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Eyelet Lace Fabric

Fresh and summery, this machine sewable, 100% cotton fabric eyelet lace is perfect for children’s clothing or for adding a light feminine touch to adult apparel. High-end cotton adds breathable chic to any outfit. Very popular for summer collections English Lace is mainly used for full-embroidered dresses on blouses or tops.

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With more than 60 years of industry experience every single AnBella Designs product consists of highest standard materials and shows precise finishing, bringing excellent Swiss quality embroidery back alive.

Lace Fabric

Cotton Eyelet Lace

13.17  excl. VAT

Lace Fabric

Cotton Eyelet Lace

14.94  excl. VAT
15.41  excl. VAT
12.46  excl. VAT

Lace Fabric

Eyelet Lace Fabric

15.50  excl. VAT

Lace Fabric

Eyelet Lace Fabric

15.84  excl. VAT

Lace Fabric

Eyelet Lace Fabric

14.99  excl. VAT

Lace Fabric

Eyelet Lace Fabric

15.38  excl. VAT

Lace Fabric

Eyelet Lace Fabric

14.23  excl. VAT

Lace Fabric

Eyelet Lace Fabric

15.24  excl. VAT

Lace Fabric

Eyelet Lace Fabric

14.18  excl. VAT
17.26  excl. VAT
16.40  excl. VAT
24.49  excl. VAT
28.13  excl. VAT
11.25  excl. VAT
12.17  excl. VAT
13.28  excl. VAT
28.46  excl. VAT
-18%
28.40  23.29  excl. VAT

Eyelet Lace Fabric is characterized by patterns composed of round or oval holes, called eyelets, which are cut out of the fabric, then bound with overcast or buttonhole stitches. The patterns, often depicting flowers, leaves, vines, or stems, are further delineated by simple embroidery stitches made on the surrounding material. Later broderie anglaise also featured small patterns worked in satin stitch. In the Victorian era, broderie anglaise typically had open areas in many sizes. Transfers were used first to lay out the design on the material. In some cases, the holes were punched out with an embroidery stiletto before finishing the edge; in other cases, the fabric was embroidered first, and the hole was cut afterwards, with scissors. Beginning in the 1870s, the designs and techniques of broderie anglaise could be copied by the Swiss hand-embroidery machine. Today, most broderie anglaise is created by machine.