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Old 09-05-2009, 01:07
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No problem! I am glad that it was easy to read!. You can also use fabri-tac at the ends, but I have been using the e6000 lately and really love how it holds on fabric. I have only used grosgrain ribbon though. I hope it works as well with satin.
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thank you. just a quick question, how do i do the tabs with 7/8" ribbon? i tried to about an hour last night and gave up.
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I do the exact same method for 7/8" ribbon too. Not sure what you meant by the "tabs" though.
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oh im sorry i meant when u first start the wrap where do u glue the ribbon so that it covers the end of the headband

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I do the exact same method for 7/8" ribbon too. Not sure what you meant by the "tabs" though.
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I do it all exactly the same way. Align the ribbon the same way as the 3/8" - vertically - and so that it hangs down a little bit over the bottom edge. Then when you start to wrap it around it may be horizontal for a little until you get the angle right. That is b/c it is so large. but when you get the angle you will see it is exactly the same as any other size ribbon. If you see in my picture it is horizontal and then it turns angled. You might have to play with the angle a bit to get it right. That is why I love using the Sealah tape to make the head bands. It isn't permanent until the ends when I add the e6000. HTH!
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I do it all exactly the same way. Align the ribbon the same way as the 3/8" - vertically - and so that it hangs down a little bit over the bottom edge. Then when you start to wrap it around it may be horizontal for a little until you get the angle right. That is b/c it is so large. but when you get the angle you will see it is exactly the same as any other size ribbon. If you see in my picture it is horizontal and then it turns angled. You might have to play with the angle a bit to get it right. That is why I love using the Sealah tape to make the head bands. It isn't permanent until the ends when I add the e6000. HTH!
Lauren, you are so sweet to help out! WOW! I might have to try this HB method.
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