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Lace

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Lace fabric is a favorite fabric for formal garments like wedding gowns and for delicate intimate wear and lingerie. The actual term lace is a Middle African word from the Latin derivative, Laqueus, which means to ensnare or entice. Even its word origin, Lace, conjures images of the most feminine of all woven fabrics. The first Lace fabric was made popular in The 16th Century by fashion royalty and innovator Marie Antoinette as well as by many other individuals of high society throughout Italy, France, Austria and the wealthier countries of Europe at that time. Development of lace fabrics began to snowball toward the end of the 16th century with the progression of needle lace to bobbin lace. Lace fabrics have always been made of luxe yarns by weaving them into open, web-like designs. The pattern followed for lace weaves are partially see-through adding to the aesthetic appeal of lace fabric. Shop wholesale lace fabric and lace fabric by the yard at fabricandsewing.com