Kneeling was once a domestic activity, which was mainly done by women in the countryside and in this way supported their families. Crocheted lace products were also the companions of many customs and customs, from baptism to marriage and death.
In 1963, there were still 13,000 lace-makers working in our localities, but in the last decade kneeling has almost ceased. Therefore, it is all the more gratifying that recently more and more designers are using lace patterns in modernly designed products. They use some old, spidery patterns that were woven from thin, even thinner and thinnest threads, and the lady’s collar had to be “just breath. ”