Round Vintag Cotton Lace Trim Water Soluble Polyester Lace Trimming for Doll
Cotton Lace Trim History:
Lace was used by clergy of the early Catholic Church as part of vestments in religious ceremonies but did not come into widespread use until the 16th century in the northwestern part of the European continent. The popularity of lace increased rapidly and the cottage industry of lace making spread throughout Europe. In North America in the 19th century, missionaries spread the knowledge of lace making to the Native American tribes. St.John Francis Regis guided many women out of prostitution by establishing them in the lace making and embroidery trade, which is why he became the Patron Saint of lace making. The English diarist Samuel Pepys often wrote about the lace used for his, his wife's, and his acquaintances' clothing, and on 10 May 1669, noted that he intended to remove the gold lace from the sleeves of his coat "as it is fit [he] should", possibly in order to avoid charges of ostentatious living. Catherine of Aragon while exiled in Ampthill, England was said to have supported the lace makers there by burning all her lace, and commissioning new pieces.This may be the origin of the lacemaker's holiday - Cattern's day. On this day (25 or 26 November) lacemakers were given a day off from work, and Cattern cakes - small dough cakes made with caraway seeds, were used to celebrate.
Cotton Lace Trim Original:
The process used to tailor, patch, mend and reinforce cloth fostered the development of sewing techniques, and the decorative possibilities of sewing led to the art of embroidery. Indeed, the remarkable stability of basic embroidery stitches has been noted: It is a striking fact that in the development of embroidery ... there are no changes of materials or techniques which can be felt or interpreted as advances from a primitive to a later, more refined stage. On the other hand, we often find in early works a technical accomplishment and high standard of craftsmanship rarely attained in later times. The art of embroidery has been found world-wide and several early examples have been found. Works in China have been dated to the Warring States period (5th–3rd century BC). In a garment from Migration period Sweden, roughly 300–700 AD, the edges of bands of trimming are reinforced with running stitch, back stitch, stem stitch, tailor's buttonhole stitch, and whip-stitching, but it is uncertain whether this work simply reinforced the seams or should be interpreted as decorative embroidery.
Cotton Lace Trim Specifications:
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks|
|Payment Term||T/T; L/C……etc|
Cotton Lace Trim Advantage:
Light and transparent texture, giving an elegant and mysterious artistic experience, is widely used in women's clothing, with personal clothing is more sweet and sexy, lace fabric thick and plump, with a soft feel and texture, good elasticity, light and no pressure, dimensional stability, comfortable to wear, the color style is also very diverse, can give different visual and sensory enjoyment.embroidery, the appearance of this trim is very beautiful and unique, and loved by many friends, now on the market in the lace trim is generally used as clothing accessories to be used , Because the lace trim has a unique pattern and hollow, often mosaic in other trims, not only for the clothes to add a lot of color style, but also to show uncompromising luxury and reflect the unique characteristics of the mysterious, and now as the main ingredient frequency is also gradually increased, has also become a handicraft.
Round Vintag Cotton Lace Trim Water Soluble Polyester Lace Trimming for Doll is AZO free
Round Vintag Cotton Lace Trim Water Soluble Polyester Lace Trimming for Doll is high color-fastness
|Craft Type::||Water Soluble||Sample::||1 Yard Free|
|Use For::||Toy, Garment, Skirt||Color::||Color:|