Vintage Rose Hand Dyed Silk Ribbon from Pompom Blossom
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Six yards of dreamy hand-dyed silk ribbon in vintage rose - a subtle cool toned pale rose pink This delicate, silk ribbon is perfect for hand-tied bouquets, corsages or boutonnieres and wedding stationery. Equally it would add a luxurious touch to giftwrap and would make a beautiful addition to even the most exhaustive haberdashery collection! My hand-dyed silk ribbon is also perfectly matched with my hand-dyed paper flowers and hand-dyed ombre tissue tassels. My hand-dyed silk ribbon is available in five widths. Please use the drop-down menu option to select the width you require. Please note that pressing the ribbon does reduce the original width by up to .25 inch or 5mm. Please choose a wider ribbon if this may cause a problem. The ribbon will be sent to you bound around card. Though there is an option to purchase your ribbon on a vintage bobbin if preferred. The vintage bobbins are sourced from a old Scottish Mill and come in a range of styles and finishes, your bobbin will be selected from random. The bobbins are approximately 6 inches long (15.25cm). My ribbons are 100% silk habotai and are bias cut which gives them a nice body or stretch. Over time the cut edges will fray naturally. The cut on the bias means in a continuous spool; there is a seam every two yards and the raw unfinished edges will naturally soften with wear. The seams are finished with silk thread and just a 1/8" overlap to help create a seamless appearance throughout the spools. As the ribbons are hand-dyed there may be small marks and slight colour variations along the lengths. Please Note that you should only use a pH neutral detergent on these ribbons, and I advise no detergent at all if possible. Ribbons can be ironed on a warm/hot temperature, but I do advise carrying out your own tests first.