What does turban stitching mean?
Put simply, a stitched turban, or double turban, is a standard turban which has been doubled in width.
This is achieved by cutting the turban in half, and stitching it back together along the longer side. For example, a six by one meter doubled turban would become three by two meters.
This style of turban is very common amongst Punjabi's, and is a growing trend for turban wearing Sikhs around the world. It's usually larger than most Sikh dastaars, but contains fewer wraps around the head.
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