Smart; spruce; trim; nice.
A narrow ornamental fabric of silk, woolen, or cotton, often with a metallic wire, or sometimes a coarse cord, running through it; -- used as trimming for dresses, furniture, etc.
Woven braid used to ornament curtains, bed, and chairs. It can be very complex in design.
A narrow braid used as a decorative trimming
a ribbonlike braided fabric, used to trim garments, furniture, etc; see also guimpe
a single thicker thread which is used to outline certain parts of the lace
(drapery) this has looped or scalloped edges and is a narrow type of braid.
Name used for material which is normally glued or tacked to the edges of material where there is exposed wood.
A flat braid or round cording used to trim pillows, curtains, or upholstered pieces.
A special type of black lace used to trim certain gowns at Oxford University. This type of lace is also used by certain other universities.
An ornamental flat braid or round cord used as a trimming.
a type of braids made from strands of silk, wool or cotton, braided or twisted around a cord or wire.
Gimps are flat, narrow, woven textiles made in many styles. One or both edges of a gimp can be plain or cut or have scalloped loops.
Ornamental braid used to cover tack heads that hold fabric's edge against exposed wood.
A gimp is a flat, narrow, woven textile made in many styles. One or both edges of a gimp can be plain or cut, or have scalloped loops.
1. A core helically wrapped by one or more threads, resulting in a stiff cord. 2. An upholstery trimming usually made wholly or partly from gimp as defined above (see Argyle gimp, coronation gimp and scroll gimp).
Threads from a beam used to fill in the objects of the pattern.
Decorative braid used to conceal tacks and nails on upholstered furniture.
A woven ribbon used in upholstering to cover the heads of tacks on a piece of furniture.
thin rope or braid used as trim on fabric
Narrow flat tape, mostly for ornamental use as a trimming or finish on drapery or upholstery.
Gimp, also known as boondoggle or Scoubidou, is a type of flat, plastic thread used for making lanyards. Lanyards of this type are usually made by children and camp counselors at summer camps. This lanyard is made by weaving several pieces of gimp into a three-dimensional design.