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Pleated Lace Trim

Pleated Lace Trim contains two desirable novelty elements combined for elegant additions to clothing and accessories. A pleat is created by doubling fabric back on itself, and then securing it in place and repeating the process. Pleated fabric has a complicated past as before the 20th it was quite difficult to manufacture. Pleating was often used by the elite since pleating can take a fabric from five yards to one. In the 1950's, Irish designer Sybil Connolly teamed up with Belfast handkerchief manufacturer Spence-Bryson to make access to pleated fabrics more widespread by using Irish made linen, which tends to pleat easily. Nowadays, pleats are created with heat-setting. Creative ways to utilize Mood's pleated lace trimmings would be to wrap them around the edge of a lampshade or decorative the cuff of a sleeve.

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  1. Product #: 320006 Black Ruched Floral Lace Trim - 3

      

    $9.94  / Yard
  2. Product #: 108056 1 White Pleated Lace w/ Satin Finish
    Almost Sold Out! Only 4 Left.

      

    $4.94  / Yard
  3. Product #: 108042 2.5 Black Pleaded Lace with Satin Edge

      

    $7.94  / Yard
  4. Product #: 108038 3.5 Black Pleaded Lace with Satin Edge

      

    $9.94  / Yard
  5. Product #: 108039 3.5 White Pleated Lace w/ Satin Edge

      

    $9.94  / Yard
  6. Product #: 7319 7/8 Black Pleated Lace

      

    $5.94  / Yard
  7. Product #: 300096 7/8 Black Lace

      

    $2.99  / Yard
  8. Product #: 10509 2.5 White Pleated Lace

      

    $4.99  / Yard
  9. Product #: 10624 1.125 Black Pleated Lace

      

    $3.99  / Yard
  10. Product #: 10507 2.5 White Pleated Lace

      

    $4.99  / Yard
  11. Product #: 10629 1.5 White Pleated Lace

      

    $3.99  / Yard
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Pleated Lace Trim contains two desirable novelty elements combined for elegant additions to clothing and accessories. A pleat is created by doubling fabric back on itself, and then securing it in place and repeating the process. Pleated fabric has a complicated past as before the 20th it was quite difficult to manufacture. Pleating was often used by the elite since pleating can take a fabric from five yards to one. In the 1950's, Irish designer Sybil Connolly teamed up with Belfast handkerchief manufacturer Spence-Bryson to make access to pleated fabrics more widespread by using Irish made linen, which tends to pleat easily. Nowadays, pleats are created with heat-setting. Creative ways to utilize Mood's pleated lace trimmings would be to wrap them around the edge of a lampshade or decorative the cuff of a sleeve.

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