Made in the England
3/8" (10 mm)
One yard and 11" long remnant.
Natural white worsted lace was used as trim on British sergeant's coats. White worsted tape may also be used on civilian clothing. In 1745, in The Virginia Gazette, "RAN away from the Subscriber, living in . . . Maryland . . . Two Servant Men; one of them is a Convict . . . a Smith by Trade; had on, or with him . . . a red Cloth Jacket and Breeches, with white Trimming". Off white 35/2 or 60/2 linen thread match this tape well.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 20 February, 2020.