Broderie Anglaise Lace
Broderie Anglaise Lace trimming in flat or gathered colours and widths. The trim come in either flat or gathered with different patterns, widths and different colours. The lace is an open embroidery, typically in floral patterns on a fine cotton or linen fabric.
This is a white work needlework technique incorporating features of embroidery and needle lace that became associated with England. It is characterised 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 depict flowers, leaves, vines, or stems by simple embroidery stitches made on the surrounding material.
These lace are from 1 inch – 2 3/4 inch width either in with white or ivory background with many different colours stitching either just white or a single colour or more popular a a variety of colours.