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Old 06-14-2009, 11:00
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Default Re: Tissue Bow Raggity Bows - thread gone?

Originally Posted by beansnana View Post
What is the name of this book if you would share? I have heard other loopies talk about some of the old bow making books and how tings are coming back in style again. Just like the candy bows.
Originally Posted by creativekiddos View Post
Please Don't post that on here if you to have pm. Heather is selling the instructions on here and it would be wrong to hurt her sales. It don't even know her but I still know that is rude.
Personally, I don't see anything rude about this post. This thread was originally posted with the intentions of trying to figure out how to make the "raggie bow" on our own without instructions. Unfortunately, some people don't have $12 or $15 to spend or even want to spend that kind of money on instructions. Not to say that they aren't worth it (because I've heard all good things), but I am not one who prefers to pay for instructions. I would rather try to figure it out myself first. Then, if I am not satisfied, I will decide on purchasing them.

There is absolutely nothing rude or wrong with trying to figure out how to make a bow that you've seen and discussing it here. I thought this was the whole purpose of this category "How to make...." not how to sell your instructions. That's a different category.

You even mentioned in another forum, a word of advice discussing the same "raggie bow" and I quote:

"To be honest I would just wait, almost every instruction I have made and sold has been posted on someones blog, website etc so they can get more sales. Sooner or later someone will re-make the instructions and post them for free that is just what happens these days."

Now, why say that there and call someone rude for trying to figure it out?

Not to start mess, because I like you Heather, but really?
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