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Satin ribbon can be made from silk, satin, or polyester. It is often sold double faced (shiny on both sides) or single faced (shiny on one side, dull on the other). Acetate satin ribbon is made with a stiffening agent which helps prevent fraying and is polished with a shiny satin finish. It is often …Continue Reading »
Grosgrain ribbon dates back to the early 17th century, when it was commonly used for making garments and is characterized by its durable ribbed texture. The “s” is silent and the ribbon is pronounced like “grow” “grain”. It is made of corded fabric which gives it the ribbed appearance. Thick, sturdy, and durable – materials …Continue Reading »
Jute is also known as Burlap Ribbon. It is often made of natural jute fibers coming from the jute plant. It can also be made of cotton, polyester, and linens which resemble jute. Burlap can be used for many different looks but it is especially beautiful paired with lace for a rustic and country appearance.
Velvet ribbon is wonderful for many uses, including gift wrap, decorative bows, gown sashes, and hair ornamentation. It can be made from many materials including silk, cotton, linen, mohair, and wool. Velveteen fabric resembles velvet, but has a smoother surface and backing.