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1  CLOTHING / Costumes: Discussion and Questions / Prop/puppet/ costumer needs suggestions on: January 23, 2012 07:24:15 AM
I work in the costume shop for Lexington Children's theatre. We have a project that requires us to draw/paint designs on puppets made with synthetic fur without the fur becoming matted together.  Unfortunately the fur won't hold dye. Sharpies have given us the best results, but leave a residue on the skin if touched. This is clearly a problem for our actors. I need to find a way to deal the ink on the synthetic fur without causing clumping or matting. Any ideas?!
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