Handmade Lace: Nanduti Lace. "A lace known as 'Tennerife' developed in the Canary Islands and Spain and then spread to Latin America where it was called 'Nanduti.' Radiating circular scaffolds of threads were first stretched on a base, and fancy fillings were needle-woven on these threads. This piece dates from the early 20th century but such lace is still produced. Unfortunately, few current examples have this delicacy."