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Old 04-16-2009, 10:49
Zoya19 Zoya19 is offline
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Default Re: Tied vs. Sewn Korkers

I am very new to korkers and have only made a couple now but I sew them. I found a video on you tube and she showed how easy it was to sew. To me it looked a lot easier than tying them. Basically you hold you needle and place korker ribbon on in the order you want, use the needle for as long as possible and push them down when full or done. Go back through all the ribbon with the needle and then tie tight. You leave about 3 inches at the end before sewing to help tie your korker at the end together. Hope that makes sense.
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