Aemilia Ars essay / essai

Rectangle de 2 x 4 pouces. Fil d'écosse no 30.
Patron et explications tirés des livres de Mmes Bellomo, D'Alessandro et Monteventi "Corso Base" vol 1 et vol 2.
Rectangle of 2 x 4 inches. fil d'Écosse No. 30.
Pattern and explanations from the books of Ms. Bellomo, D'Alessandro and Monteventi "Corso Base" vol 1 and vol 2.

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Comment by Carolyn Wetzel on August 4, 2015 at 4:13pm

Beautiful work! Your scalloped triangles are perfection.

Comment by Carmelina Andrade on August 4, 2015 at 12:15pm

Perfect. Congratulations.

Comment by Elizabeth Ligeti. on July 17, 2015 at 8:34pm

The "Lace IOLI" site has a section about the convention.  I am not going this year, - we are staying home - for health reasons, - and old age, too!!  Pity - I would love to be there!!

It is good to have different ways of working lace, and fun to try the different ways.  Perhaps if I do more A.Ars type lace, I will be mor3e comfortable working that way.  I Must get my Challenge piece finished for the Guild of Needlelaces, then try the Embroidered lace - Reticella set within fabric. that is next on my list to try!!!

Oh Dear !!- I need more hours per day...!!!!!!!!!! :)

Comment by Christiane Machabée on July 17, 2015 at 11:54am

Liz. Je suis comme vous, je préfère coucher un fil de trace, mais il est intéressant de vivre une expérience semblable à celle de l’Aemilia Ars, car cette technique, ou une partie, peut éventuellement être utilisée dans toutes autres dentelles modernes... et merci pour vos gentils commentaires!
Et qu'en est-il cette année de la convention aux É.-U.? Je n'ai rien lu à ce propos.

I'm like you Liz, I prefer to couch a fil de trace, but it is interesting to live a similar experience to that of Aemilia Ars because this technique, or a part of it, can potentially be used in all other modern lace ... and thank you for your nice comments!
And what about this year's convention in the US? I have not read anything about it.

Comment by Elizabeth Ligeti. on July 16, 2015 at 11:26pm

  This piece is lovely, and beautifully worked.

I find this way of working harder than laying an outline!  But I suppose it is what one gets used to, and I Must do more AA types pieces - I have the 3 Italian books "Fiori,"  etc.so no excuses!!  thse thicker thread gives more substance to the lace, and gives it a crisper look.

Comment by Christiane Machabée on July 15, 2015 at 8:41am

Janet,

Vous êtes celle qui, la première, m'avez donné le goût de tenter cet exercice. Non, il n'y a pas de fil de trace en tant que tel, mais les points d'appui se construisent, comme le dit Yolande, selon un calcul savant qui ne permet pas de distraction. Dans l'attente de voir votre prochain travail et merci.

Janet. You are the the first one who gave me the taste to try this exercise. No, there is no fil de trace as such, but the support points are built, like Yolande said, according to a scientist calculation which does not allow distraction either. Waiting to see your next work and thank you.

Comment by Janet Peer on July 14, 2015 at 6:19pm
Congratulations!!! You tried AA and it is beautiful!!! I really enjoy AA because you don't have to tack down the cordonet. But every type of lace you try you do beautiful work!! You are really an artist with a needle!! Thanks for inspiring me to get going on another AA piece!!
Comment by Christiane Machabée on July 14, 2015 at 9:14am

Merci Teri, Merci Lorelei pour vos encouragements. Pour cet exercice, je me suis facilité la tâche en utilisant un fil plus gros que généralement utilisé : fil à crocheter DMC no 30. J’ai tenté de faire ces mêmes picots appelés "gruppetti" avec le fil à dentelle DMC no 80 et ça n’a pas été un franc succès. Cette technique Aemilia Ars m’est apparue d’une grande complexité et je félicite à nouveau le travail incroyable fait par Lynette récemment. Elle a dû y consacrer un temps fou... et avec un fil plus fin encore.

 Thank you Teri and Lorelei Thank you for your encouragement. For this exercise, I made my task easier by using a larger thread than generally used: DMC crochet thread No. 30. I tried to do the same picots called "gruppetti" with DMC "fil à dentelle" No. 80 and it has not been a success. This Aemilia Ars way of work  appeared to me very complex and I congratulate again the incredible work done by Lynette recently. She had to devote a lot of time doing it... and with a finer thread than mine yet.

Comment by Lorelei Halley on July 13, 2015 at 3:14pm

Beautiful. Your stitching is so even and perfect. Mine never looks like this. WELL DONE. I always enjoy seeing your lace.

Magnifique. Votre couture est ainsi même et parfait. Mine ne regarde jamais comme ça. BRAVO. Je suis toujours heureux de voir votre dentelle.

Comment by Teri Dow on July 13, 2015 at 2:38pm
Hi Christiane, wow, what a pristine piece of AA, so much exquisite detail within a tiny segment. The layered trefoils have been used to great effect. Gorgeous design, your own?

Salut Christiane, wow, quelle pièce immaculée de AA, tant de détails exquis dans un petit segment. Les trèfles couches ont été utilisés à bon escient. Conception magnifique, votre propre?

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