The Wrapunzel Girl with a Pearl Earring Tribute & Tutorial ~ with Pearl D. herself!

Oh oh oh “Why hasn’t this been done before?!”  You may ask.  I think I have a feeling why; it’s because we were waiting for Pearl to help us make Vermeer’s painting come to life.


There is so much to say about Pearl, but just like her beautiful tutorial, less is more.  She truly and deeply believes in the importance of hair covering.  She is a bat melech, a woman that knows that she is the daughter of a force that is infinitely beautiful.  She has taken responsibility for that beauty and how she shares it with the world around her.  She is not only beautiful on the outside, but has a neshama (soul) to match.  Her journey towards being the Torah observant Jewish woman that she is today was not easy, but she speaks about it with clarity and joy.  I have only spoken to her briefly, and already, I can’t wait to hear more.

To make this tutorial, she did a lot of research.  She not only shows us how to do it on herself, but on a friend as well.  May this tutorial bring you as much happiness as it has brought me!

And of course, we must give kavod to Wrapunzelista Extraordinaire Heather for this tutorial that she did of the Girl with a Pearl Earring wrap last year!

4 thoughts on “The Wrapunzel Girl with a Pearl Earring Tribute & Tutorial ~ with Pearl D. herself!

  1. Jocelyn

    This is really lovely and you explained it really well, Pearl. If I may, however, add just one little comment. Instead of tieing the second scarf in the back, if it isn’t too slippery I would tuck to give a smoother look in the back. I personally don’t like all kinds of knots showing in the back so I tend to tuck as much as I can. This is as far from a criticism as you can get, just my own observation. Thank you so much for generously sharing your wrap with us.
    Shabbat Shalom


  2. Kimberly

    Pearl, this is an elegant wrap and I was just thinking how much I like the texture of all the knots! It’s so beautiful how every woman wears her wrap in her own way 🙂 Also, your voice is so lovely and gentle – if you ever decide to record lullabies, I will be first in line to listen!

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  3. This tutorial is really special! The wrap that Pearl creates is so beautiful and I was so struck by the quiet gentleness and beautiful accent that Pearl has. Just WOW! thank you for sharing.


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