A lace made from the combination of spun fibers of the taffelberry bush and soft silk.
Tiny hearts are knitted and strung together by a single strand, giving the lace its name. Olvi girls are traditionally taught this stitch by an elder female in her family cozied up to a winter's fire over tarts and tea, where they learn of life and love and enjoy the fruits of their labor. The lace will hold dye easily, however, undyed it is a soft lilac color. It's mainly used as an edging or overlay and should not be used as a whole dress or shirt as one tug of a string could release the entirety of the worked piece.
This material must be provided for alterations.