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Old 08-31-2009, 01:21
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Default Super bows??

I am not sure what they are referred to, but I have seen a lot of bows that have multiple colors of ribbons layered underneath and they seem to be pretty large. They look simple almost but I know there is more to meet the eye in making them. Everything I've found for directions cost money, are there any free directions for them out there?
Like this one I found:
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I just can't imagine how thick they must get if I tried the way I think would work, and how they'd connect to a clippie or barette.
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Default Re: Super bows??

I believe they are just called stacked bows. They added lots of extra ribbon to it though! Looks like they doubled the ribbon on the boutique bow too!
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Default Re: Super bows??

That's just a stacked bow. Twisted boutique bow, surround loops, spikes and a base bow.
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Wow, I feel dense. After looking more I realized it was just stacked.

I am literally so new to this that I think I get ahead of myself. I see something that I'd like to make but have no idea where to even start. I ended up doing one and it turned out decent I think.

How do you attach the clippie to them? I mean, whats the best method?
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