What is Tulle Embroidery?
This type of machine embroidery can be developed on different kinds of tulle or net base, such as cotton, polyester, polyamide or nylon. The most exquisite of all being a cotton tulle, which are still only produced on highly specialised cotton tulle machines in England and France. Nowadays, cotton tulle embroidery is very popular among vintage clothing and bridal.
How does it work?
In order to protect that base fabric from ripping, a water-soluble fabric is placed on top of the tulle before embroidering it. This layer of fabric is later dissolved, allowing only the embroidered stitching and the net to remain. Any yarn, cotton, polyester, polyamide, lurex and even wool can be embroidered onto the tulle fabric.
Where can I get it?
With AnbBella you can now source high-end European Tulle Embroidery allover fabrics and trims from only 2m.
Our on cotton, poyamide or nylon embroidered tulle is designed and produced locally in Austria and Switzerland. With more than 60 years of experience in the textile industry, AnBella Designs English Lace has a very precise finishing and is simply not comparable to any choice sourced in the far east.
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How to work with it?
Embroiderd net fabric can be used in many way when tailoring clothes. Use a vintage look cotton tulle embroidery fabric for a playful girly dress, or an elegant polyester based dark tulle trim for a fancy evening gown. Tulle net fabric is quite fragile, however you can use the edge of the trims for a neat seam.
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