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Old 06-29-2010, 02:30
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I used the Free instructions to do my very first loopy bow last night. Keep in mind, I have never tried these before! LOL
For my next one, I'll try adding different pieces and try to glam it up more. All in all, the free tut gives you a general idea of the bow and is enough for me.

Oh, don't worry about the frayed ends, it was just a practice bow!
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Old 06-29-2010, 02:35
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I used the Free instructions to do my very first loopy bow last night. Keep in mind, I have never tried these before! LOL
For my next one, I'll try adding different pieces and try to glam it up more. All in all, the free tut gives you a general idea of the bow and is enough for me.

Oh, don't worry about the frayed ends, it was just a practice bow!
which free instructions did you use? I used some too and mine looked ok but it didn't poof out it stayed in the straight line.
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Do these bows sale well and what do you charge?
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which free instructions did you use? I used some too and mine looked ok but it didn't poof out it stayed in the straight line.
It's the Girly Things free tutorial. I don't sell them- the only one I have ever made is the one above. I'm not really a big fan of these bows, but I have seen a few that I really liked and will only sell them if I can make them as "wow" as those.

Also, you really have to pull out the loops.
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Ok, I tried them last night and it came out pretty good but they are no where near as full as yours. What advice can you give me? Mine sort of looked like a straight line. I kept pulling it apart but something didn't look right? It was late so I didn't take pictures but I will take pictures later on to show you guys for advice. I LOVE the full look. Maybe more pieces? I did follow the directions of how many pieces. I guess it's time to practice more. Another question for you ladies that have them, do you cut your end pieces before you put it together or after? It seems like it would be easier to do it beforehand to have minimal cuts?
Thanks for posting! can't wait to see what you made, I've been hoping you would update the post as I'm still looking at buying the instructions!
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Here are the two that I made with the instructions. Tell me what you think. I'm thinking too much marabou with the red, white and blue but it looked a little thin before I added those.
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Just wondering is this style bow made with wire wrapping to a French Clip?
I find those very time consuming. The bows shown in this thread are very pretty.
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Here are the two that I made with the instructions. Tell me what you think. I'm thinking too much marabou with the red, white and blue but it looked a little thin before I added those.
I think they are both very nice! I especially like the pink one. I have some of the same ribbon sitting here on my desk! Thinking about purchasing these instructions
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Just wondering is this style bow made with wire wrapping to a French Clip?
I find those very time consuming. The bows shown in this thread are very pretty.
No wires used.

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I think they are both very nice! I especially like the pink one. I have some of the same ribbon sitting here on my desk! Thinking about purchasing these instructions
Thanks. I debated for a long time with buying the instructions. I did really good at my last show so I treated myself to something I wanted.
I will try adding more pieces to the next one to make it fuller cuz mine are not as full as the ladies that posted earlier. I LOVE THOSE!
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Default Re: I did it....I just bought the funky loopy instructions

To make them full, I use a TON of ribbon, fuzzy yarn, corker ribbon etc. I also cut the ends at the very end so i can cut them to the perfect length.
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