"That's the thing Loreleil, I really don't remember, it was a victorian book about collecting laces from project Gutemberg :/
Thanks Christiane! I though so too~ and never had seen it before, so I had to share it."
"Merci Florencia. Cette photo parle par elle-même et représente très bien le groupe Alençon-Argentan-Argentella.
Thank you very much Florencia. This picture speaks for itself and is very representative especially for…"
"Wow! That looks Terrific. It might be just what I need to fill a larger space. Many thanks for the instructions, too.
Wonderful - -- there is one happy Needlelacer here, "Down-Under" in Australia!! It has saved hours of…"
Make a foundation of single threads, crossing them to form the large squares. Work a button-hole stitch at each crossing to make it firm. Now begin at the top, at the right side and fill the first square with Brussels net stitches, finishing at the…
I'd suggest using the DMC Cotton Perle 12 for the final Brode, buttonholing over it and making the picots over it. Use a double length of the sewing thread for the couched outlines if these are the only threads you have available to use. I look forward to seeing the lovely pieced stitched.
thank you for posting the stitch diagrams. But we must be careful only to post pages from books is the book has an expired copyright. I think 1923 is the cutoff year. What is the publication date on these books? I understand you are eager to share something, but we must no infringe copyright.
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