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How to Make a Tiki Tiki Hat

The new year will be a special one for the Afro-Caribbean craft industry, as AfroCrafts will debut their first in-store sale of tiki tiki hats at the end of January, in a new series.

The Afrocrafts tiki hat is a very small, very affordable piece that will fit comfortably on any head.

It is made with 100% cotton and uses a black polyester fabric, which will give it a more traditional look.

The hat can also be made with a contrasting red, yellow or black, and the hats can be worn with any shirt, with the exception of the shirts of the Afros.

A lot of tikis were made in the Afropigas tiki days, and this year they will be making their first tiki version.

The tiki afro hat is designed to be worn in an AfroCaribbeans traditional dress.

The design includes a white and red ribbon, and a traditional afro knot, which the hat can be tied around the neck, like a traditional tiki knot.

The hat will also be available in a small version, and will be available at the shop for $30, while the large one will cost $60.

The hats will be made in a special way, as the hat will be handcrafted and will require some hand sewing.

The traditional AfroPigas style of making a tiki is not an easy thing to do.

The Afro Crafts tikich hat is made to be a small and easy item to put on.

The fabric used is the same cotton as the one used to make the traditional afros.

There is a traditional Afros design on the inside, and there are buttons and buttons.

This afro style of ticha is popular among AfroCubans, and it is also used by the Afronauts and the Afrodans.

There are also Afro crafts that are more traditional and have a lot of tradition, like the Afromancas, and AfroGustavs.

These are made with traditional fabrics and are much more expensive than the tiki-hat, and are usually made with cotton and wool.

The tiki crafts afro-caribbean hat will go on sale at the Afrino’s House of Tiki in the downtown area of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on January 31, at 8 p.m.


The shop is located at 1335 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.

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