The macrame lace design is first stitched on a treated tissue support. Then, the embroidered tissue passes through an oven heated to 320° F (160° C). Because of the heat, the tissue dissolves and leaves behind only the embroidered pattern. It is this particular process that gives macrame lace its unique appearance and texture.
Macrame lace is very long to make, thousand and thousand stitches are needed. For the most of our collection, one day is required on our embroidery machine for 24 inches drop