A narrow tapelike fabric used for binding hats, shoes, etc., -- sometimes made ornamental.
A similar bordering or binding of rich material, such as gold lace.
Braid, lace or ribbon woven from silver, gold or silk threads, used for trimming upholstery, uniforms and sometimes dresses.
An old name for various kinds of braid used in upholstery.
(gu loon'): a braid, as of cotton, silk or metallic thread, used for trimming or binding
A lace or embroidery which has two decorative edges. END USE: Used as a top trim on garments and home dec projects. View Image
Lace having both edges scalloped.
1. Ribbon used as a band on men's hats and as a binding on ladies' court shoes originally with 2/2 warp rib weave with a plain weave binder separating the selvedge and known as double shot. A plain woven construction using thicker weft is often substituted. 2. Any woven narrow fabric used for trimming.
A narrow band of lace, embroidery or thread with scalloped sides used as a trim.
A narrow band of fabric or trim made of lace, metallic thread or embroidery.
A type of gimp using narrow tape in the finishing of uphostery in antique furniture