Beautiful White Venise Guipure Lace Trim Width 21cm Perfect for Bridal Wear

01 Overview

Beautiful White Venise Guipure Lace Trim

1 Article : AMLE00019 Color : White
2 Width : 21.0cm Repeat : 7.5cm
3 Style : Guipure Pattern : Geometric
4 Min. Order : 2 yards

02 Product Description

This Beautiful White Venise Guipure Lace Trim Width 21cm Perfect for Bridal Wear in width: 21.0cm.

Make your own lace embellishments and accessories!

Soft and stretchy!

Popular shabby White Venise Guipure Lace Trim in a wide 21cm width and a large assortment of modern and vintage color options. The guipure lace trim is perfect for creating your own custom boutique-style headbands made to the exact size that you need! This soft material is wonderful against infants’ delicate skin! Also guipure lace trim great for hair-ties, sewing, and so much more!

Sold per meters (100 cm x 21.0 cm or 1.0936 x 0.2297 yard)
Lace edge: both side
Composition: 100% polyester


  • Graphic Customization (Min. order 10000 yards)
  • Customized Logo (Min. order 100 yards)
  • Customized Packaging (Min. order 100 yards)

Care instructions:
White Venise Guipure Lace Trim



* Please note that color in reality can be different from the color on the screen!


1 Article : AMLE00019 Fabric Type : Voile
2 Repeat : 7.5cm Width : 21.0cm
3 Style : Guipure Pattern : Geometric
4 Colors : White Quality : A Grade
5 Technics : Knitted Feature : Sustainable
6 出码率 : 47.34 Y/kg Weight : 19.01 g/Y
7 Composition : 100% Polyester Certification : OEKO-TEXT

03 Questions & Answers

  1. What is clothing?

    Clothing (apparel, cloths, garment) is known as clothing for men, women, children and babies. It can be divided into mass-produced ready-to-wear (commonly known as ready-to-wear or ready-made-garment in English) and custom-made clothes (haute couture).

  2. What are the materials of clothing?

    The material of clothing includes two parts: main material (fabric) and auxiliary material (trimmings ), such as interlining, lining, padding, zipper, button, ribbon, lace, and so on.

  3. What are home and furniture textiles?

    Fibers, yarns, fabrics and finished products used in home life are considered home furnishing textiles. There are many kinds of home textile end products, such as curtains, carpets, quilts, bed sheets, pillows, pillowcases, mattresses, or mosquito nets with lace.

  4. What are gray, grey, griege or griege fabrics?

    Fabric that has not been scouring, bleaching and finishing can be called griege. Simply put, as long as it is just woven, before any further processing, it can be called griege.

  5. What is scouring?

    The process of removing oil, sizing agent, thickening material, dust etc. from fabrics during spinning and weaving by water and other solvents or souring agents. If the fabric is not scoured, it will hinder the penetration of dyes, treatment agents or water, resulting in uneven dye absorption, which will reduce the color fastness and even cause speckiness.

  6. What is bleaching?

    It is the process of using bleach to remove undesirable pigments in fibers or fabrics. It is an important preparation before dyeing.

  7. What is dyeing?

    After the fabric is pre-treated (desizing, scouring, bleaching), it interacts with dyes, assistants and water at a certain temperature and time, so that the dyes can be moved to the fibers in the fabric. As long as the equilibrium state is reached, the dye will be fixed in the fiber, that is, it has a certain color fastness and is not easy to fade (color fading). However, because the chemical composition and structure of different fibers are different, if a certain dye is used, different fibers will show different coloring effects.

04 Significance

Importance of Guipure Lace Trim

Guipure Lace Trim comes from the French word vellum, or material, and is a firm, overwhelming lace with no net foundation, according to George S. Cole, who composed A Total History of Dry Products.

Originally, it was made of a material that would break down in a lye shower. To make Guipure Lace Trim, the ancient French lacemakers would frame the diagrams of the design on the material. The designs were held together with “brides” or “bars” made with a needle and string. The designs were organized so that they might be sewn together for the back or associated by the brides to shape the design. Of course, the lace is made by machine utilizing a cotton or rayon string on an acetic acid derivation foundation. The foundation is at that point broken down, clearing out the weaved lace behind, with the personal themes being associated with the “brides.”.

Challenges of Working with Guipure Lace Trim

To begin with, the challenge of working with Guipure Lace Trim comes from its heave. The thickness of the lacing prevents it from being sewn into a crease. Its weight, moreover, implies that it needs structure to bolster it so that it holds the shape of the article of clothing.

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