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Cut korker ribbon into 2.5" lengths. Or, you may find you like them a bit
longer or shorter. Just be sure they are all equal in length. Once you
have the korker ribbon cut into even lengths, apply Fray Check or clear
nail polish to all of the ends and let dry.
Now you have your bow and it's time to attach it to the clip or band of your choice. If you are using a metal clip, you can use a flat piece of matching ribbon to cover the metal. Just hot glue the ribbon to the top. Then, simply glue the bow to the top of your clip.
If you are using a cloth headband you can either hot glue it to the bow or sew it on.
To attach your bow to a pony tail
holder, put the string/elastic through the pony tail before laying
it flat to stack the
Korker Ribbon Instructions
1/4" or 5/16" wooden dowels.
Any 100% polyester fabric ribbon (grosgrain, satin, woven, jacquard, organza, etc.)
Wrap ribbon along the dowel without overlapping and secure each end with a clothespin or other oven-friendly clip. The tighter you roll the ribbon on the dowel, the tighter your curl will be. Experiment with the tension you want to use, but make sure you use even tension throughout the entire batch to ensure a uniform look.
Some people find that putting the dowel
in a drill bit is a faster, easier way to make korker ribbon. Hold the
ribbon at an angle, push the trigger on your drill and guide the ribbon
onto the dowel.
Though wetting your ribbon before baking does not prove to make any difference, many people do find that spraying the ribbon with a fabric stiffener before baking does indeed help.
Simply take a length of ribbon. Thread a needle with a similarly colored thread and weave the threaded needle in and out of ribbon down the center lengthwise, from end to end. Hold the end and gently slide the ribbon toward knotted end, much like when you are pushing a curtain onto a curtain rod. Tie a knot at end to prevent unraveling.
Free instructions directions korker hair bows