Ribbon Bazaar Sheer Organza 1-1/2 inch Peach 100 Yards 100% Nylon Ribbon

Ribbon Bazaar Sheer Organza 1-1/2 inch Peach 100 Yards 100% Nylon Ribbon

Ribbon Bazaar Sheer Organza 1-1/2 inch Peach 100 Yards 100% Nylon Ribbon

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  • SHEER ORGANZA NYLON RIBBON - Embellish luxuriously with this sheer organza ribbon from Ribbon Bazaar. A mainstay in the ribbon world, sheer chiffon ribbon organza features a crisp fabric made from a diaphanous nylon weave.
  • An excellent choice for gift-wrapping and event decorations where a lot of bows will be used and both sides of the ribbon will be visible. The sheer base of our wide organza ribbon features a subtle sheen that will elevate the appearance of any gift.
  • ASSORTED WIDTHS & COLORS - This sheer chiffon ribbon comes in a large selection of almost 60 colors which are available in several width and length options.
  • Neatly finished around the edges, the ribbon features an innate firmness that helps it retain different shapes like flowers, butterflies and bows. Use your ribbon organza to enhance floral bouquets, wreaths, gift wrapping, cake decorating and more.
  • Sheer plain weave fabric, which means that it is woven in an extremely low density that results in a lightweight and versatile decorative ribbon. The ribbon is also fully waterproof, making it the perfect choice for florists and outdoor decor.

Item Number: 5549
Dimensions: 5.88 x 5.88 x 1.73 inches
Weight: 0.43 lb

Ribbons were first woven more than a thousand years ago, in France. What makes a ribbon loom so special is how more than one fabric can be woven into a web at once. Looms that can do this are very sophisticated, which is why ribbons are a relatively modern invention. But soon, each nation in medieval Europe had its own ribbon-weaving center. In Krefeld, Germany, for example, they specialized in black velvet ribbon. In Leiden, Netherlands, in the 16th century, weavers caused riots because of the specialty of these ribbon-looms over their own. As a result, ribbon-looms were banned from use. It wasn't until 1745 that improvements in the ribbon loom led to a shared usage for weavers at large, and ribbon-weaving became more common. Although ribbon has been used in lingerie for centuries, it wasn't until about twenty years ago that the fashion industry started to really make use of ribbon in everyday wear. As a result of high demand, much of the world's ribbon production moved to China, where production costs were lower and quality could remain high.

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