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Old 09-21-2009, 05:06
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Default Re: Starching korkers... how?

I use Faultless. I starch and bake my ribbon to kork it, then I sew the korker, and then I starch it again once it is done. Since I bake the ribbon to kork it, I normally just let it sit out to air dry when I starch it the second time after the korker is sewn. Have fun! I love doing korkers!!!
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