Lace fabric is a delicate and intricate textile characterized by its openwork patterns created by looping, twisting, or braiding threads together. It's often made from fine threads like cotton, silk, or synthetic fibers and can feature floral, geometric, or other decorative motifs.

Lace can be either machine-made or handcrafted, and it's commonly used in clothing, lingerie, bridal wear, and home decor for its elegant and romantic appeal.