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Lace is a delicate fabric featuring an open weblike pattern. Elegant and feminine, it is mainly known as the fabric for wedding and evening dresses. Italian and French lace trims are also widely applied for dress finishing.

This fabric type is generally all about a complex floral pattern. It is very fine and airy, which lets you combine lace with any lining and not bother about the weight of your dress. Moreover, lace doesn’t require any processing of edges, which simplifies your sewing.

Corded Lace #1
Corded Lace
SKU: 00067133
US$ 199
This scalloped lace in deep blue features blooming floral trios lined with soutache cord. Made of cotton and a blend of premium fibers, it is sheer and airy, but still durable and keeps the original appearance for a long time.
Corded Lace #1
Corded Lace
SKU: 00067135
US$ 199
This scalloped lace in slate blue features blooming floral trios lined with soutache cord. Made of cotton and a blend of premium fibers, it is sheer and airy, but still durable and keeps the original appearance for a long time.
Corded Lace #1
Corded Lace
SKU: 00067129
US$ 127
This French corded lace in navy blue features an elaborate floral pattern. The lace is edged with delicate eyelash scallops.
Corded Lace #1
Corded Lace
SKU: 00067134
US$ 199
This scalloped lace in dark blue features blooming floral trios lined with soutache cord. Made of cotton and a blend of premium fibers, it is sheer and airy, but still durable and keeps the original appearance for a long time.
Corded Lace #1
Corded Lace
SKU: 00067139
US$ 108
This dark blue lace boasts a floral pattern, carefully outlined with tone-on-tone cord. Mostly made of cotton, it has a soft hand and a billowing drape.
Corded Lace #1
Corded Lace
SKU: 00067168
US$ 102
This cotton blend lace in navy blue boasts a rounded floral pattern, carefully outlined with black soutache cord. The French lace masters combine several weave patterns to create a subtle multitone effect.