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Old 08-03-2009, 08:21
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Hi everyone! Just curious if anyone knows if you can starch and bake satin bows like grosgrain?

I did a search but nothing came up. Thanks so much!
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Old 08-03-2009, 08:50
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Default Re: Baking satin ribbon

I baked some corked 1/8" satin in pink, white, mint and brown. It turned out free of scorch marks and is nicely corked. It is very floppy though so I will have to starch it at some point.

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I always just spray my satin bows with hairspray once I get them completed.
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Default Re: Baking satin ribbon

I have made satin korkers and it's worked out well for me. I baked theribbon on the dowel and then spray with starched them right after I pull them out of the oven. I give them a liberal dose of starch and they seem to be doing well so far.
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Thanks everyone, I appreciate the advice!
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Default Re: Baking satin ribbon

Have done them quite a few times as well. I normally starch them well after they are made. Seems to hold them well. Good luck!
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Default Re: Baking satin ribbon

Satin will only kork if it is polyester. Yes, kork it just like grosgrain. It will not be as rigid because it is a thinner ribbon, so extra starch can help. Hairspray gets really sticky when damp/moist.
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