1 : Size
2 :Fabric /Material
Can choose 10% wool/30% wool/100%wool/ TR/ acrylic
As customer request
5 :Mass Order Time
25-35 days（depend on different fabric）
6: embroidered area
7 Sample cost
8 Sample time
Can sewn Custom Logo Label
Boxes/ plastic bags
Shipping by default or as customer request
Ghutra are versatile accessories that can be worn a multitude of ways. Try the traditional tri-fold style,a ghutra headband, a pirate fold, or a Ghutra bracelet. Secure your styles with square knots, or pins when necessary.
How to Make a Traditional Tri-Fold
1: Fold the Ghutra into a triangle. Lay the Ghutra flat on a solid surface (e.g. a tabletop). Smooth out any bunches or wrinkles in the fabric. Bring two opposite corners of the Ghutra together to create a triangle.
2: Position the Ghutra on your head. Smooth your hair back so that it doesn't stick out under the Ghutra or bunch up under it. Pick up the folded Ghutra with the point of the triangle pointing upwards. Place the flat edge of the Ghutra on your forehead, on or near your hairline.
3: Tie the two corners together. Bring the two corners of the Ghutra around your head to meet behind it. Keep the edge of the Ghutra above your ears. Tie the ends together in a square knot.
Make sure that the Ghutra isn't too tight or too loose before securing it.
4: Tuck in the corner point of your Ghutra. Tuck the loose corner of your Ghutra under the knot where you tied it. This will help to keep the Ghutra from blowing up or coming loose. Smooth out any stray hair that might be sticking out