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2. The Technical Designer

A technical designer works side by side with a drafter in interpreting the idea to construct the meant identity of the lace while guiding how the loom should be weaved. Milace’s technical designers bring the vague imagination come to light without compromising the whole essence of what the drafter wants to tell through a lace.

1. The Drafter

A drafter is storage of initial ideas in the form of raw sketch of the lace pattern. The dafter can explore the idea by flipping on the pages of treasured archives and sketching all that goes through in the mind while contemplating the lines, shapes, and color on a piece of paper.

4. The Threader

A threader has a responsibility to untie the copper spool from a carriage before stepping into weaving process on the loom. The procedure of threading process takes all the nimbleness from all levels. A threader can also be called the hands of magic due to the fact that the job will also determine the making process and the result of the lace.

3. The Lacemaker

The job of lacemaker requires a great patience, a highly aesthetic taste, and sharp attention to details. Loom is where the magic is brewed with a perfect composition of threads that will make the existence of Milace’s lace worth the process.

6. The Inspector

The inspectors are those who were born with very sensitive senses. The job is about spotting the most visible to the tiniest flaws on lace and what should fixed in order to make it as precious as it is supposed to be. As a rule, the job is usually done by the so-called expert in examining the messed up thread and unwanted bumps that can lessen the beauty of the outcome coming freshly out of the loom.

5. The Winder

Winding is a job for the eagle-eyes because every winder needs to keep their eyes on the thousands of threads crossing and rolling and make sure there would not be a single strand of thread making a mess. The winding master is once in a blue moon since the operation is done alone and by hand, which in other words, takes a super sharp attention and skill to provide a perfection served in the form of a bundle of threads for the lace.

8. The Colorist

A colorist has one of the most major tasks in lace making process. Having inspected and mended, the naked lace, at this point, is ready for color soaking up. The coloring process occurs in an area far from the neighborhood to prevent the air and water pollution. The color recipe has always been prepared through a deeply creative contemplation based on what will be shouting out through a piece of lace.

7. The Mender

A mender does all the fixes after a lace is inspected by the inspector. This is pretty much where the magic takes place because all the holes, bumps, and defects will be done up skillfully and beautifully by the hands of experienced mender until all the threads sewn will look flawless.

9. The Scalloper

The job of Scalloper is to give the nearly done lace a final check and touch such as curving the borders of the lace from each other and cutting off the superfluous thread that give the lace a disorganized look and make sure that the lace will have a look of a masterpiece.

1. The Drafter

A drafter is storage of initial ideas in the form of raw sketch of the lace pattern. The dafter can explore the idea by flipping on the pages of treasured archives and sketching all that goes through in the mind while contemplating the lines, shapes, and color on a piece of paper.

2. The Technical Designer

A technical designer works side by side with a drafter in interpreting the idea to construct the meant identity of the lace while guiding how the loom should be weaved. Milace’s technical designers bring the vague imagination come to light without compromising the whole essence of what the drafter wants to tell through a lace.

3. The Lacemaker

The job of lacemaker requires a great patience, a highly aesthetic taste, and sharp attention to details. Loom is where the magic is brewed with a perfect composition of threads that will make the existence of Milace’s lace worth the process.

4. The Threader

A threader has a responsibility to untie the copper spool from a carriage before stepping into weaving process on the loom. The procedure of threading process takes all the nimbleness from all levels. A threader can also be called the hands of magic due to the fact that the job will also determine the making process and the result of the lace.

5. The Winder

Winding is a job for the eagle-eyes because every winder needs to keep their eyes on the thousands of threads crossing and rolling and make sure there would not be a single strand of thread making a mess. The winding master is once in a blue moon since the operation is done alone and by hand, which in other words, takes a super sharp attention and skill to provide a perfection served in the form of a bundle of threads for the lace.

6. The Inspector

The inspectors are those who were born with very sensitive senses. The job is about spotting the most visible to the tiniest flaws on lace and what should fixed in order to make it as precious as it is supposed to be. As a rule, the job is usually done by the so-called expert in examining the messed up thread and unwanted bumps that can lessen the beauty of the outcome coming freshly out of the loom.

7. The Mender

A mender does all the fixes after a lace is inspected by the inspector. This is pretty much where the magic takes place because all the holes, bumps, and defects will be done up skillfully and beautifully by the hands of experienced mender until all the threads sewn will look flawless.

8. The Colorist

A colorist has one of the most major tasks in lace making process. Having inspected and mended, the naked lace, at this point, is ready for color soaking up. The coloring process occurs in an area far from the neighborhood to prevent the air and water pollution. The color recipe has always been prepared through a deeply creative contemplation based on what will be shouting out through a piece of lace.

9. The Scalloper

The job of Scalloper is to give the nearly done lace a final check and touch such as curving the borders of the lace from each other and cutting off the superfluous thread that give the lace a disorganized look and make sure that the lace will have a look of a masterpiece.