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Old 10-31-2013, 08:15
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Default Re: Cheer Bow How to

I agree with Kimberly 100%. Not only will sewing take more time, and will not stop the fraying of the fabric, you will probably have to iron the ribbon afterwards. Sewing to grosgrain ribbon tends to make it pucker. The only way to straighten out the ribbon afterward is to iron it.

Might as well iron the first time and take care of it all at once. Wonder under works great and I find the ribbon is not as stiff as when I have used heat n bond.
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