Lei is a polynesian garland.
The first time I got lei'd on was at the Garden Island Airport waiting area (baggage claim) by my friends. Words were not enough how magical it was to wear a lei. The flowers smelt so good and felt so cool around you neck.
Lei is often given or shared during graduation day, birthdays, weddings, and other occassions or if you will be visiting the Hawaiian Islands, you might get lei'd on by your friends.
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Step 1: Gather You Materials
- Fresh Plumeria Flowers
Step 2: Clean Flowers With Water.
Step 3: Thread Needle to Your Desired Length.
- Measure a length around your neck if you wish.
- Start stitching one flower at a time.
- Insert needle to the flower tube facing front. Just following the long line and then do it to the next piece.
- Watch the video to see that action!
Step 4: Keep Stitching Until the Thread If Covered With Flowers.
Leave some thread to tie or close the lei garland.