Lara Nance, doll customizer, author, (and frequent customer of doll hair from Alpaca Meadows), has a YouTube channel called Artistic Adventures. She has done videos on many aspects of doll customizing, and most recently put together a video on Processing Alpaca Fiber for Doll Wigs. It seems there are various techniques for making doll wigs. Lara makes a wig cap out of T-shirt material and glue that is molded to fit the doll’s head, as shown in the following video. This is much easier and less time consuming than another doll wig technique called rerooting.
This video focuses on how to prepare Suri Alpaca Fiber for doll wig making.
In this video, Lara completes the wig by sewing the glued alpaca wefts to the wig cap with needle and thread for a beautiful finished wig with bangs and a center part.
How to Make a Suri Alpaca Weft for Doll Hair is a mini-tutorial by Fabiola at Fig and Me. The method she illustrates involves sewing suri fiber onto yarn with a sewing machine, then sewing it onto a crocheted cap. For a tutorial on how to sew weft to a crochet cap, see this video by Gabi Moench-Ford or this tutorial on her blog called Fairywool Dolls.
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