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Old 03-30-2010, 04:21
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Default when you sew your korkers

when sewing korkers you put your needle and thread through the middle of the korker, but do you only enter each korker once or do you go through some of them more than once...(like from the bottom of the korker and from the top of each korker)
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Default Re: when you sew your korkers

I take a threaded, long needle, stack all my korker pieces on it. Then slide all the pieces to the end (make sure you have a nice big knot). Then I sew back up through the whole stack while I pinch the stack together. Then back through all a 2nd time. So I guess a total of 4 times up and back.
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Default Re: when you sew your korkers

I do the same except I just go up through them all once and back down through them once.
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Default Re: when you sew your korkers

I go through each peice only once. I tie a knot at the end of thread and stack the peices on the needle. Once all peices are on the needle, I pull the needle through and go back though where the thread came out. I dew through another time for durability.
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Default Re: when you sew your korkers

I think she was meaning like both sides of the korker. Like the bottom and the top. I know, sometimes I have trouble making my Korker's looking right because they slide together so the only way for me to keep that from happening is to sew through the top and the bottom of the korker piece, if that makes any sense. I dont do that on each peice though.
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