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Great. Thanks Linda.
Good, Linda. You have done more with this style than any of the rest of us. Even though several have tried it. I want to do more myself.
By the way, this offer goes for everyone, not just Jade.
I was thinking that if you were willing to learn through this site, I could guide you using all the material already here. There is one catch, I am left handed so my work goes in the opposite direction of Xiaojie's. She is right handed. But it is the same, only from the other hand.
What do you think?
I'm sorry to tell you that there are no instruction books. I have a couple of Pag lace books but they are all just pictures of Pag lace. The best way to learn it is to learn from this site. Because of our wonderful member Xiaojie, we were given some of the basic instructions. From there, I studied it in great detail and through trial and error, learned what I did. Please ask me any questions that you want.
Hello Linda,I have recently joined this site, as I'm keen to learn how to make Pag lace - my mother is from Pag and silly me didn't ask my grandmother to show me how to make Pag lace before she passed away. I haven't done any needlepoint - I've only done weaving and embroidery. Are there any books you can recommend that have step-by-step instructions for different stitches, which can help with learning the stitches need for Pag lace?Thanks
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