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Make your own Size 6 Doll Wig ©

Copyright © 2010 Martha Boers, All Rights Reserved 

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Long ago I used to make all my own doll wigs. 

In this tutorial I will share my technique so you can create your own one-of-kind wigs. The instructions in this tutorial are for making a wig using pre-wefted strips of synthetic hair. 

I would buy used wigs (real people size) in secondhand discount stores, and pick them apart with a seam-ripper. For really creative wigs you could also use wefting from colourful Hallowe'en wigs, or even from hair extensions from the dollar store.

I create my wig cap by crocheting with fine baby wool or heavier crochet thread. The instructions in this tutorial will make a size 6 wig cap, and assume you already know how to crochet.

First, we need to crochet the wig cap...

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1. Using fine baby yarn and an appropriate sized crochet hook; chain 6

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2. Make loop, chain 4
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3. First Row: double crochet, chain one, 11 times. Connect at start and crochet 4. (12 spokes in circle)
Chain 4.
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4. Second row: repeat 'double crochet, chain one' pattern, increasing 4 times as shown in illustration (16 spokes in circle). Chain 4.

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5. Third Row: continue with 'double crochet, chain one' pattern increasing twice at opposite sides (18 spokes in circle) Chain 4.

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6. Fourth Row: continue with 'double crochet, chain one' pattern increasing twice again (20 spokes in circle) Chain 4. Crochet two more rows without increasing. Cut thread and work away loose ends.

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6. Gather strips of wefted hair. You will need a total length of 30" for this size 6 wig.

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7. Completed crochet cap on a 'wig stand' made from a wooden egg exactly 6" in circumference.
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8. Using the same colour thread as your wefted hair, start by hand-stitching the bottom row onto the bottom edge of the crochet cap. *Do not cut the wefting when you get all the way around - instead spiral it up to the next row.

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9. Continue sewing the wefted hair onto the crochet cap spiraling upward until you reach the last row.

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10. To make the 'crown' roll the remaining wefted strip into a spiral, hand-stitching it tightly together as you go.

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11. The completed 'crown spiral'
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12. Securely sew the 'crown spiral' onto the bare spot at the top of the wig. It will stick up like a fountain at this point.

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13. Top view of the wig
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14. To flatten crown: wet a soft cloth and place carefully over crown to flatten it. Gently touch the top with a warm iron and hold for a few seconds. *Do not use too hot an iron or the synthetic hair will kink - or melt)

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15. Finished wig with flattened crown.
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Wig on Kaye Wiggs Cinnamon

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