White Cotton Twill Tape - knitsewcraft.co.uk online store

Our versatile traditional unbranded woven white colour standard cotton twill tape (also called India tape) is used for flag bunting strings and pennants, piping, apron strings, sturdy ties on closing garments (hospital gowns) and privacy curtains, workwear apparel, chair garden seat pads/chair cushion ties, casings, quilt cover ties, crafts, seam binding, dressmaking, lightweight purses/shopping bag handles. We stock a range of different widths and our twill tape is sold by the reel and in cut to order lengths (half a metre, one metre, five metres, ten metres). The smallest size, 6mm, is often used to make glove/mitten ties. Some of our stock photographs feature a wooden bobbin - this is for display purposes only and is not supplied with any of our tapes. Please note that all cut to order tapes and webbings are not returnable and are excluded from our returns policy. Some of our stock photographs feature a wooden bobbin - this is for display purposes only and is not supplied. Our complete range of webbing tape can be viewed on this linkTo see our range of half metre lengths of tapes, trimmings, braid and webbings, please click here. We also stock professional cake decorating and baking equipment, at low prices. To view our range of Little Venice Cake Company products, please click here

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Because our narrow fabrics are obtained from a wide range of suppliers, the actual size, shape and shade of each different reel may vary, due to different manufacturing methods and this is beyond our control. Please bear in mind that meterages are guides and not precise units. Slight creasing on the reel may occur, due to suppliers storage time and the distance the cotton has travelled before it reaches us. Any creasing should disappear when gently pressed out with your iron set on a medium temperature. If you are purchasing more than one, cut to order length of tape, we will supply a continuous length of fabric whenever possible. Reels of tape may be pinned to the reel, or joined in places by the manufacturer due to the large quantity of tape on the reel

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