Lace and Embroidery

Lace is made by working thread in a particular way to achieve a light, delicate and ornate fabric. Lace was invented in the second half of the 1500s in Venice and Flanders before spreading to many other countries.

There are many different kinds of lace. It can be made by hand, using a machine or lace pillow, twisting and weaving together from 4 to 400 strands of thread on bobbins to make a pattern held in place by pins stuck into a lace pillow.

This fabric has always been fashionable and elegant, used to create formal dresses and clothing for informal and everyday occasions. Lace is very delicate, so it needs to be treated with great care.

Always wash using a dedicate cycle or preferably by hand. The embroidery can break during intense washes and can dry out or burn if ironed at the wrong temperature. Always dry away from heat sources and in the correct shape.



How do I wash lace lingerie in the washing machine?

Lace is a delicate, fine fabric that adds a touch of elegance and femininity to any garment. However, caring for it can seem like a challenging task. In this article, we will guide you through the secrets of washing and drying lace lingerie in the washing machine without compromising its beauty and durability. You can keep your lace garments as good as new with a few tricks and the right products.

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