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Old 12-08-2009, 09:35
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The grosgrain actually does the best and seems to hold it's shape the best, we'll be doing a buy for the 1/8" grosgrain from YAMA after the first of the year. There's a minimum of 400 yards per color tho, so we need a bunch to get it through. I always buy at least 100 yard roll as it takes so much to kork this. I use my regular 1/4" dowel rod, but with the smaller ribbon, they are awesomely cute.
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I make the 1/8 on teeny tiny dowels as well, the mini grosgrain ones are HUGE sellers at our shows, they always sell out, where the satin ones, are a little hit or miss, but the satin ones have sold well paired with the FOE headbands..
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Those are really adorable. Tiny dowels, meaning 1/8" or is there one smaller? I want to try to make those, although they seem kind of pain-staking.
I use a 1/4" dowel...I think...Whatever one is smaller then the one normally used for regular corkers...hehehe
I just bought whatever was smaller then what I had.
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oh my goodness! they are sooooo cute!
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I was just thinking today about how I want to try and make the itty bitty korkers for my DD. These are soooo cute!
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