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Old 04-13-2011, 09:32
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Default Stacked Bows and Baking

For those that bake their bows, do you bake stacked bows already sewn together or do you bake each piece separate? I'm trying to figure out which works best and saves time!

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Default Re: Stacked Bows and Baking

I bake each piece separately. I used to spray them with starch and then bake but the colors would run, now I bake them and then spray them down as soon as I pull them out of the oven and let the starch air dry. It seems to work really well
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I bake each separately as well.
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Bake them seprate, then spray with starch when they come out of the oven.
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Default Re: Stacked Bows and Baking

Thanks girls!!! Separately is what I figured and have done myself, but didn't know if anyone had tried with them already sewn together! :-)
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