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Old 09-12-2010, 05:30
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So I got my NBNG Templates this weekend and started working. I attempted my first stacked bow. I did a twisted bow on bottom, then spikes, then loops then top twisted bow.

My question is do you sew all together or tie? I sewed all individually and then sewed them together. This was very hard sewing them all together. I broke a needle and it took forever. Any suggestions would be great.

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Old 09-12-2010, 06:01
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Sew each layer separate, glue each layer on top of each other, glue on clip, glue center and wrap
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And high temp hot glue will keep it all together? Thanks for the info. Glueing them together will be so much easier than when I tried sewing them. That was a pain. lol
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yes and wrapping your center also helps. I have bows I made for my daughter 2 years ago that are still perfect
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I glue my layers together, and then tie them together with thread.
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Thank you so much ladies for the help. Can't wait to get home and work on them again.
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Old 09-13-2010, 02:55
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I've been sewing mine by putting the needle through the center of each layer then wrapping the thread around three time and tying. It's really hard to keep them lined up. I'm going to try gluing them. Thanks for the tip!!
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