(green edging) is typically used in the finishing process of a scalloped edge. Braid is available in many different weaves and colors to fit any scheme desired. Below are a few styles that are widely used throughout the awning industry. Click on the image for a more detailed view.
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(white fabric) is usually a color that is in contrast to the cover and takes the shape of the scalloped edge at the bottom of the fabric. It can be a finished edge as shown or used in conjunction with braid.
(black fabric) is also usually a contrasting color which takes the shape of the scalloped edge at the bottom of the fabric, only difference is that the trim is raised off the bottom a predetermined amount. A raised trim valance can also be finished by hemming the base fabric or applying braid, like shown in the picture.
is another common method of finishing an awning cover. This design is much sleeker and can provide a clean edge look. A wrapped finish is most commonly used to mimic the hard lines of a building and is an excellent choice if the area is susceptible to high winds.