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What is lace?

Original French designation for lace made of natural colored silk. The name refers to the light color of the silk (blonde = light). Gradually, the term was used for lace in all colors. Now, the word is most commonly used in different manufacturing techniques that mimic lace. A lace is a material of woven threads. Lace can be made by hand or by machine. Lace is produced by various techniques which give the lace names e.g. Jacquard, Leavers Lace, Guipure, Juliette and Chantilly. The quality of lace varies greatly depending on how much and which thread is used and the complexity of the pattern. Calais Leavers Lace is the most common for exclusive lingerie and can best be compared to a lace lace ..

Use of lace in sewing projects

Lace is elegant, beautiful and seductive - Lace is largely a part of fashion because of its timeless style. Lace is perfect for the home if you need to sew a nice tablecloth or use it as a table runner for the festive table when guests arrive at home. Lace can also be used to create an elegant dress, a stylish and stylish blouse to suit everyday or festive events. Lace can be used for many things due to its elegant fabric and patterns.When it comes to skirts or the bottom of dresses, it is most obvious to use the lace as the outermost layer in a classic pencil skirt / tight-fitting dress or to walk in the opposite trench and have a lot of width that is shaped at the waist with the calf or wrinkly. At the waist you can sew a waistband if it is a skirt. In a dress you can have a shapely top so you get a vintage inspired design with a slim waist and wide skirt.Get inspired to use the edge of your lace fabric as an end to the garment, and see how you can cut it to make the edge at the bottom of your garment a beautiful design detail - without having to contend with layouts.

Washing tips for lace

We always recommend that you follow the washing instructions that you can find by clicking on the individual fabric products and then looking under the washing instructions. Wash your lace on the wrong side to reduce wear and extend the life of your lace. Furthermore, we recommend that you always wash your lace before use. Surplus color can often be left in the blonde, and washing the blonde before using will reduce the amount of that color.In principle, lace must be washed by hand, but can sometimes withstand a gentle program in the machine. If they choose to wash lace in the machine, they should choose a wash powder designed for hand washing and place the fabrics in a closed pillowcase. After washing, they must iron the lace to regain the original stiff and smooth look.

We are always looking for the best qualities so you don't have to go down on good lace.