Paperblanks Lace Allure Ivory Veil Midi 5 x 7 Inch Lined Journal
Is there any fabric more imbued with cultural assocations than lace? A piece of delicate white lace conjures up thoughts of weddings, christenings and other ceremonial occasions. Now cast your eye to the bit of black lace and thoughts turn to mortality, mourning and eroticism. Then, if you dare, consider the almost-too-provacative slip of red lace. No more needs to be said!
Lace, which rose to popularity in the 16th century, is an openwork fabric with holes made by machine or hand. Lacemaking that involves looping, twisting and braiding threads to create the openwork patterns. As fabric, lace literally and figuratively allows us to see beneath the surface. It's used to enhance, to emphasise and to hide. It is used to denote both innocence and seduction.
- Hard Cover
- Dimensions 5 x 7 Inch
- 144 pages
- Lined 120 gsm paper
- Smythe-sewn binding - book opens flat
- Acid-free sustainable forest paper
- Elastic band closure
- Memento pouch on the inside back cover
- Ribbon page marker
- ISBN 9781439732489