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Doll Hair and Wigging Subscription Tutorial Complete How to Make Wigs and Hair for Dolls of any Size

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In this PDF format tutorial, I show you how to make your own doll wigs and hair. Whether you collect dolls or make dolls, you will be able to make wigs for dolls of all types and sizes!

Language: English -- it is free to translate the files into any language using Google's translation tool

I will show you wig making, how to apply hair directly to dolls, how to root hair and more. Projects and lessons are designed to include dolls of ALL types and sizes including artist dolls, cloth dolls, folk dolls, realistic dolls, Blythe, fashion dolls, Ball Jointed dolls (BJD), American Girls, antique/vintage dolls, dollhouse miniature dolls and more!

Each lesson will guide you step by step with resources, projects and complete information for doll hair wigging and application methods of all kinds for dolls in multiple scales from the smallest dollhouse miniature doll to 18” American Girl style dolls and larger.

There are 10 complete lessons with a total tutorial size of 333 Pages with 591 original Images. Here is a bit more info about each lesson...

Lesson 1- What is Doll Hair Made of? A complete guide to the fibers used in doll hair and wigging. Lesson is 33 pages in length and contains 32 images.

Lesson 2- The Foundations of Wig Making: Wigging Foundations and Head Forms. Includes information on carving and sizing head forms and additional information on creating three different types of wig foundations: circumference band, one piece (glue) and pieced foundations. Lesson is 47 pages in length and contains 98 images.

Lesson 3- Wefted Wigs, The Basics: Wig Making Part A. Includes information on preparing the foundation, making your own wefts, creating a practice wig using piece wefting (machine sewn), spiral wefted wig using glue, and spiral wefted wig, hand-sewn version. Lesson is 61 pages in length and contains 109 images.

Lesson 4- Dyeing and Altering Fibers: A guide to manipulating & dyeing fibers of all types. Covers the use of Fiber-Reactive, Acid and Disperse dyes for Protein, Acrylic and Cellulose fibers. Lesson is 33 pages in length and contains 45 images.

Lesson 5- Knotted and Rooted Wigs: Wig Making Part B—Includes tips and techniques to make your own knotted style wigs and how to sew wigs with rooted fibers like Tibetan Lambskin. Lesson is 24 pages and contains 49 images.

Lesson 6- Direct Fiber Application Methods—learn different glues and application techniques you can use to affix hair permanently. Lesson is 33 pages and contains 68 images.

Lesson 7- Rooting & Rerooting – Different methods to root or reroot doll hair. Also contains several recommended links for different rooting resources. Methods Lesson is 25 pages and contains 47 images.

Lesson 8- Styling & Restoring Hair: Includes how to curl and shape different types of hair fibers. Lesson is 21 pages and contains 41 images.

Lesson 9- Fabric, Sewn & Felted Hair Methods: Lesson is 23 pages and contains 45 images.

Lesson 10- Sculpted, Artistic Hair & Advanced Styles Lesson is 27 pages and contains 57 images.



FAQs:
Can I sell the wigs and/or doll hair I make?
- Yes! You can make a profit off the products and skills you develop in this workshop! As for the tutorial itself, here is the copyright information: All rights reserved. No part of this tutorial may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise without prior written permission of Jessica Hamilton.

How can I know this workshop will be awesome?
I want you to be completely satisfied with your tutorial. I am always willing to provide additional information to help you decide whether the tutorial is right for your needs. Contact me any time to discuss this tutorial in further detail or to talk about your project needs :]. Jessica [!at] dollproject.com (Or use the 'contact' link at the end of this description).

All Doll Project tutorials are 100% developed by me, Jessica Hamilton. I have been teaching art workshops at national and private retreats for the last 8 years—I even taught on an episode of HGTV/DIY’s” Craft Lab.” I have a Bachelor of Science in Fine Art and a Master’s in Technical Writing—I love to research, experiment and share information!!

Here are some nice things clients have said about my PDF workshops:

“I would like to thank you for an excellent project. There is so much detail, real step by step process and enough info to make a wonderful [project]. I have now read through the whole thing and can't wait to start.”

“The "booklets" are fantastic. Well written and the pictures are a real help and not the typical "fluff" people seem to feel the need to stuff in their directions.”

“Hi Jessica, your instructions are well written and quite easy to follow.. I am happy w my purchase.”

“I just finally finished [printing] the class tutorial. WOW what a ton of work you do on this class. Just wanted you to know how appreciated it is. And I love the fact that my next [project] will be so much better because of it.”

“This workshop has been one of the best I've taken… Jessica is a fantastic teacher and the project is so much fun.”

See my etsy feedback for more customer testimonials!



Check out the last picture in this listing--this is what my studio looked like after completing Lesson 1 for you--I do all the research and all the trial and error so you can get straight to the time saving results and the fun projects :]. Let's go!

Still not convinced? Send me a convo and I will send you the first lesson, a complete guide to the fibers used in doll hair, for free!

Thank you for visiting Doll Project Art by Jessica Hamilton on etsy! :]
dollproject.etsy.com
In this PDF format tutorial, I show you how to make your own doll wigs and hair. Whether you collect dolls or make dolls, you will be able to make wigs for dolls of all types and sizes!

Language: English -- it is free to translate the files into any language using Google's translation tool

I will show you wig making, how to apply hair directly to dolls, how to root hair and more. Projects and lessons are designed to include dolls of ALL types and sizes including artist dolls, cloth dolls, folk dolls, realistic dolls, Blythe, fashion dolls, Ball Jointed dolls (BJD), American Girls, antique/vintage dolls, dollhouse miniature dolls and more!

Each lesson will guide you step by step with resources, projects and complete information for doll hair wigging and application methods of all kinds for dolls in multiple scales from the smallest dollhouse miniature doll to 18” American Girl style dolls and larger.

There are 10 complete lessons with a total tutorial size of 333 Pages with 591 original Images. Here is a bit more info about each lesson...

Lesson 1- What is Doll Hair Made of? A complete guide to the fibers used in doll hair and wigging. Lesson is 33 pages in length and contains 32 images.

Lesson 2- The Foundations of Wig Making: Wigging Foundations and Head Forms. Includes information on carving and sizing head forms and additional information on creating three different types of wig foundations: circumference band, one piece (glue) and pieced foundations. Lesson is 47 pages in length and contains 98 images.

Lesson 3- Wefted Wigs, The Basics: Wig Making Part A. Includes information on preparing the foundation, making your own wefts, creating a practice wig using piece wefting (machine sewn), spiral wefted wig using glue, and spiral wefted wig, hand-sewn version. Lesson is 61 pages in length and contains 109 images.

Lesson 4- Dyeing and Altering Fibers: A guide to manipulating & dyeing fibers of all types. Covers the use of Fiber-Reactive, Acid and Disperse dyes for Protein, Acrylic and Cellulose fibers. Lesson is 33 pages in length and contains 45 images.

Lesson 5- Knotted and Rooted Wigs: Wig Making Part B—Includes tips and techniques to make your own knotted style wigs and how to sew wigs with rooted fibers like Tibetan Lambskin. Lesson is 24 pages and contains 49 images.

Lesson 6- Direct Fiber Application Methods—learn different glues and application techniques you can use to affix hair permanently. Lesson is 33 pages and contains 68 images.

Lesson 7- Rooting & Rerooting – Different methods to root or reroot doll hair. Also contains several recommended links for different rooting resources. Methods Lesson is 25 pages and contains 47 images.

Lesson 8- Styling & Restoring Hair: Includes how to curl and shape different types of hair fibers. Lesson is 21 pages and contains 41 images.

Lesson 9- Fabric, Sewn & Felted Hair Methods: Lesson is 23 pages and contains 45 images.

Lesson 10- Sculpted, Artistic Hair & Advanced Styles Lesson is 27 pages and contains 57 images.



FAQs:
Can I sell the wigs and/or doll hair I make?
- Yes! You can make a profit off the products and skills you develop in this workshop! As for the tutorial itself, here is the copyright information: All rights reserved. No part of this tutorial may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise without prior written permission of Jessica Hamilton.

How can I know this workshop will be awesome?
I want you to be completely satisfied with your tutorial. I am always willing to provide additional information to help you decide whether the tutorial is right for your needs. Contact me any time to discuss this tutorial in further detail or to talk about your project needs :]. Jessica [!at] dollproject.com (Or use the 'contact' link at the end of this description).

All Doll Project tutorials are 100% developed by me, Jessica Hamilton. I have been teaching art workshops at national and private retreats for the last 8 years—I even taught on an episode of HGTV/DIY’s” Craft Lab.” I have a Bachelor of Science in Fine Art and a Master’s in Technical Writing—I love to research, experiment and share information!!

Here are some nice things clients have said about my PDF workshops:

“I would like to thank you for an excellent project. There is so much detail, real step by step process and enough info to make a wonderful [project]. I have now read through the whole thing and can't wait to start.”

“The "booklets" are fantastic. Well written and the pictures are a real help and not the typical "fluff" people seem to feel the need to stuff in their directions.”

“Hi Jessica, your instructions are well written and quite easy to follow.. I am happy w my purchase.”

“I just finally finished [printing] the class tutorial. WOW what a ton of work you do on this class. Just wanted you to know how appreciated it is. And I love the fact that my next [project] will be so much better because of it.”

“This workshop has been one of the best I've taken… Jessica is a fantastic teacher and the project is so much fun.”

See my etsy feedback for more customer testimonials!



Check out the last picture in this listing--this is what my studio looked like after completing Lesson 1 for you--I do all the research and all the trial and error so you can get straight to the time saving results and the fun projects :]. Let's go!

Still not convinced? Send me a convo and I will send you the first lesson, a complete guide to the fibers used in doll hair, for free!

Thank you for visiting Doll Project Art by Jessica Hamilton on etsy! :]
dollproject.etsy.com

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Can I sell the items I make using Doll Project Tutorials, Kits and Patterns?
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What about Copyright for the tutorials?
All rights reserved. No part of Doll Project tutorials may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise without prior written permission of Jessica Hamilton. All patterns are original designs created by Jessica Hamilton.

How do I access your Online Tutorial?
Doll Project tutorial files are sent as PDF files in email attachments mailed to you within 24 hours of purchase (See Shipping Policy). Save the files to your computer so that you can open them anytime whether you are online or note. To open the PDF files, you will need free Adobe reader, available here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ You can also save the PDF files to your smart phone or tablet. Many people choose to print the tutorials and save them in binders. You can print as little or as much of the tutorial as you desire.

I lost the tutorial I purchased. What can I do?
Contact me through Etsy convos with the username you used for the purchase. I can re-email the files to you, no problem :].

How can I know this tutorial will be awesome?
These tutorials and kits are 100% developed by me, Jessica Hamilton. I have been teaching art workshops at national and private retreats for the last 7 years—I even shared my doll making on an episode of DIY’s” Craft Lab.” I have a BS in Fine Art and a Master’s in Technical Writing—I love experimenting and creating new doll projects and I love to share them with others!

Here are some nice things clients have said about my PDF tutorials:

“I would like to thank you for an excellent project. There is so much detail, real step by step process and enough info to make a wonderful [project]. I have now read through the whole thing and can't wait to start.”

“The "booklets" are fantastic. Well written and the pictures are a real help and not the typical "fluff" people seem to feel the need to stuff in their directions.”

“Hi Jessica, your instructions are well written and quite easy to follow.. I am happy w my purchase.”

“I just finally finished [printing] the class tutorial. WOW what a ton of work you do on this class. Just wanted you to know how appreciated it is. And I love the fact that my next [project] will be so much better because of it.”

“This workshop has been one of the best I've taken… Jessica is a fantastic teacher and the project is so much fun.”

See more great feedback here on etsy:
http://www.etsy.com/people/dollproject/feedback?ref=ls_feedback

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Want more doll projects? Join over 1,000 doll enthusiasts in more than 33 countries. Subscribe to my free monthly Doll Projects newsletter at http://dollproject.com
Some Frequently Asked Questions for Doll Project Patterns & Tutorials

Can I sell the items I make using Doll Project Tutorials, Kits and Patterns?
Yes, you may sell the projects created using my tutorials and patterns without restriction as long as it is you making the product (not a factory).

What about Copyright for the tutorials?
All rights reserved. No part of Doll Project tutorials may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise without prior written permission of Jessica Hamilton. All patterns are original designs created by Jessica Hamilton.

How do I access your Online Tutorial?
Doll Project tutorial files are sent as PDF files in email attachments mailed to you within 24 hours of purchase (See Shipping Policy). Save the files to your computer so that you can open them anytime whether you are online or note. To open the PDF files, you will need free Adobe reader, available here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ You can also save the PDF files to your smart phone or tablet. Many people choose to print the tutorials and save them in binders. You can print as little or as much of the tutorial as you desire.

I lost the tutorial I purchased. What can I do?
Contact me through Etsy convos with the username you used for the purchase. I can re-email the files to you, no problem :].

How can I know this tutorial will be awesome?
These tutorials and kits are 100% developed by me, Jessica Hamilton. I have been teaching art workshops at national and private retreats for the last 7 years—I even shared my doll making on an episode of DIY’s” Craft Lab.” I have a BS in Fine Art and a Master’s in Technical Writing—I love experimenting and creating new doll projects and I love to share them with others!

Here are some nice things clients have said about my PDF tutorials:

“I would like to thank you for an excellent project. There is so much detail, real step by step process and enough info to make a wonderful [project]. I have now read through the whole thing and can't wait to start.”

“The "booklets" are fantastic. Well written and the pictures are a real help and not the typical "fluff" people seem to feel the need to stuff in their directions.”

“Hi Jessica, your instructions are well written and quite easy to follow.. I am happy w my purchase.”

“I just finally finished [printing] the class tutorial. WOW what a ton of work you do on this class. Just wanted you to know how appreciated it is. And I love the fact that my next [project] will be so much better because of it.”

“This workshop has been one of the best I've taken… Jessica is a fantastic teacher and the project is so much fun.”

See more great feedback here on etsy:
http://www.etsy.com/people/dollproject/feedback?ref=ls_feedback

______________________________________________________________________
Want more doll projects? Join over 1,000 doll enthusiasts in more than 33 countries. Subscribe to my free monthly Doll Projects newsletter at http://dollproject.com

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