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Old 06-21-2011, 04:18
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Default Re: Lil' Hiccups Boutique

Like I have said previously, First of all, I was stating my personal opinion. Secondly, I already have made bows using the same tecniques that were shown to me. I was expecting something different and the item was not to my expectation. This was not meant to badmouth anyone or to downplay anyone's time or ability. Also, that when it comes to my customers, I dont have such a cavalier attitude towards their emails and concerns. End of story, and end of subject. In fact, is there anyone that can tell me how to delete this thread, as I don't appreciate others seemingly attacking me for stating an opinion.

Thank you very much.

Originally Posted by ronnie View Post
I have paid $30 for another set that were not worth buying and had less. That is the way it is. You said you bought previous ones in the past. So have I. Some were more detailed than others. My reason for buying all of them is because there is always something different and each little detail can make that big difference in my technique. You may think her tuts was not worth the money because it is "basically" the same as you already have seen on other free or paid for sites. You have to look at it as if this was the first time you were looking at a set of instructions and I have to say they were worth the money and on here I have seen a huge positive feedback from many who were struggling. Some people can make bows with a tut and some people are just more challenged and need to try harder. Eventually they end up getting it.