Eva's passion for lace reflects in all of our collections.
We love using different type of laces, knitted, crocheted, embroidered cotton or silk lace, linen lace, vintage lace to add a magical feel to all of our items and limited edition pieces.
Using lace on children’s wear items is quite unique and adds a touch of elegance to the designs. Lace was first made by Italians in 1493 and in the 16th century lace was seen as a symbol of wealth and style.
There is a certain charm to vintage lace. Sometimes this is down to the way the lace has been made and finished, especially if it’s hand made, like all the items in our collection. The idea behind our designs is that they have a timeless and vintage style that can be passed down through generations.
Vintage lace was very popular for babies and children in the early and mid-19th century.
Working with lace is a time-consuming process, that requires skill and dedication, but the end results are so worth it.
Lace is a beautiful and delicate textile. It has distinct web-like open construct, made from yard or thread . The most common yarns used in lace fabric are cotton, silk, and linen. They are looped, braided, and twisted to give lace its unique attributes.