Grid Pattern*

GRID PATTERN* Grid sectioning, despite being the pattern shown on one of the more popular dreadlock sites on the web, is generally speaking NOT the best choice. Although this method does allow for easy maintenance, the aesthetic result of this … Continue reading