2 inch Silk Taffeta Ribbon – Sold by the yard
In the 18th century this ribbon was sometimes listed as “taffety” ribbon. Made from the delicate but strong product of the silk worm it was known for its color retention, rich hues and shimmering beauty. Ribbons survive on a variety of objects from the past, including women’s, children’s, and men’s clothing, Millinery, Native American garments, pocketbooks, bags, needlework, as well as home furnishings.
- Although our ribbons are washed after dyeing it is always good to wash them once before using them. Cold water,gentle soap and air drying will help to keep your ribbons looking beautiful.