Originally Posted by lilredsmiles
I think I remember seeing somebody use the woodburner to notch the very center to fuse, then do little slits at the top & bottom of the spikes layer, that way cinching doesn't occur.... Does that make sense? That way when you wrap the center around the stacked bow, it doesn't pull the spikes all wonky (no creasing with this method)
Wow! I've never thought about doing that. I always wonder how some people get their spikes to look so "straight up and down" (if that makes sense) in the center of their bows. I bet that would work.