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Half of the strands Cover most of the felt with a layer should touch the part and go of glue, but leave to the left. The other half a thin line (about oneof the strands should touch quarter inch) down the the part and go to the middle of the circle free one piece right. of glue. This will be your of black felt, 8 by 11 inches wig’s part. 3 Supplies scissors lots of yarn glue wig 5 Keep adding strands until you’re happy with the wig’s thickness. Cut some shorter pieces of yarn to make bangs. Let the glue dry before putting on your wig.