lacework : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n work consisting of (or resembling) lace fabric
- It is a steel and concrete lacework of fountains, arches and pinnacles that would be far more at home among the temples of Bangkok than in bungalow-land.
- Peering out, passengers saw a frozen and desolate scene: a big black river wandering amid a lacework of sloughs, and empty leagues of snow and spruce.
- There he imitates a grape arbor's lattice in textiles and lacework, borders a saint with pretzels that were originally baked to imitate hands clasped in prayer, in a secular .
News & Articles
- 7FR Cutline Lace Days
Marie Bassett, Orem, and Rebecca Clark, Payson, chat as they work on their bobbin lacework. They were among many of the lacers who eagerly attended Lace Days, belong to the Academy Square Lace…
July 17, 2013 - Provo Daily Herald
- Stanley Wells in CNN International
The portrait "shows a man wearing expensive costuming, including a very beautifully painted ruff of Italian lacework which would have been very expensive," Wells said.