A tubular shaped trim along exterior edges, that is decorative and also helps to keep the exterior shape of a handbag or piece of luggage. Handbag with tan piping Made by - DOONEY & BOURKE photo provided by substatic Handbag with white piping Made by - BILL DORF photo provided by substatic Handbag with brown piping Made by - FENDI photo provided by substatic Handbag with dark blue piping Made by - GUCCI photo provided by substatic Handbag with light blue piping Made by - OLD NAVY photo provided by substatic
rounded strips of leather that run up the side seams of the boots. Sewn dead center between the back and front of the boot, piping can be in the same color or a contrasting color of leather to make the boot or its stitching patterns stand out more.
Made by covering a cord with fabric Quilting A Technique for padding a fabric - the common method uses a layer of wadding and a backing cloth as well as the face fabric. The layers are then anchored together using decorative stitching techniques. Repp A coarse fabric with a ribbed appearance
This is a way of making shapes like bows, leaves, stars, flowers, or design patterns using icing. A pastry bag is filled with soft icing, then squeezed through a selection of different shaped tips onto the wedding cake, where it hardens. Royal icing is often used for this, as it can easily be colored and is not strongly flavored.
The internal erosion and carrying away of fine material from within a soil as the result of a flow of water. It refers to the pipe-shaped discharge channel left by erosion which starts at the point of exit of a flow line which exits on the ground surface; typically beneath embankments or on slopes where perched groundwater may seep out.
Also known as tunneling, a condition occurring in an incompletely bonded laminate characterized by release of longitudinal portions of the substrate and delamination of theses portions to form these pipelike structures. The material fails to adhere to release paper or film tightly enough and a line of air forms between them. Usually starts at one edge and works across web.
Where used in this code, "piping" refers to either pipe or tubing, or both. Pipe. A rigid conduit of iron, steel, copper, brass or plastic. Tubing. Semirigid conduit of copper, aluminum, plastic or steel.