| | Re: My first korker and some questions
Very cute!! Looks perfect!
Starching after it is made is really at your preferance. Many people do like to but I am different and I do not. I like it to have lots of movement and bounce so I do not starch at any step of the game.
I am considering a light starching to see if it cure my 'nestling' problem. The ribbons all want to curl into each other and become one big kork of several layers. on some of my korkers. Grrrrrr.
I attach to alligator, french clips and pony 0's depending. I prefer french clips for my daughter but I sell mostly alligator and pony o's.