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  • They earn the name pointelle from the little points or dots cut out of the fabric, like eyelette but tinier.

    Intimate Guide

  • Courtesy of Target Blue pointelle sweater, $39.99; dot-printed shirt dress belt not included, $39.99

    Jason Wu for Target Collection

  • Women: For a day event, Ms. London recommends wearing a pair of modern jeans—skinny, flared or boot-cut, whatever is most flattering to her specific body type—a chic pair of ankle boots with a stacked heel or wedges, finished off by a silk blouse, perhaps a shell sleeveless top with detailing such as pointelle or lace or ruffles.

    Ace the School Reunion

  • - A very cute grey V-neck, empire-waist sweater in a slightly pointelle-ish knit that looks like it might not necessarily be maternity wear.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Towns like Patamban and its green stoneware and delicate fine dishes, Capula and its pointelle and sometimes ornate designs of its pots, casseroles, and dishes, Tzintzuntzan and its pots and serving pieces, Santa Fe de la Laguna and its traditional black incense burners and candelabra decorated with tiny drops, San Jose de Gracia and its famous pineapples, Zinapécuaro and its dip-glazed pieces, and Santo Tomás and Huáncito -- all are dedicated to glazed pottery.

    The artesanias of Michoacan - an introduction

  • The new collection for autumn/winter 2007-08 captures the spirit of the kasbah style and features beautiful knitwear with pointelle pattern in a soft mohair fabric, as well as styles influenced by a Kasbah signature: the harlequin argyle pattern.

    Kitten Fashion Week Takes the Stage at the Standard Hotel Downtown

  • On Friday at New York's St. Regis Hotel, just two hours before showing the first collection he designed since his breakthrough, Mr. Wu worked backstage pinning and stitching a finely draped cocktail dress of black silk tulle with embroidered red hash marks — a modern sort of pointelle — onto a model.

    Life After the First Lady

  • From sasawashi, a linen-like fabric made from Japanese leaf rich with anti-allergen and anti-bacterial properties, to bamboo pointelle, a butter-soft, highly sustainable fabric, Linda works tirelessly to find and develop the highest quality, most ecologically sound textiles.

    SUSTAINABLE STYLE SUNDAYS: Linda Loudermilk | Inhabitat

  • There is also a novelty “sleeve glove” in a finer gauge pointelle knit yarn.

    Natural and Organic Gifts

  • Anthropologie had a pointelle knit one last year that I loved, but looked awful on me.

    Boden, Boden, Boden - A Dress A Day

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