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Old 01-05-2011, 03:27
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Ok so i am DETERMINED to make these stinkin bows. My question is do you all starch and bake your twisted bows or don't you have to?? Im still not there yet but im trying to figure this out and wanted input from you girls on what works the best.. Thanks
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Ok so i am DETERMINED to make these stinkin bows. My question is do you all starch and bake your twisted bows or don't you have to?? Im still not there yet but im trying to figure this out and wanted input from you girls on what works the best.. Thanks
I starch and bake most of my bows - especially twisteds.
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I starch and bake all my bows. It makes them stay in place and makes a huge difference in how they last!
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I starch but dont bake.. it definitly helps making a twisted boutique bow. what method are u using?? templates or free hand
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I starch but dont bake.. it definitly helps making a twisted boutique bow. what method are u using?? templates or free hand
I am doing freehand and they still don't look right I can get the bitty ones to work but not larger ones... It is so frustrating and I'm telling myself I will get it just have to keep trying. I have never starched a bow before so guess I should just try it and see what it does.. But I guess I was jw if u have to do it to make them, if it is a step I'm not doing n that's y they don't work cause the bitty ones work!! I haven't ever seen a twisted on in person maybe I should just bite the bullet n buy someones so I can see how they should look???
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If you figure out how to do it, please share! It's been driving me cRaZy!
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I can't figure it out either.
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I starch all of my twisted bows. Just helps them keep their shape better. The only thing I bake is korkers.
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Ok so this probably sounds stupid do the bows look that way before you starch them or do you fluff them more after they are starched???
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I fluf, then starch. I don't bake, I know I should...
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