Lace piece

(Shipbuilding) the main piece of timber which supports the beak or head projecting beyond the stem of a ship.

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Cut a rectangle of fusible web slightly larger than the lace piece and fuse to the lace wrong side following the manufacturer's instructions.
Charlotte will wear the christening gown previously worn by brother George - a replica of a Victorian silk and lace piece used at every royal christening over seven decades.
Lace: Fashion fabric of the moment, a dramatic lace piece will send your wardrobe into 'of-the-moment' status.
Lace is the fashion fabric of the moment, a dramatic lace piece will send your wardrobe into 'of-the-moment' status.
Charlotte will wear the christening gown worn by her brother Prince George - a replica of a Victorian silk and lace piece used at every royal christening over seven decades.
These combs can also be made in a smaller version using a single pewter lace piece for a more subtle look, which are perfect for bridesmaids.
Abut the lace-strip long edges, and then zigzag stitch, catching one lace piece In each needle swing (A).
The lace pieces in the "Tissu" section are influenced by her childhood and her feelings of home, which led to her interest in mural practices.
Exquisite lace pieces and an antique quilt serve as the base for this holiday vignette.