Sounds like you need a stronger needle Maruri (I never tried it, yet but thats what I read in Ks description.)
would using something like a satin for this work? i have a lot of that laying around and i dont want to go buy tulle. or would that make it too thick?
Just cut into the skin top / elastics and sew them back together^^
reference drawing i made of said wig
here off a cosplayer http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs51/i/2009/334/f/7/Cosplay__Lussuria____again__by_Mary__Sue.jpg
, i really didnt like the base material (yellow rubber?)
i was planning on making the base wig blond , he just got one long side bang wich needs to be green, i am a real noob when it comes to this.
so here another question (hope you dont mind?)
how do i go about cutting and sewing the wigs?
dont know ive you already got a tutorial for that.
What you described sounds like you'd be better off cutting up three wigs and sewing them together. Wefts are good if you want to add fiber to a base wig (thicken it up or add highlights, for example), but not for replacing a whole section of the wig. Unless maybe you sew the wefts to sturdy tulle or felt. (A forum search for widow's peak or Axel wig should give you some ideas on ways to add on to a base wig.)
can this technic also be used to add different colors in a base wig?
trying to find the best way to go about doing this wig
the base wig is blond short , while in the middle i got a red mohawk going on ..
and on the right a bit long green said bangs.
all help would be greatly appreciated! ^^'
I"m sorry, you said place the tulle IN the sewing machine. I'm not sure what that means. Does that mean you just place it on top of where the needle goes down (I'm not very experienced so I'm not very good with terminology) and the cloth rests, and then put the hair on top of that?
I'm so sad. I must have done something wrong because the extensions still blocked my sewing machine and got tangled in my bobbin. When I tried to untangle it, I somehow snapped a piece off of the bobbin carriage. Sigh, now I am machine-less. ... I'm sure this is a great technique, I just suck at it.