Crane (2000) mentions that lace is known as the fabric, which is without the woven foundation, in which the patterns and open design could easily form through the interlacing threads, such as metal, silk, wool, and cotton. Lace could be used in cloth trimming, such as zigzag edging, yard lace, and insertions, or either as the inset such as ovals, medallions, squares, and triangles (Crane, 2000). It could also be used for making the napkins, making the doilies, and bedspreads like wide laces. Lace is also referred as the product that is used for decorative applied art, which is differentiated through the sheerness, airiness, and elasticity. It includes the combination of the ground, and openwork designs, or either through the contrasts of the solid design like often arise as well as the lace ground. Joslin (2009) explains that there are different motifs that are rhythmically constructed (Joslin, 2009).
It also displays the sheen, color, along with threads texture. It is often viewed as the effect of the lace, which is mainly heightened through the fabric texture and color through which the lace could be joined. Joslin (2009) explains that lace can also be made through hand or either through the machine. Handmade lace could be woven through the bobbins that are mainly turned or carved slender wool pieces, and is also working through the needle (Joslin, 2009). There is some lace that is knitted or crocheted and also imitate the bobbin lace or the lace of needlepoint. There is one type of bobbin lace, which is made through the basic patterns as per the number of inter-weavings, it mainly includes the geometric designs (Shepherd, 2009).