A fillet or narrow woven fabric, commonly of silk, used for trimming some part of a woman's attire, for badges, and other decorative purposes.
A narrow strip or shred; as, a steel or magnesium ribbon; sails torn to ribbons.
Same as Rib-band.
A ribbon or strip of cloth showing the award of a decoration or medal
a flattened band of white glass, usually overlaid with one or more colors
A board attached to the ends of joists at the bearing walls to provide lateral stability, closure and to transfer vertical wall loads around the joists directly to the bearing wall. Also called band, rim, skirt or box.
Distinctive pattern where the colour rolls in parallel bands over the stone
When a sauce thickens enough that when lifted, it falls in wide bands. Also, when sauce is thick enough that while stirred with a whisk, it leaves trails that expose the bottom of the pan or mixing bowl.
Ribbons are perfect for packaging, gift-wrapping, trimming and hundreds of decorative applications, limited only by your imagination.
a long strip of inked material for making characters on paper with a typewriter
notion consisting of a narrow strip of fine material used for trimming
a narrow strip or band of fine fabric
a small piece of fabric that is used for tying or decorating
a thin band of flexible material, gifts irbbons typically cloth but also
a woven narrow band of silk or other material used for adornment
wood member joined to studs to support floor joists in balloon framing.
A narrow strip of fabric often used for decoration.
Wood strip let into the studs to provide a bearing for joists.
Joist framing members at their perimeter. AKA Band.
small fabric article, usually made of silk, with a printed or embroidered slogan or likeness of a candidate, to be worn on the lapel
Normally a 1- by 4-inch board let into the studs horizontally to support ceiling or second-floor joists.
a graphical display strip that indicates attributes of an object; typically used to display deviation along a boundary
Woven material in long strips. See Fibers.
Normally a 1 X 4 board let into the studs horizontally to support the ceiling or second-floor joists
Pattern where colors roll in parallel bands across the stone.
A strip of fabric that's a favorite embellishment adding dimension and softness to your layout! You can tie them, staple them, print on them, use rub-ons on them, border photos... Our favorites: American Crafts (they're double-sided!) and BasicGrey
A narrow fabric, usually woven, and generally with a continuous-filament warp in a variety of styles for decorative and functional uses. Ribbon may also be made by slitting broad fabric. The product may have a fused edge. (See also petersham ribbon (millinery), petersham ribbon (skirt), double satin ribbon, faille ribbon, galloon, lingerie ribbon, sarsnet ribbon, single satin ribbon, taffeta ribbon.) Note.. The French term 'ruban' and the German 'Band' are incorrectly translated as 'ribbon' but are terms which embrace a wider range of woven narrow fabrics including elastic, tape and webbing.
narrow bands of rock differing to various degrees in chemical composition and color from the main body of the slate or stone; in other words, bands.
A flat, long, narrow strip of fabric made in a variety of weaves, including grosgrain, satin and velvet. Dating back to the 1300s, ribbons were originally handwoven items of luxury sought out by the French nobility to denote their social status. Today ribbons are merely decorative, but their ability to evoke membership in a special club is still an attraction of this truly unique fabric
The ribbon is a graphical user interface widget composed of a strip across the top of the window that exposes all functions the program can perform in a single place.