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Old 01-18-2012, 01:44
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When my daughter was a baby she had bows that had velcro on them instead of a clip. I do not have the bows any more and was wondering if any of you use the velcro on items for babies with fine hair? If so where do you get your velcro? and what kind do you use?

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Default Re: Velcro for bows and flowers

I have seen those types of clips for babies before but I don't make them myself. I do use velcro though for my no slip grips on clippies (the soft part) and I use the grip part for my hard headbands. I buy them in big 25 yard spools in white and black. The back is adhesive so it makes it very easy to use. I get mine from Textol.
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hi, what size do you use and hook or loop?


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I have seen those types of clips for babies before but I don't make them myself. I do use velcro though for my no slip grips on clippies (the soft part) and I use the grip part for my hard headbands. I buy them in big 25 yard spools in white and black. The back is adhesive so it makes it very easy to use. I get mine from Textol.
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Does the velcro you use stick to itself? The velcro I am looking for should.
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Default Re: Velcro for bows and flowers

here's a y/tube video that should help . . . and they're making a soft velcro now that i'd suggest using . . .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jfbi2...eature=related

velcro: http://www.velcro.com/index.php?page...t-and-flexible
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I use both hook and loop but separately. They do stick together.
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Could you explain this a little better? Sorry I'm running off an hour of sleep.

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I use both hook and loop but separately. They do stick together.
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Thanks so much! I googled my brains out all last night literally...running on an hour of sleep and never found anything. Apparently the lack of sleep messed with my googling abilities! lol

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here's a y/tube video that should help . . . and they're making a soft velcro now that i'd suggest using . . .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jfbi2...eature=related

velcro: http://www.velcro.com/index.php?page...t-and-flexible
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Default Re: Velcro for bows and flowers

Sorry I'm no help , but I do know which kind of bows your talking about my oldest dd used em when she was a baby.
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Could you explain this a little better? Sorry I'm running off an hour of sleep.
I use the "hook" part on my hard headbands and the "loop" part on my clippies as a no slip grip, but if I stuck the two together, they stick (as velcro was intended to). HTH!
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