Thank you for the tutorial. I like the plastic hair but I don't like how frizzy it gets.
Question, how do you attach the hair to the plush?
wait woah you're gonna give the pattern? When will this be coming?
Probably never now, too busy to put it together and I have no easy way to get the pattern onto my computer
I might do it for a test since the hair was not the best just might but will practice on smallfris or something i don't know...
Thanks for this! I hated the hair on the RD plush, that's why I didn't get her...well also AJ is my fav lol but now I might get it for my niece and do that for her! Thanks!!
Poke poke XD
Wow... this is more patient and thorough than I'd be!
How much longer for the pattern? DX
Hehe, sorry, it'll be as soon as possible! Got a little distracted. I want to take the time and effort this time to make them neat and sized properly and type up some proper instructions
Slice her open ...
Thanks for the tutorial and link! I've been wanting to re-mane a Fluttershy and maybe the Cadence plush too.
I didn't know they had Cadence/Fluttershy?
Which plushies are those? This is only for the build-a-bear plushies, of which there is only Pinkie Pie and Rainbow Dash. I'm not sure how other plushies are haired so don't take this as working on other plushies
Is it the same with the tail?
Yep, like it says 'use the same technique with the tail'
Thanks! Now I patiently wait for a fluttershy build-a-bear to come out...
Might happen, apparently the next ones will be Twilight and Spike, so hopefully they'll keep doing them, and i'll keep re-hairing them
For pinkie pie, it'd probably be fine to just stuff the mane inside the new mane, if you don't want to unpick the plush. ;o;
Unfortunately with the way I did it the bottom of the back of her head is exposed, and where the tail attaches to the bum is much smaller than where the plastic tail runs. It could be done to cover all the original hair, but I think you'd sacrifice some of the show accurateness