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rickrack

, ricrac
a zigzag braid used for trimming
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Runner-up Rickrack won a Cork handicap, off a mark of 75 last week, and the third, Warnaq, finished second to solid yardstick World War in a recent Gowran Park maiden.
The flat light illuminated the chain-link fence at the edge of the road, the weeds growing a foot high by the posts, the metal rickrack pressing into the grass, and behind, more weeds, the road with its tire ruts and center line of grass, and on the far side of that, another fence, and another orchard, and the horizon of blond hills smudging into blond sky.
All you need is one yard of fleece, three pieces of felt, ribbon for the doll's arms and legs, embroidery floss, rickrack, and stuffing, along with a needle, fabric scissors, and a piece of chalk.
The title "Vintage Notions" refers to laces, rickrack, trims, tufts, and ribbons of many colors; it also refers to the forgotten discipline and beauty of cultivating a handmade life.
As Squaw Dresses became standardized they were embellished with ribbon, rickrack, ruffles, and sequins.
I knew that my velvet shirt with its stamped-silver buttons and turquoise skirt edged in red rickrack failed to reflect the prep school aesthetic.
And there are posters, maps, illustrations, pieces of rides and dozens of employee uniforms, among them the puffy 1970s-era orange number with the rickrack around the neckline.
When I was a child, my mother and I kept a "glitter box" filled with a hodgepodge of sequins, rickrack, buttons, seed beads, old bits of jewelry, ribbons, and felt cut up into shapes.
Some fourteen such projects feature 'stamping' kids' hands on fabric with fabric paints, then using rickrack and other embellishments to liven them up.