Embroidered & Eyelet Fabric

Let some lovely Embroidered & Eyelet Fabric from Mood’s online collection into your life! With elegant embroidered & eyelet specialty fabric by the yard, sew everything from evening gowns to custom drapery!

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  1. Item #: 429167 Famous Australian Designer White Sand Embroidered Polka Dots Woven Mesh

    Designer: Zimmermann

    $29.99  / Yard
  2. Item #: 422354 Famous Australian Designer Black Embroidered Dots Crinkled Silk Chiffon

    Designer: Zimmermann

    $27.99  / Yard
  3. Item #: 422350 Famous Australian Designer Coconut Milk and Chocolate Embroidered Dots Crinkled Silk Georgette

    Designer: Zimmermann

    $39.99  / Yard
  4. Item #: 422353 Famous Australian Designer Tofu Embroidered Dots Crinkled Silk Chiffon

    Designer: Zimmermann

    $27.99  / Yard
  5. Item #: 329000 Cashew and Brilliant White Ogee Stitched Raw Silk Matka

      

    $17.99  / Yard
  6. Item #: 329001 Raven and Brilliant White Ogee Stitched Raw Silk Matka

      

    $17.99  / Yard
  7. Item #: 328203 Peach Floral Chantilly Lace with Black Abstract Cording

      

    $34.99  / Yard
  8. Item #: 325840 Rag & Bone Zinnia Polyester Chiffon with Cotton Embroidered Circles

    Designer: Rag & Bone

    $24.99 $17.49  / Yard
  9. Item #: 325839 Rag & Bone White Polyester Chiffon with Cotton Embroidered Circles

    Designer: Rag & Bone

    $24.99 $17.49  / Yard
  10. Item #: 307748 Putty Surface Embroidered Diamond Novelty Woven

      

    $19.99  / Yard
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With an artful, head-turning beauty that dates back to the 3rd Century BC, it’s really no wonder why embroidered and eyelet fabrics are the go-to choices where everything from evening gowns to custom drapery is concerned. Initially coined “craft of two hands” in 17th Century India, embroidered and eyelet fabrics had some of their first appearances on handkerchiefs, flags, robes, tunics, slippers, and belts. The most ancient forms of embroidery were done using gold and silver threads. While eyelet creativity was executed, most notably, with lace and leather. Today, embroidered and eyelet fabric interpretations include every textile from cotton to silk to wool.

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