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Old 08-19-2011, 01:56
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I also prefer the finished look of a covered clip!
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I only partly cover my clips. I like the leave the prongs uncovered. But I don't think I could ever use a uncovered clip
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I always fully line all my clips.
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I'm the odd ball as usual. My XL, Large and Medium bows I do not cover the clip. Everything else, yes they are covered. A lot of the people that buy from me prefer them unlined as they say it holds better.
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covered looks way more professional
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I always partially line my clips, no matter what size the bow or flower. I don't fully line because that makes it too slippery. But I always partially line, and add a non slip grip to it.
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I partially line mine but I have done some bare ones when I make my daughter a bow last minute and in a hurry. All the bows at a local boutique are not lined and they fly off the shelves to these stroller mamas.
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I have seen some at local shows that aren't covered but to me it looks unfinished and some what unprofessional. I'm not a fan of uncovered clips but I think it's all a matter of personal preference.
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