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Discussion in 'Puppet Building and Performing' started by FUZZYRED, Oct 31, 2011.

  1. FUZZYRED

    FUZZYRED Member

    Hey guy, Im building elmo right now using one of project puppet. Im in stress (But I do not give up) when I cut the fur and end of fur pile come off and make a mess that I cannot focus on build. So PLEASE tell me what you use to cut the fur and wont come off. REMEMBER I LIVE IN AUSTRAILA.
     
  2. Gerbert

    Gerbert Member

    Not trying to be sarcastic, But did you try Scissors? o.o
     
  3. FUZZYRED

    FUZZYRED Member

    I did use fabric scissors but still fur come off. Plus I use Spotlight fur.
     
  4. Animal31

    Animal31 Active Member

    Cut it from the back with an x-acto knife, do not use scissors on fur or you will get a mess to clean up! :)
     
  5. FUZZYRED

    FUZZYRED Member

    Thank Animal31, I will try but where can I buy x-acto knife in Austraila?
     
  6. propologist

    propologist Member

    You can all so use a craft knife or a razor blade. you can buy them from a craft store or a hardware suppler (were you buy home building supplies).
     

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