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Hi y'all, just a simple start. I'm making masks. Scarecrow mask to be exact. I tried a few methods. Latex over burlap, not bad, but not really for me. The Silicone over the cotton hood then burlap...takes too long to dry and I'm not very patient. So I found a method that I'm very comfortable with, is quick and I've found that I can knock a few out in about two weeks. They keep their shape very well, stay flexible and don't stink. That method is burlap soaked in a mixture of water and Elmer's glue. it allows you the flexibility to shape and mold it as you see fit.