A small hole or perforation to receive a cord or fastener, as in garments, sails, etc.
A metal ring or grommet, or short metallic tube, the ends of which can be bent outward and over to fasten it in place; -- used to line an eyelet hole.
(1) Small round opening in fabric. (2) Small metal ring.
Eyelets were invented in the early nineteenth century. In the eighteenth century the limit on how tightly a corset could be laced was the strength of the material: the laces under tension would tear through the holes made for them, and eventually the corset would burst open. When eyelets were fitted into the lace-holes they spread the load through the material, and it became possible to lace corsets tighter; the limit was now imposed by the strength of the lace.
A white cotton fabric, embroidered with open designs, eyelet is very useful for both lightweight curtains and for unlined shades.
A hole through which a lace is threaded; may be reinforced with a metal ring or grommet.
Embroidered cloth with an allover embroidered pattern made on the Schiffli machine on fabrics such as batiste, cotton or cotton/polyester.
A small hole, usually round and finished along the edge, as in cloth, lace, or leather for the passage of a lace or cord or as in embroidery for ornamental effect.
fancywork featuring cut-out areas with stitching around them
A style of decorative fabric stitched with small cut out openings.
a small hole (usually round and finished around the edges) in cloth or leather for the passage of a cord
fastener consisting of a metal ring for lining a small hole to permit the attachment of cords or lines
a faired thin metal tube with an "o ring" that fixes it in place
a round hole made in the material with a stiletto
A lightweight fabric pierced by small holes finished by stitching and often laid out in flowerlike designs.
A hole with a reinforcement around it, into which the metal clasp is inserted before it is flattened.
Metal ring used to reinforce a hole.
A type of fabric which contains patterned cut-outs, around which stitching or embroidery may be applied in order to prevent the fabric from raveling.
Type of decorative cutwork in which the edges of a small hole are finished with embroidery.
A round (with a hole in the centre) metal embellishment added by punching a hole and hammering down the back.
A type of fabric that contains patterned cutouts, around which stitching or embroidery may be applied to prevent the fabric from ravelling.
A type of fabric that is designed with patterned cut-outs where stitching or embroidery is commonly applied in order to prevent the fabric from raveling. Baseball caps are made with eyelets for ventilation.
A type of fabric with patterned cut-out designs, around which stitching or embroidery is applied in order to prevent the fabric from raveling.
A small round metal ring (with a hole in the centre) which is used to decorate and fix accents onto projects. Available in many different shapes, colours and sizes. ‘Setting' an eyelet is simply done by placing through a pre-cut hole and then hammering down the back. (Special tool kits are available for this.)
Set through a hole to form a sturdy metal ring.
Circular or shaped metal fastener that must be flattened with an eyelet setter. Can hold several sheets of paper together or be used to anchor fibers, floss, or wire. You can now buy 'silent' eyelet setters to avoid disturbing the family by hammering late at night
A small hole in the fabric that is found as a decorative element on lace or on a garment in rows laced with cord. ()
A metal ring used as embellishments or to hold materials in place.
open-weave embroidery used for decoration.
A metal ring clamped around a hole in a piece of fabric. Eyelets are used to reinforce the holes through which the drawstrings pass. Sometimes called a grommet.
Grommets and eyelets are metal, plastic, or rubber rings that are inserted into a hole made through another material. They may be used to reinforce the hole, to shield something from the sharp edges of the hole, or both. ;
A fabric punched with decorative holes embroidered with stitching. An eyelet also refers to the holes punched in footwear or other lace-up garments, often reinforced with a grommet.
A small hole edged with embroidery stitches. See Boring. [ Up
a small metal ring used as a fastener on your page. You must first punch a hole with your Instant Setter - then switch the hole punch tip to corresponding setter tip, flip you page over, press down, and voila! You have an eyelet
A fabric that is designed with a series of finished patterned cutouts, or perforations, adding beauty and breathability to the garment. - Facing - A piece of fabric sewn to the inside of a garment for lining purposes, or to add structure.
a fabric decorated with cut out areas surrounded by stitching. Used for dresses, blouses, children's apparel, curtains.
A small hole in a piece of fabric designed for a cord to be thread through or used for decoration (as in embroidery).
A metal ring designed to reinforce a hole. In scrapbooking eyelets are mainly used as embellishments. They are secured (set) in place using a tool called an ‘eyelet setter' and hammer.