Tiny wigs from laceweight mohair, fingering weight yarn, or embroidery floss cap these little darlings off very nicely.
This wig was made from laceweight mohair/silk yarn. A little goes a long way! It is 7/8 oz and 195 yards. I used a size 1 steel hook, and made chain loops for the curls.
This wig was made from fingering weight wool yarn. It is 1 3/4 oz, 310 yards. I used a size 1 steel hook, and this wig is removable. If you make the cap a little smaller, I bet it would fit a Lati White or PukiPuki BJD :-)
This wig is made from embroidery floss, which is fantastic at this scale. All those colors! It takes three or four skeins of floss to make a wig; for this long wig it took three skeins. To make crocheting the wig cap easier, I wrap the floss around a floss bobbin before crocheting. If you need another skein to finish the cap (I did) just wrap it around your empty bobbin and tie it on to your working strand. Make sure the knots are on the inside of the cap.
This cute, curly cap is made from worsted weight boucle yarn. A bit big for this scale, and the stitches are not so easy to see, but still doable with a size C crochet hook. And any mistakes are invisible in all these curls :-)
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Think small! Clothing patterns to follow :-)