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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • INTRODUCTION
  • NEEDLE AND THREAD INFO
    • Needles, Thread
  • GENERAL INFORMATION
    • Book I: Greating Heads and Faces, "Few Threads Away", Hiding the Thread, Running Out of Thread, Back of Head, There Are Other Ways To Do This, The "P" Word
  • SCULPTING HUMAN FEATURES
    • How to Sculpt the Eyes, How to Sculpt a Nose on a Flat Face, Bridge Portion, Bulb (Lower) Portion, Nostrils, How to Sculpt a Profile Nose, How t Sculpt Nostrils, How to Sculpt the Mouth, How to Sculpt Lips, How to Emphasize Libs, How to Make a Dimple at the Bottom of the Lips Dimple, How to Sculpt Cheeks
  • SCULPTING ANIMAL FEATURES
    • The Nostrils, The Mouth
  • WIRING ANIMAL FEATURES
    • Sizes, Floral Wire, Galvanized Wire, Electrical Wire, Other Types of Wire, Safety Glasses When Working with Wire, Wire and the Sewing Machine, Ears, Wire into Ears, Eyelids, Antlers

Title: HEADY SOLUTIONS: BOOK II: CREATING CHARACTER (How to Sculpt and Wire Soft Doll and Animal Heads)
Author: Jeannie Rigby & Maggie Baggett
Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Maggie's Baggies
Page Count: 23
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISBN: None

INSTRUCTION RATING:Star Rating. The instructions are for bringing out more detail in the heads made from their first booklet. The diagrams are very simple, but the instructions are very thorough and laid out in numbered steps to help you not lose your place.

BONUS MECHANICS RATING:Star Rating. This is a solid beginner's book - which is who they were aiming it for. There's a lot of information laid out in a very few pages.

SUMMARY- I'd recommend this series to someone just getting into doll and soft toy making.