Crochet laces are intricately designed laces which are generally made by using a crochet hook and finer threads stitched in a more decorative way. These laces are available in different styles, such as “filet crochet lace”, “Irish crochet lace”, “pineapple crochet lace” etc. Such laces are a great way of adding a more feminine, sophisticated and fashionable touch to any outfit. Owing to the holes and gaps in crochet laces, less yarn is used in the making which is an added benefit. Available in different sizes and hues to meet variegated demands of clients, these laces are appreciated for their shrink resistance, smooth texture, amazing designs and seamless finish.
Different edging patterns:
Crochet laces are available in different edge patterns, which are as follows:
Shell stitch edge pattern
Afghan edge pattern
Scalloped lace edge pattern
Lace edge with heart design
Vertical trim pattern
Star filet edge pattern
Special Attractions :
Appreciated across the globe for their neat weaving and spinning
High in demand owing to their requisite elasticity and high tear strength
Skin-friendly and easy to wash & maintain
Can be used for making garments, home decoration and for several other purposes
Reasonably priced and easily available
Common Uses of Crochet Laces :
Crochet laces can be used to create gorgeous, airy, light shawls of varying shapes & sizes
These can be used to create delicate and attractive headscarves.
The laces are also used to design gowns, wedding dresses, cardigans etc.
Handmade flowers can be made using crochet laces, these flowers look very appealing and unique when used for making home and office decor items.
Crochet laces are also used to make ladies bags, table covers, pillow covers and rugs.
These can be used to enhance the look of baby frocks, dolls' dresses and hairbands
Regular wool crochet laces must be hand washed in cold water
Crochet laces made from cotton, linen and ramie yarn can be machine washed on a gentle cycle either in cold or luke warm water
Only choose mild detergents
Crochet lace must be air dried
Crochet laces should be dyed with fabric friendly agents