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Paper Wigs

Making paper wigsLynn shows how to display your hats like a museum would, by making paper wigs for headforms.

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valarie 13.09.2011 01:21  
Paper Wigs Yes No   *Applause!* I am totally impressed!  
 
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hirondelle 13.09.2011 11:57  
Paper Wigs Yes No   brilliant - that is such a great idea - many thanks for it!  
 
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aurorauk 13.09.2011 20:26  
Paper Wigs Yes No   superb  
 
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mad_fashion 14.09.2011 07:51  
Paper Wigs Yes No   This article is super-good! It gives a final touch to show headpieces...WONDERFUL!
Thanks a lot for the inspiration :-)
 
 
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elensari 14.09.2011 12:17  
Paper Wigs Yes No   Wow! Once I have some time to just play :-D, I want to try this out!

Lynn, is the 1912 hat made from one of your currently available patterns? It is marvelous, and I do LOVE your patterns!

Thanks!
~Kelly
 
 
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lynnmcmasters 14.09.2011 17:12  
Paper Wigs Yes No   Kelly, No the 1912 hat is my newest hat. It's a wireframe hat and I'm not sure if it could be translated to paper. Maybe how to make wireframe hats from this time period might make a nice article. Thanks, Lynn  
 
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ginab 22.09.2011 11:10  
Paper Wigs Yes No   These are so beautiful - works of art in their own right and beautifully finished with your hats. Thanks for sharing!  
 
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sapphira 22.10.2011 23:14  
Paper Wigs Yes No   One of the exhibit mounters at FIDM told me they used watercolor paper for their wigs.  
 
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twalker 08.05.2014 19:09  
Yes No   This is one of the coolest things I've ever seen.  
 
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