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Old 05-06-2011, 11:42
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Default Baking a stacked bow?

I have read on here that many people bake their stacked bows. What I can't figure out is when they do it if they use glue on their bows? Do they bake the bows individually (spikes, twisted, etc) and then glue them together? Thanks!
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Old 05-06-2011, 11:45
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Default Re: Baking a stacked bow?

First off i dont bake BUT i can give it a long shot : ) when u finish the bow with the tie string attached ONLY u bake then u assemble it together??? my version... just starching is good for me : ) im in cali tho we have great weather
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Old 05-07-2011, 12:10
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Default Re: Baking a stacked bow?

I bake all my pieces separately and then glue together and wrap with thread and glue my center on. I don't bake my spikes though, I figure they aren't changing shape, they stay flat.

Hope that helps, curious to see how others do it.

ETA: I only bake my twisted center, loopies, and bottom pinwheel (I use pinwheels on the bottom instead of a large twisted)
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Old 05-07-2011, 12:12
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Default Re: Baking a stacked bow?

I only bake my twisted center bow so it keeps it's shape. I don't bake a finished bow.
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Old 05-07-2011, 01:02
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Default Re: Baking a stacked bow?

I used to bake all my pieces separate but now I only bake my top twisted, the rest keeps its shape just fine for me.
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Default Re: Baking a stacked bow?

I bake the entire bow. I sew stacked bows together, bake, then glue to clip, glue center, and I'm done.
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Default Re: Baking a stacked bow?

I baked one time. I will never do it again. I baked the stacked bow. The ribbon bled onto each other - it was awful!! I had to redo several bows for that order. Now, I starch and hair-dry the twisted bows.
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Old 05-07-2011, 05:54
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Default Re: Baking a stacked bow?

I don't bake ..I've found that starching or spraying with hair spray helps my twisted bow keep it's shape...

Spraying w/hspray is really quick and easy if I'm in a hurry I use a hair dryer otherwise letting them air dry works great.
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Old 05-07-2011, 05:56
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I'm just a starcher!
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Old 05-07-2011, 06:28
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Default Re: Baking a stacked bow?

I only lightly stiffen the bottom and top layer...no baking here.
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