So, I've been trying to figure out a way to explain this, and I'm having trouble. Most of the time, when I make a twisted boutique bow, the opening of the loops looks pretty straight, rather then bending inward, and the corners of the loops are round. I see other bows where the inside of peice of ribbon seems to fold more inward, so it comes closer to the outside piece of ribbon and it's not straight along the entire loop, and the corners are pointier. Does anyone know what causes this difference and how to get more of the second look? I'm sorry if I really suck at explaining it but I was hoping if anyone understood what I was trying to say someone on here would.