Stable lace is a fabric whose history dates back to the royal court. In the 16th century, Queen Bona brought lace to Poland, where it quickly became a fashionable accessory for royal attire. Although today it has a different character, it is still often chosen for various types of inserts and clothes. It is worth knowing its advantages and properties.
Stable lace is most often made of polyester, nowadays it is most often machine-made. Thanks to this, you can find the most original patterns, most often floral, plant and natural. This lace is light, does not stretch, which is why it is widely used to decorate clothing, home decorations and more. It’s easy to get a frill effect.
Stable lace will appeal to anyone who appreciates comfort and elegance at the same time.