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4. Begin stuffing your tracing. You can use pieces of torn paper towel, newspaper, or tissue to fill in the shape. Another frequently used stuffing material is Easter grass, the Chapter 3 w Taking Accurate Measurements 45 shiny plastic strips used in Easter baskets. We like to begin with pieces of tissue. Use the end of a rat-tail comb to gently push the pieces of stuffing into place. Use enough stuffing so that the tracing is full. You do not need to stuff it so full that it is bursting. Figure 3-25 Stuffing the head tracing.
Chapter 2 w Wig-Making Basics: Learning to Ventilate 31 Figure 2-46 A drawing card containing multiple shades of hair colors, all to be used on one wig. Figure 2-43 Pull the knot open with your ventilating hook. Figure 2-44 Untying a knot using tweezers. tweezers to gently pull the knot apart (Figure 2-44). Use slant=tipped tweezers. Whatever way you do this will require patience and a gentle hand. If the knot is untied improperly, you could also grab a piece of the lace and tear it. It takes more time to untie a knot than it does to tie it.
To sew with invisible thread: 1. Pin the pleat or lace you are sewing together in place. 2. Hold the invisible thread in the same hand that you hold the hair with when you are ventilating. Fold over the top inch or two to make your loop and turn around (Figure 2-48). 3. Insert your ventilating hook so that you catch both the edge of the pleat and the lace you are sewing it to (Figure 2-49). 4. Bring the thread to the hook and catch the thread with the barb on the end of the needle (Figure 2-50).