Linen Plain Weave Striped Tape--Sold By The Yard
This Linen Plain Weave Striped Tape is one of many variations of linen tapes found in the 17th-19th centuries. While advertisements sometimes listed only "tapes" they often described tapes with name or pattern, such as this advertisement from The Pennsylvania Gazette in October 1761. The Anders Berch collection includes striped linen tape made by the manufacturer Lendal in Alingas, Sweden in 1755.
Our Linen Plain Weave Striped Tape is:
- 100% linen & 3/8 inches wide.
- Perfect for narrow bindings, decorative trim, closures and anywhere else you might use tape on garments or household items.
- Choice of 5 different stripe colors on a natural ground.
- Sold by the yard.
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