Over at "With Strings Attached" Nann has posted some vintage notions she posted. Of course that got me thinking about rickrack! You can see the post here. I never knew about the Wrights coupons that she wrote about.
Many of my local sunbonnet quilts feature dresses that are embellished with rickrack.
There's a lot you can do with rickrack and from time to time I include it in a doll quilt or wallhanging. Probably one of my favorite things I've seen done with rickrack is this that I found on pinterest:
I looked up the history of Rickrack and found it was invented in the mid 1800s but wasn't called "rickrack" until 1880. A really good blog post about rickrack history is here.
A popular border from the 1930s:
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