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How to keep a ribbon from fraying.?

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1. Cut the tip of the ribbon at an angle to prevent fraying. The best way to cut the fabric is to create an inverted V shape at the end of both sides of the ribbon. To make the V cut, simply cut inward from the left side and right side of the ribbon,
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You simply take the frayed end and put it over a naked flame. The flame sort of welds the ribbon or rope together and so you end up with a very hard end instead of a frayed end.
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