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How to make a Barbie size (or bigger) doll's straw hat

Sorry about the photos, I did most of this at night.

The only thing you need to buy to make this is a bundle of hat straw. In the US you can order from The PNB Doll Company ($9 for a 10 yard bundle, 1/4" wide), in Europe from Gildebrief (19,90€ for a 10 meter bundle, 4,5 mm wide). The rest of the materials can be found in your home.

The particularity of this straw braid is that on each side, there is a string which you can pull in order to make the braid fit any curve. Here's a photo to illustrate what I mean.

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Find a box or other cylindrical object with the desired diameter for your finished hat. Cut a circle in card stock of the same size, put it on top of the box, cover with plastic wrap and hold the film in place with an elastic. Glue a PET bottle cap of the same size as your doll's head in the center of the plastic wrap.

You can adapt this method to bigger dolls by using various kinds of plastic caps.

Chap1

Cut a strip of double-sided tape, about 1/4 to 1/3" wide, and press it all around the outer edge of the film-covered card stock, so that it lays flat in a circle on the top of the box.

With a needle, pick up the string on the side of the straw braid which will be facing inside, and pull on it in order to make the braid fit the curve. Then press the first row of straw on top of the tape.

Chap2

Next, pour white tacky glue into the corner of a small Ziploc bag, tie the corner tightly with a piece of string or wire, and cut a very tiny hole at the tip of the corner, so that you can press out a very small bead of glue while holding the corner of the bag with your fingers. Deposit a small amount of glue all around the inner edge of the first row.

Chap3

Press the second row of braid over the first one, in a concentric circle, so that it overlaps about half the width of the braid. Continue in this way until you've reached the top of the cap. Don't forget to pull on the inner string when needed in order to make the braid fit the curves. As the circles become smaller and smaller you will need to pull more often on the string.

Each time you've securely glued in place a section of braid with the string pulled out, you can cut the string close to the edge of the braid just before glueing the next row over it.

Chap4

When you reach the junction with the bottle cap, press the edge with your fingernails to make the braid follow the shape of your hat "mold".

Chap5

To finish, when you only have a small hole left open at the very top, simply cut the braid, fold it over itself and glue it in the center.

Let dry overnight and remove from the mold. If you wish to decorate the brim, pick up one of the thick strands of straw in the braid, and pull on it. The braid will "gather" itself and look like ricrac.

Chap6

Glue the straw ricrac all around the brim edge. Here's the finished hat seen from above.

Chap7

And here's the hat seen from inside.

Chap8

if you wish to shape the hat, place it on top of the PET bottle whose cap you used, with the cap on the bottle, secure it in the desired shape by taping a piece of string to the sides of the bottle, and steam the hat by holding it above a pot of boiling water for a few minutes. Let dry.

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Trim the hat according to your tastes. I wanted to keep this one relatively simple so for the inside I just glued ribbon trim all around the inner edge of the brim.

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I glued ribbon around the crown and hid the junction with a small ribbon bow. At first I added a bunch of flowers on the side, but decided they didn't look good. It seems to me flowers look good on the side of a hat with a rounded top but not when the top is flat. Well, live and learn. I ripped the flowers off and in order to hide the glue stain where they had been glued a bigger ribbon bow. If you like you can also add ribbon ties glued either to the inside or the outside of the hat, tying either in front or in back.

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Voilà! I hope someone will find this useful and if you try it, I'd love to see photos.

Chandrahat

Update : here are photos of a hat the talented Diane made using this tutorial, and bigger objects to make her mold. Diane's doll has a head circumference of about 6-7 inches.

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(photos posted with Diane's permission)

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Simple BID Dress

This pattern was originally designed for the Christmas Elf outfits for my Iplehouse BIDs, and includes a simple dress, tights and arm warmers. The basic dress design and construction is very simple allowing for endless possibilities for enhancement. The Christmas elf hat and collar are not included.

BID measurements are; height 26 cm, chest 14.1 cm, waist 13 cm, hips 14.6 cm, shoulder width 6 cm. 
The pattern will also work for other dolls with similar measurements.
I've made up two samples; the yellow & pink, on the left, with a wider skirt; 
and the pink & lavender, on the right, with a lace ruffle and ribbon sash.

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Making a Victorian Ball-Gown for an Iplehouse JID

In this tutorial I'll share all the steps in designing and creating two Victorian ball-gowns for a small-chest Iplehouse JID. I did share most of the steps in my blog over a period of several weeks in the summer of 2012, but thought it would be more helpful to combine everything into one thread. There are no patterns, but I'm hoping just seeing some of my techniques might be helpful.
Here's Asa and Isar modelling the final dresses...
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Make your own Textured Fairy Wings 
Copyright © 2010 Martha Boers, All Rights Reserved
 

These wired wings are made by layering fabrics and trims between layers of tulle, then top-stitching 
and embellishing with paint, beads and/or glitter. 
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Three pairs of fairy wings
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Wings on Ice Fairy Costume

Instructions

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1. Start with an actual size detailed drawing of the wings you'd like to make. The wings I made using this technique had the top wings and the bottom wings each joined together as a single unit. 
 
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2. Cover the pattern with a layer of tulle. Cut scraps of fabric, yarn and lace in your chosen colour scheme, and layer the pieces on top of the tulle to create a balanced wing design.
 
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3. When you are happy with the placement of the scraps, place another layer of tulle over the entire wing. Pin through all the layers - including the paper. Sew across the wings along 'imaginary vein lines' from one outer wing edge to the opposite side, in order to hold the scraps in place between the tulle. 
 
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4. Turn the whole thing over, and sew the outer wing lines as drawn on the pattern. Notice that my 'vein lines' don't really match up with the veins on the pattern but that doesn't matter. Now remove all the paper from the backs of the wings
 
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5. Carefully cut away the excess tulle, leaving approximately 1/8" beyond the stitching line.
 
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6. Using darkest colour thread, sew back and forth from outer edge of wing towards center as shown. Repeat for all four wing edges.
 
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7. Repeat stitching back and forth with progressively lighter colours of thread, layering and sewing closer towards the center of the wing.
 
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8. Dilute some acrylic paint in a darker shade of the wing colour. Brush onto outer edges of wings. 
Let dry.
 
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9. Using lightest colour thread, satin stitch up wing as shown. Satin stitch along bottom edges of wings.
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10. Using progressively darker hues of your chosen colour, satin stitch around an outer wing bump, then all the way across to the corresponding bump on the other side, and up.
 
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11. Top and bottom wings with all the satin stitching completed.
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12. Cut lengths of sturdy wire to fit all the way across wings and extend about an inch on both ends. Carefully satin stitch over the wires from one end to the other side.
 
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13. Cut wires to protrude 1/4" and glue beads onto wires. Embellish with beads and sequins.
 
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14. Sew wings onto back of costume
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15. Instead of beading, you could choose to embellish the wings with glitter paint.
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16. Instead of sewing the wings directly onto the back of the costume, another option is to wrap the centers of the wings together with fabric matching the costume bodice, and hand-stitch into place. Then sew four snap fasteners onto the wing and onto the back of the bodice.
 
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The wings also look great when taking 'fairy photos' of baby granddaughters!

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More Wired Wings

Make a set of wired wings for your favourite fairy. 

These wings are a slightly more advanced version of 'Simple Wired Wings', and are sewn from semi-sheer fabric, and have wires inserted which slip into pockets sewn onto the back of the costume bodice. 
The tutorial covers the steps involved in making the wings for my 'Mini Topaz'.
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Materials

  - sheer fabric (with some body - not too flimsy)
  - scissors
  - wire - thickness depends on size of wings being 

     made. For MSD size wings use an 18 gauge.
  - pliers
  - sewing machine & thread
  - Fray Check
  - iron
  - needle
  - hot glue gun
  - acrylic or Folk Art Paint in colours to match your      

     fairy outfit
  - Textile Medium
  - brushes
  - glitter paint

Wing Patterns

This tutorial includes the actual size wing patterns used for making my Mini Forest Fairy wings, as well as several other wing patterns you may want to try. 

To download the pattern pdf click on the Wings Pattern Button below.
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Instructions

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Make Your Own Tibetan Lambskin Wigs

These patterns were designed to fit specific dolls in my own collection. 
They should fit other dolls with the same head circumference. 
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In this tutorial I will take you step by step through making this blonde wig for my Narae
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*to download a pdf with the full-size patterns click on the patterns below.
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1. Print and cut out the desired patterns. I would suggest making a
'test' wig cap out of felt to test the fit on your doll. If the felt wig 
cap fits perfectly, you can proceed to make the actual wig.

 Place the patterns onto the back (skin side) of the Tibetan lambskin. It 
is important to watch the direction of the hair on the lambskin. I make 
sure the hair goes in the directions of the red arrows below. Trace the 
patterns onto the back of the skin and cut out carefully just through the
 skin with an Exacto knife or by taking tiny snips with a sharp scissors.
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2. With a sharp, sturdy needle, and thread the same colour as the hair 
hand-sew the top and back sections together at the center line.
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3. Fit center section to side section and hold in place with paper clips, then hand
sew the seam easing in any fullness on the wig sides. Repeat for second side.
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3a. Optional - after hand-stitching, go over seams with machine-stitching 
1/8" from edge. This will make for a neater part on the right side.
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4. When both sides are sewn on, fold back the front seam allowance.
 Using small stitches sew the front edge back inside wig. 
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*Option - Instead of stitching, you could use hot glue to secure the front edge 
to the inside of the wig. But DO NOT use white glue for this step. You will need
 to wet your wig to style it and white glue will dissolve and come undone. 


5. Turn wig right side out and put on doll. Gently comb out. 
Remove the wig
 from doll and wet the hair thoroughly. You can cut and style the wig, and
 use any products that you would use on your own hair.
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6. Let the wig dry. 
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Narae with her new, lovely blonde wig....
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7. After playing with your doll, if the hairs on her wig get too 'fly-away',
 just dampen the hair a bit to bring it back under control.


More wigs made with the patterns in this tutorial

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The 8.5" pattern for Elfdoll and Kaye Wiggs MSD will also fit Iplehouse EID girls.
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Make your own Size 6 Doll Wig ©

Copyright © 2010 Martha Boers, All Rights Reserved 
 
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Long ago I used to make all my own doll wigs. 

In this tutorial I will share my technique so you can create your own one-of-kind wigs. The instructions in this tutorial are for making a wig using pre-wefted strips of synthetic hair. 

I would buy used wigs (real people size) in secondhand discount stores, and pick them apart with a seam-ripper. For really creative wigs you could also use wefting from colourful Hallowe'en wigs, or even from hair extensions from the dollar store.

I create my wig cap by crocheting with fine baby wool or heavier crochet thread. The instructions in this tutorial will make a size 6 wig cap, and assume you already know how to crochet.

First, we need to crochet the wig cap...
 

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1. Using fine baby yarn and an appropriate sized crochet hook; chain 6
 
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2. Make loop, chain 4
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3. First Row: double crochet, chain one, 11 times. Connect at start and crochet 4. (12 spokes in circle)
Chain 4.
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4. Second row: repeat 'double crochet, chain one' pattern, increasing 4 times as shown in illustration (16 spokes in circle). Chain 4.
 
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5. Third Row: continue with 'double crochet, chain one' pattern increasing twice at opposite sides (18 spokes in circle) Chain 4.
 
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6. Fourth Row: continue with 'double crochet, chain one' pattern increasing twice again (20 spokes in circle) Chain 4. Crochet two more rows without increasing. Cut thread and work away loose ends.
 
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6. Gather strips of wefted hair. You will need a total length of 30" for this size 6 wig.
 
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7. Completed crochet cap on a 'wig stand' made from a wooden egg exactly 6" in circumference.
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8. Using the same colour thread as your wefted hair, start by hand-stitching the bottom row onto the bottom edge of the crochet cap. *Do not cut the wefting when you get all the way around - instead spiral it up to the next row.
 
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9. Continue sewing the wefted hair onto the crochet cap spiraling upward until you reach the last row.
 
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10. To make the 'crown' roll the remaining wefted strip into a spiral, hand-stitching it tightly together as you go.
 
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11. The completed 'crown spiral'
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12. Securely sew the 'crown spiral' onto the bare spot at the top of the wig. It will stick up like a fountain at this point.
 
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13. Top view of the wig
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14. To flatten crown: wet a soft cloth and place carefully over crown to flatten it. Gently touch the top with a warm iron and hold for a few seconds. *Do not use too hot an iron or the synthetic hair will kink - or melt)
 
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15. Finished wig with flattened crown.
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Wig on Kaye Wiggs Cinnamon

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Make a size 6 Mohair Wig ©
 

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I make all my own mohair doll wigs, and in this tutorial I will share my technique so you can create your own one-of-kind wig. 

The instructions in this tutorial are for making a wig using separate mohair curls, which will be sewn into strips of 'wefting, then attached to a crochet cap. The mohair curls I used for Cinnamon's wig were a rough texture and very tightly curled, perfect for the 'wild' look I had in mind.

I create the caps for my wigs by crocheting with very fine baby wool or heavier gauge crochet thread. The instructions in this tutorial will make a size 6 wig cap, and assume you already know how to crochet. 

By experimenting you could make a larger wig cap to fit a larger doll.

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