Lace is known as the constant drive that is used for making clothes even more attractive for creating fine trimming (Kurella, 1998). Lace is an ancient craft, and is used since the 16th century, and also uses flax cloth, colored threads, and works as per geometric designs (Kurella, 1998).
Since 16th and 17th century, lace is popularly used as the main item of fashion, and is still used in the fashion industry (Kurella, 1998). It is true that, in the past, lace is not so popular, but nowadays there are many fashion designers who are suing the lace in their collections. There are various decorative techniques for making cloth attractive such as shibori, lace-making, molar, transfer printing, and many more (Toomer & Voysey, 2002). The art of lace making is referred as one form or another having existed for ages. It also includes the scriptural references in different webs like fabrics that were of rude construction, and their characteristics were identical to the production of modern skills, which is known as lace for ages (Kurella, 1998).
Till 16th century, the embroidery of open work was popular as favorite decoration and through its tangible lace, origin seems to be derived (Lillian, 1922). Firstly, the best lace came from the Genoa, Venice, and Milan. The Italians have also claimed about the invention of needle-made lace, but according to the Venetian point of view, lace is the product of the past, where else, France and England supply most fine lace in the present period of time (Lillian, 1922).