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Congratulations on being the "Top Tipper". I made one back when you first made your tutorial, but I think I lost it, so this is a great reminder for me; especially to make more than one size. I really don't use bows enough, even though I like them; just because they are a pain to make.Love,dj
dj, it takes less than a minute now, but before when I tried and tried and blah... Now I know there is somekind of plastic bow maker, but hehe, those cardboard trousers didn't cost a penny and I can honestly say that I like making bows now :)One tip: I never cut the ribbon until the bow is made. Makes it easier and "never waste a piece of ribbon". Heheh, never say never :P
Congrats, I made a few of them too - I never waste a piece of ribbon either lol. Hugs lin
Well done great idea Gonna try itLiz xxxxxxxx
Congratulations! I'll have to give your idea a try.
Great!!!I started making bows this way, too, but I usually use a fork :-) you can also make tiny bows then...
Ulina, I just had to add your fork tip on the original bow post. Thank you dear! :)
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