The gauze is a loose fabric and it is this quality that gives the fabric the delicacy and lightness, also known as doup fabric, which allows air and light to pass through easily. The lightweight and breathable nature of the gauze makes it a popular choice for summer wear.
Bobbin lace is a textile lacing technique that consists of weaving threads that are initially wrapped in bobbins, called "bobbins". As the work progresses, the fabric is secured by pins pinned to a pad, which is called "mundillo". It appears during the heyday of embroidery (approximately between 1500 and 1700) and is traditionally made of linen, silk, wool and cotton.
Since the time of the pharaohs, the middle ages, the Renaissance, the industrial revolution and lastly, the present time, the flax has made history and has preserved in time, so it is not surprising to discover that the flax comes from a plant called Technically "linus ussitatíssimum" (very useful linen). Despite the many threads and fabrics that exist today, linen is elegant and sumptuous by nature, continues to enjoy the favor of more sophisticated tastes.
There are different versions on the invention of the loom. The Chinese tradition locates its invention in the time of the Yellow Emperor, whereas some have assured that the loom was invented by the South American natives. Others speculate that it was developed in the Neolithic period in Mesopotamia. The loom is a weaving machine, built with wood and classified into three large families: racks, vertical and horizontal.
The printing stamp by ornate textile blocks consists of the use of carved wooden blocks, which are impregnated in dye, then applied on the fabric and thus the drawing appears on it. It is an arduous workmanship, but gives unique results. In India where this technique was popularized and is still used today, especially as a production system of exclusive series.
The bamboo fabric is obtained from this natural plant, biodegradable and antibacterial. It is a highly sustainable resource, its growth cycle is very fast. Does not require the use of fertilizers or pesticides or pesticides.
The unraveling technique, fine craft that has become part of the cultural heritage from Mexico. It arrived in these lands along with the first Hispanic inhabitants of the region, who were inspired by the old unraveling technique of Flanders and Venice, but already enriched with the moorish seal of the Arab talavera. The indigenous and mestizo women of the area adopted this technique of embroidery to recreate the world of birds, flowers, fruits, etc.
Pleat sewn that is made in garments like adornment with origin in the Word Alozaina, Spanish municipality of the province of Malaga, Andalusia.