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Making The Most Out Of Your Ribbon Trim!

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If you are a regular to Patchwork Panda, then you surely have plenty of know-how when it comes to crafting. We pride ourselves on sharing crafting ideas with our customers, as well as encourage feedback from our customers. There are so many uses for our wholesale fabric trim that it is nearly impossible to enumerate them all. The same can be said of our ribbon trims, and today were going to talk about a few ideas for using ribbon trim, some of which have come from our customers and some of which are our own. Ribbon trim is such a classic device for pulling all the pieces of a project together. On occasion the ribbon trim acts as the focal point of a design, but usually, it is an accent- an accent that serves to pull all the other pieces together. Ribbon trims can be very versatile, and come in a variety of designs such as lace, themed patterns, beaded, and so on. At Patchwork Panda, we have an enormous selection of fabric trims to choose from, and whatever your craft style may be, we are sure to have what you need. Ribbon Trim has been used for centuries, and many of our ideas have been pulled from the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries, when fabric trim was used on clothing frequently. For this reason, if you have a classically-themed wedding, ribbon trim can work fabulously on wedding favors or on your wedding dress itself. They look great on veils, flower girl’s basket, and table decorations. Ribbon trim are perfect on doll clothing and dollhouse furnishings, costumes, pillows, curtains, books, bookmarks, hats, purses, belts, and headbands. The possibilities are endless. We could literally go on and on. They work in the designing of awards or sashes for pageants. They also look lovely on party decorations, and because some trims are themed, they can come with patterns appropriate for any holiday. Shop our selection of ribbon trims to find the perfect accent to your project. And please, let us know what other great ideas you come up with! www.patchworkpandatrims.com - See more at: http://blog.patchworkpandatrims.com/making-the-most-out-of-your-ribbon-trim/#sthash.2wb1K4oP.dpuf