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Old 03-20-2010, 08:46
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Default Re: quick korker question

I bake them at 250 and most of the time I forget they are in there so they end up staying 30-45 minutes. It is only on the ends that it gets less curly when I cut wit the wood burner. If I cut with scissors and use fray check they are fine, but I don't want to do it that way. I want the ends heat sealed. Some of the ones I made over a year ago and used fray check on are starting to fray now.
I have usually cut straight across the ribbon so my korkers were spikey but I wanted to cut on a diagonal and try things that way. no luck.
I really wish korkers weren't so loved. They take forever.

ETA- I do let them cool completely. Like I said, if I use scissors they look fine but I want to heat seal.
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