Originally Posted by char99char
Yes you can - I've done it. Get a needle and thread to match your wig. If you look on the inside - you can see the rows of wefts sewn in. Start sewing two rows of wefts together - basically taking up the space in between. You just need a simple overcast stitch. Start with two or three rows on each side around the ears - you want the wefts that go from the ear to the top of the head. You can also do the rows across the back if you need to adjust that way. Space out the areas you sew together. Hopefully this makes sense - if not I can add pics.
I think I get it, but I'm not really sure. Are you saying to sew horizontally, looping the wefts together? Will that make the circumference any smaller?
I'm kind of braindead today. |D
Thank you so much.