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Petersham Ribbon

The world’s most beautiful and useful ribbon that does not fray or unravel.

Petersham ribbon is often confused with grosgrain ribbon, however, Petersham has a scalloped edge. This gives the ribbon ‘turning’ qualities that allows for shaping, which is a fundamental requirement for millinery applications and blazer binding.

Petersham ribbon is a thick, flexible, woven ribbon which allows it to take on the particular curve of a fabric. This makes it useful for obtaining a smooth edge on the brim of a hat or trim, without puckering or forming wrinkles.

Petersham is the ribbon of choice for milliners and discerning schools wanting to trim their blazers with a distinctive single colour.

DELICATE enough to wrap gift boxes.
ELEGANT enough to adorn the smartest Race Day hat.
TOUGH enough to withstand years of schoolyard wear & tear.

SPECIFICATIONS

Available in:

  • both a Polyester and Rayon range
  • 120 colours in Polyester
  • 80 colours in Rayon
  • widths from 4mm to 75mm
  • 30 metre rolls

Available in the following widths:

  • 4 mm
  • 6 mm
  • 9 mm
  • 12 mm
  • 15 mm
  • 19 mm
  • 25 mm
  • 32 mm
  • 38 mm
  • 50 mm
  • 75 mm

KEY FEATURES

  • Durability
  • Strength
  • Able to be shaped
  • Ability to maintain form and colour
  • Ability to withstand the rough and tumble of school life
  • Does not fray or unravel

APPLICATIONS

  • School blazer binding
  • Hat binding
  • Hat bands & trim
  • School awards & house colours
  • Hanging medals and medallions
  • Trim for fashion items and accessories such as: skirts; shirts; jackets; shoes; belts and handbags.

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