Complete Sewing Process Of Hair Bundles With Closure

by Caitlin

For females who adore natural hair, bundles with closure seem to be the go-to option. Many people are opting for sewing their bundles with closure, mostly because it is more realistic and also provides people with the satisfaction of natural hair. Do you, on the other hand, find yourself constantly seeking for a solution to stitch in bundles with closure? Then you’ve come to the perfect place. This article will guide you through the sew-in process from beginning to end.

Sewing Process

Well, there’s an easy approach to have the wig look good, which is to use some harmless adhesive to adhere the frontal part to the head, covering the hairline completely. After you’ve set the frontal, apply more bundles to the head and let them join with the frontal.

However, this procedure will work effectively with frontal bundles since a frontal may conceal the hairline well and never allow your natural hair to come out. It can’t easily be applied for bundles with closure.

Instead of using glue, several individuals prefer to stitch in bundles with closure. Preparatory work is the preliminary stage in the stitching process.


You will need the following items written below,

  • A Wig Cap
  • A Stitching Needle
  • A Thread

1. The Wig Cap

You must ensure that the cap you are using is the correct size for the head, not too big or too little. It must be ideal for the head.

2. The Stitching Needle

A curved sewing needle should be used to stitch hair bundles with closure; such a curved needle can fit perfectly for the stitching task. As you stitch it in, it would simply come out.

3. The Thread

Stitching hair bundles with closure must be done with thread that matches the colour of your hair or invisible thread. You cannot design a wig where the thread is visible to others.

Step-by-step instructions on how to stitch bundles with a closure

1. Make your hair braids

 Braid the hair into similar pigtails from the front to the back in the order specified.

2. Insert the chosen thread through the needle’s pinhole

It is suggested that you use two threads and that you just don’t cut it too long because a long thread may affect your stitching. Not really too short, either; a short thread would require frequent threading that will impair your productivity.

3. Stitch wig cap on the head

Put the wig cap on the head, making sure that the braids are fully covered.

The next step is to stitch the wig cap to the braids. When you begin stitching, check the location of the border braids, make a mental note of where they are, and where the stitching should be done.

Stitch the cap on the head in a circular motion until it is completely fixed. After that, you have to begin stitching the closure.

4. Sewing your cap’s frontal or closure

It would be simpler if you selected a lace frontal or closure. You may simply fit it on the head from one ear to another because it is an ear to ear frontal; however, ensure that it covers the hairline effectively. You may stitch the lace frontal in position when you’ve fixed it to the suitable spot on the head. Typically, the frontal would be sewn in from one end, possibly your right or left. You may begin stitching with one side and then stitch a circle from the other side, finishing the stitch. Please keep in mind that you should not stitch your natural hair to the thread.

You may clip the frontal hairs up with something like a rubber band just after it had been stitched, and then you could move on to the following step.

5. Sewing the bundles of human hair

Starting from the backside of your head, you can begin stitching the hair bundles. Stitch the bundles all around the head in a circular pattern till the wig is finished. The sewing process is then completed.

The final part is the hairstyling to achieve the desired look.

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