This white guipure lace fabric comes in an ornate floral pattern. A true tatting style masterpiece, it is soft and delicate – you barely see the fine braids that connect the flowers. The original handcrafted tatted lace is a bobbin lace made of a series of knots and loops.
This French lace fabric is best suited for bridal dresses and finishing. Tender, it will make delicate overlays and feminine apparel accents. Make it the main fabric of your outfit, or pair it up with some French or Italian silk for more opacity. You can also use it to give one's hem, sleeve or decollete a romantic touch.
Guipure lace fabric is a type of bobbin lace that consists of raised elements interconnected with bars and subtle plaits. One of the most elegant lace types, it is also known as Venetian lace, and is a surefire trend for bridal and evening dresses in 2018. This lace can also be used to finish skirts, bodices or trains. Guipure lace is distinguished by thick outline that accentuates the beauty and splendour of the pattern. This lace is durable and easy to sew with.
Bridal couture fabrics are exclusive designs created by the finest European manufacturers. These are various laces, tulles and silks embroidered with sparkling beads, glistening sequins, voluminous appliques and shimmering threads. Perfect for wedding gowns and accessories, they come in a traditional color palette - white, ecru, ivory, cream, off-white.
One couture fabric is enough to build an impeccable look, whether you are a bride or a bridesmaid. Beaded lace is ideal for wedding dresses, bodices and accents, while luxury tulle makes for the best overlays and veils. From top quality solid silks to intricately patterned designs, there's a wide range of bridal fabrics for you to choose from when you're preparing for the big day.
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All fabrics on our website are priced by the running meter. The term "running meter" or "linear meter" is used in the fabric industry.
To convert meters to yards, use the conversion factor 0.9144. In other words,
1 Yard = 0.9144 Meters
1 Metre = 1.0936 Yards