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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.

Chantilly Lace #1
Chantilly Lace
SKU: 00061926
US$ 101
This French Chantilly lace fabric boasts a light yellow floral pattern against the blue background. Lightweight and breathable, it was produced according to high standards of the House of Sophie Hallette.
Chantilly Lace #1
Chantilly Lace
SKU: 00061923
US$ 95
This grey Chantilly lace fabric by top French producer Sophie Hallette boasts a fancy floral pattern. Dainty arrays of flowers are arranged in a diagonal order against the intricately woven background.
Corded Lace #1
Corded Lace
SKU: 00061544
US$ 120
This cotton blend lace in dark grey comes with an all-over floral pattern, carefully outlined with tone-on-tone soutache cord. The French lace masters combine several weave patterns to create a subtle multitone effect.
Corded Lace #1
Corded Lace
SKU: 00065815
US$ 214
This exquisite Solstiss lace in celestial blue comes with an all-over floral pattern, carefully outlined with silver soutache cord. Edged with dramatic eyelash scallops, it looks like a light fairy-tale gossamer.
Corded Lace #1
Corded Lace
SKU: 00067128
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: 00067166
US$ 99
This cotton blend lace in ink blue boasts lush rose flowers, carefully outlined with tone-on-tone soutache cord. The French lace masters combine several weave patterns to create a subtle multitone effect.