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Sorry if this has been answered before, but I did a search and couldn't find anything. What is the best method for attaching the 3/8" ribbon to the 7/8" double ruffle? I tried hot glue, and it works; I just wonder if there is anything that would make it more professional looking? Thanks.
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I'm not sure but I'm hoping the new fancy double sided tape I ordered in the group buy will work for this!! I can't wait to get it and try it out!!
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I'm not sure but I'm hoping the new fancy double sided tape I ordered in the group buy will work for this!! I can't wait to get it and try it out!!
I've been searching the same question this morning and people have recommended the Sealah so I would think it would do great! I think someone also said she uses Liquid Stitch
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I've been searching the same question this morning and people have recommended the Sealah so I would think it would do great! I think someone also said she uses Liquid Stitch
Hmm that gives me the idea to use like heat bond for like hemming if you don't want to sew.
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If I'm not mistaken someone tried that for something similar and said it showed??? I could easily be mistaken though! FYI- I used my sealah tape to do 3 of these today and it worked great!! They have something similar called terrifically tacky tape at Wal- Mart.
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liquid stitch works really well or stitch witchery.
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I used the terrificallly tacky tape, and sealah tape and they both worked great for this. Much easier than glue or having to iron. I was suprised how well it set too. I tried to peel them apart the next day and couldn't easily.
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what department do you find that tape at walmart?
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what department do you find that tape at walmart?
It's in the craft and sewing aisles next to the ribbon above the xyron machines (wow I know walmart's craft area wayyyy too well apparently) It has a red paper lining on it. HTH
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Any pictures??
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