How to make a Blythe doll wig?

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Making a Blythe doll wig can be a creative and enjoyable process. Here's a general guide to help you make a Blythe doll wig:

Materials Needed:

  1. Wig Cap: Purchase or make a wig cap that fits the Blythe doll's head. You can find wig caps in various materials, such as nylon or stretchy fabric.

  2. Hair Fiber: Choose the type and color of hair you want for your doll. Doll hair is available in various materials, including synthetic fibers and natural hair. You can find doll hair in craft stores or online.

  3. Needle and Thread: A small needle and thread will be used to sew the hair onto the wig cap.

  4. Scissors: To cut the hair fiber to the desired length.


1. Prepare the Wig Cap:

  • If you're making your wig cap, use a pattern or measurements from the doll's head to cut out the cap from the chosen material.
  • Sew the cap together, leaving an opening for attaching the hair later.

2. Cut the Hair:

  • Cut the doll hair into strands of the desired length. Consider the hairstyle you want to achieve.

3. Sewing the Hair:

  • Start at the bottom edge of the wig cap. Take a strand of hair and fold it in half.
  • Thread the needle and sew through the folded end of the hair, attaching it to the wig cap. This is known as the "fold-over" method.
  • Continue sewing rows of hair from the bottom to the top, ensuring that each row slightly overlaps the previous one.

4. Styling:

  • Once the wig is fully attached, you can style it as desired. Trim the hair to achieve the desired length and shape.

5. Securing the Wig:

  • After styling, you can secure the wig onto the doll's head using clips or glue, depending on your preference.

6. Optional: Add Details:

  • If you want to add details like bangs or different colors, do so after the main wig is attached.

7. Care and Maintenance:

  • Handle the doll wig gently, and avoid pulling on the strands.
  • To maintain the style, you can use a light mist of water and a comb designed for doll hair.

Remember, making a doll wig can take some practice, so don't be discouraged if it doesn't turn out perfect the first time. Enjoy the process and have fun customizing your Blythe doll's look.

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