I love the blue ribbon choice and this does look good and the unhappy part just off. If you make another at some point I am sure it will be better still.
I love it :):)great job girls hugs
I think it will be treasured by the receiver. Great tip from nualaa. Let us know if it works for you.
I would try spraying the ribbon with water to wet it good and while it is damp place it good side down on to the ironing board. Pin the edges every 1/4 on both sides of the ribbon stretching and steaming as I went. Leave it to dry and spray again with starch and let it dry.
Hope this works, usually works for me on puckered designs.
Thank you for the great tip.
Great tip and consider using starch, too.
This is a good idea. I think I will try it on a couple designs that I made that tried to pucker. Thanks for the tip.
Can you just redo the bakeoff part of the ribbon and reattach? The rest of it looks very nice. Stitching on ribbon is not the easiest thing in the world to do. Have you thought about using a less dense font? Don't give up.
I could cut the BAKEOFF ribbon off and replace but this is no big deal and don't think it is worth the time. Besides, I'd have to go back into town to get more ribbon. Yes, if I were to do this again, I should use a less dense font.