"Very nice,. Margaret Stephens is a great teacher, and her patterns are great for learning this craft. I had a class with her very earl;y on, when I was just starting needle lace, - and she really got me going, - and inspired!"
This was the first project I successfully completed after hitting my head at the beginning of December last year. It was the 5th lace project I attempted since hitting my head. I wear the hat almost everywhere I go now.…"
Branwyn: I approved 3 of the new photos that you posted, but deleted the others because they weren't in focus. I still think we have shots of all the relevant parts. I also took the liberty of giving them new names. The reason I did that is so that search engines can find them. A google image search will not find dsc1528 when you search on "reticella". A search engine looks at the name of the file, but doesn't understand the content of the image file.
I approved most of the photos you posted, but did not approve 007 and 009, because they were so out of focus that I couldn't see what stitches you had used or how the work was done. We desperately want to see that kind of detail. We here are all fanatics about the details of construction. Is there any way you could re-shoot those with better focus? If you have a scanner attached to your computer that is the easiest way, because whatever is in contact with the glass is automatically in focus, and you can adjust the resolution to give whatever degree of detail you want.