One of the most basic lace techniques is that of the cloth or linen braid made with a small number of bobbins. The tapes of lace can be made to create intricate patterns. There are exquisite examples of very fine lace tape lace laces using a variety of lace stitches found in modern Milanese lace. Indigenous examples of tape lace can be found throughout Europe including: Austria, Crete, Czech, Slovakia, Germany (Schneeberger Spitze) Spain (Hinonsja or 'witch lace')