SALE! 15% OFF! Offered are two packets of original Wright's E Z Trim sewing tape from the early 20th century. If you are planning on using authentic trim in making repairs on vintage items or for doll clothing, this should capture your interest. It is a wide tape alternating between pink and white percale. One of the packets is still in its original packaging, so we have some additional information: these were made in the USA of percale with "fast color." The back of the packet advertises Wright's bias tape and includes an instruction sheet. An internet search appears to indicate that EZ Trim was introduced in the 1920's. Wright's was an early sewing trim maker and the name is still used today. The packet says this trim is 1 1/2" wide ("28" which we think is the early numbering system indicating width). It is 2 yards. The second packet is not in the original packaging, but we measured and it is also about 2 yards. Please note the first 5" of this packet is smudged. This second piece seems to be on an original cardboard packet which has Wright's advertising on it once the tape is unwound. Original price $25 Item 1008c Lot 1/1/8
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