"Thanks, Lorelei. You encourage the study.
I am happy to collaborate so that the Sols are not forgotten and see that people explore the technique well.
Good works. I love this middle part, Jenny. I cannot do it so good!
"Jenny and others arachnes
At Brasil there are several kinds of loom. Now I use a wooden loom, but a long time ago I used to make a little cushion with heavy card covered with plain cotton. I think wooden loom is more stable and secure.
Let me help a little more.
Miriam, Tejido de Soles, from Sandra Rodrigues, Puerto Rico is new but is not available at internet. You can buy it.
Books at Antique Pattern Libray are available at internet but aren't not recent,…"
I have a step-to-step video at Youtube channel NHANDUTI DE ATIBAIA. There are 3 videos, 3 fundamental classes in portuguese, but they are long and slow - circa 30 minutes - and explain with images. If you have some doubt I can try to…"
"Thank you, Elizabeth.
You're quite right. People dont study "soles". and we cannot love something we dont know!
If you know someone that make Sol lace in Australia, talk to me. We have people of several parts of word at our meeting.…"
Jenny, I know that for those at the ends - California/USA and Australia - the schedules are not very comfortable. I know your tenerife lace works and I'll be hoping you can be with us.
Elizabeth, this lace at back cover is…"
"Hello, sol lacemakers,
Lets make a SOL LACE DAY? A virtual meeting with people from all over the world, each making the Sol Lace from their local? Bringing together people weaving ñanduti or teneriffe lace or soles of naranjito or…"
I remembered that I had probably saved some information on the ariz.edu site, because I intend to use it myself. So I sent you that information. I have not tried it myself. Since you are a member of arachne, you could ask there…"
I remembered that I had probably saved some information on the ariz.edu site, because I intend to use it myself. So I sent you that information. I have not tried it myself. Since you are a member of arachne, you could ask there yourself. I also looked and found a current email address for Tess. firstname.lastname@example.org
Let me introduce myself. I am a retired employee of the University of Arizona in Tucson Arizona. Back in 2004 I was asked to assist Professor Ralph Griswold in scanning in materials related to weaving. I have continued the work since his passing in October 2006 and the website has become a free source of reference material for weavers all over the world."
I enjoyed your article on Soles laces in the current issue of the IOLI Bulletin. You greatly added to my knowledge of that form of lace. I hadn't realized that it is a primarily central and south American lace. I had never heard of the square framework to start the radial warp. I hope you have considered of some way to archive your article, possibly by making it into a pdf file and offering it to this:
Welcome. I have long enjoyed your website and blog, and am glad to have your participation here. NEEDLELACETALK is for true needlelace only, because it is a form that has only a few scattered practitioners worldwide. Personally I regard the sol laces as true laces, and they are made with a needle, but still lie outside the territory of this group. Please go to NOTES and review the first three. If you have any problems with the software, let me know and I will try to help.