This white guipure lace trim boasts an ornate floral pattern. It is a true tatting style masterpiece. The original handcrafted tatted lace is a bobbin lace made of a series of knots and loops. Use this trim to give your 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.
Lace trim is a delicate embellishment that imbues various clothing with the charming womanliness of lace. Even a narrow strip of lace can give a new life to your garments. Created by such iconic European lace manufacturers as Sophie Hallette, Riechers Marescot, Solstiss, HOH, Ruffo Coli or Jakob Schlaepfer, lace trims will give your outfits the vibe of luxury.
Most people think that lace trim fabric is used for applique and garment embellishment. But what pieces of clothing are complimented by such adorning? It looks equally chic made into:
When it comes to high-quality trims, silk Chantilly lace is one of the most popular choices both for evening dresses and day dresses – all because of its look, feel and hand. Feminine and airy, a white lace trim is perfect for a bridal dress or a wedding gown. Red Chantilly lace trims are a go-to option for power pieces like a backless evening dress.
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All fabrics on our website are priced by the 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