"I used pins and just pushed them all the way into my pillow after threading them. it worked for me so you might want to try it. It also sounds like a little too much pull tension when making the motif. Are you pulling those threads a little more…"
"As an update I thought I would let you know that the base work is done and now I am working on filling in the spokes with different streams of purple since that is in sister-in-law's favorite color. This is a trail run. If it works, I plan to…"
"I have this book and it is what I used to get started. I have both the snowgoose round wheel and an older brass round wheel. I have found different shaped patterns online that I downloaded and have used to make cardboard patterns. I took a picture…"
The Guild of Needle Laces is a non profit making organisation, set up in 1983 to promote the interest, skills, teaching, conservation, history and exhibition of all needlemade laces. Go to their website for detailed information about their activities. http://www.guildofneedlelaces.org/ They are based in the UK, but have members abroad. Michael Dennis, a Committee Member for that guild, will answer questions. Anyone can join this group. …See More
"This piece is just amazing! I hope one day to be this good. I am experimenting with a much smaller piece for my first one. I was more amazed about how hard it is to find netting that is not synthetic. I finally found some cotton but boy is it…"
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