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Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"Kathy if you're using Turkish polyester thread you need to stretch it first. This will stop it tangling and knotting on itself. Secondly your knots are not tight enough, and I think you may be only wrapping the needle once instead of twice. If…"
Mar 17, 2016
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"More books to be added for Turkish Oya: Yörelerle Iğne Oyası Muğla Yöresi:  ISBN 978-605-5647-93-3 (iğne oyası by region, Muğla province) TUVA YAYINCILIK 2015-  Book is in Turkish with lots of photos and simple written…"
Feb 8, 2016
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Brooch In Progress

"Altın başak ipliği"
Nov 18, 2014
Rosa María Vélez V commented on Hatice's photo
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Brooch In Progress

"Please, I need the name of thread for oya?"
Nov 18, 2014
Elizabeth Ligeti. commented on Hatice's photo
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Antique Sweet Violet Oya From Konya, Turkey

"Beautifully worked flowers, and what an interesting use for them, too."
Feb 25, 2014
Lorelei Halley commented on Hatice's photo
Feb 25, 2014
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Feb 25, 2014
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"Antique Sweet Violet Oya on an antique Brides Fez from Konya, Turkey.Just arrived today!  The fez is a deep red, with cloth from a purple scarf wrapped and pinned around it. The oya has then been pinned to the cloth.  The oya has been made…"
Feb 25, 2014
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"Thankyou Lucy, I have others up there too,  like this one:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SD4Ss72pfQEI seem to make more mistakes when I have to think about what I'm doing and go slow to show other people haha."
Feb 22, 2014
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"if the threads melted then there would be no way to use them so no, no melted threads.You can buy threads everywhere, as soon as you walk in to a craft shop they'll be there in boxes.  Thats one thing you can find practically everywhere."
Feb 20, 2014
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"You dont boil them boil them you just do it for a little bit.  Badem Oyasi Yapimi is my video, thats me doing the "almond" (badem) motif.  Its so hard to go slow trying to show people how to do it, I'm normally quicker than…"
Feb 20, 2014
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"No problems, I think you're one of my likers on my Facebook page so you'll see the brides fez there also along with other parts of my collection, and things I've found on the Internet with descriptions etc."
Feb 18, 2014
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"I use Altin basak polyester thread for my new type oyas on scarves etc and nylon thread from cizmeli I think for flowers and old antique style oyas. I'm not sure of the size as I buy them from turkey in bulk. I also have silk from Ankara in…"
Feb 18, 2014
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"Practice makes perfect, Elizabeth!"
Feb 17, 2014
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"Elizabeth:  You can either leave it as it is or you can burn the ends.  And no they dont come undone if you do them properly!In regards to the word oya, when I was in Turkey attending a conference on the history of Oya lace by one of the…"
Feb 17, 2014
Hatice commented on Lorelei Halley's group Oya-Bebilla-Turkish-Armenian-Mediterranean knotted needlelace
"There are actually 9 types of oya:Needle Oya or Igne OyasiCrochet Oya or Tig OyasiTatted Oya or Mekik OyasiHairpin Oya (using a crochet hook) or Firkete OyasiSilk Cocoon Oya or Koza OyasiWool Oya or Yun OyasiWax Oya or Mum OyasiBead Oya (both woven…"
Feb 17, 2014

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teach needlelace, collector
What kind of needle lace do you make, and how long have you been making it?
Turkish Oya, 4 years
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At 9:55pm on November 11, 2013, Elizabeth Ligeti. said…

It sounds like you are very busy making Oya flowers.

I have so many different types of lace I make - various Bobbin laces, various needlelaces, filet lace, I can tat and crochet though I rarely do any these days, and I used to knit for a wool company trying out the patterns for the garments in the pattern books, but not any more, - and now I have added Oya! -- As if I haven't anything else to do!!!!!!  I am getting Old, but have so many patterns I want to make...!  I will never sit around bored!!!  :)

At 9:39pm on November 11, 2013, Elizabeth Ligeti. said…

Wow! That was a quick reply!!!  :)

 

I hope you can come to the Guild Lace Day - if not this month, then perhaps next year. It would be nice to meet you.

I am a beginner, really, in knotted lace, although I have just been proof reading and working the Bebilla flowers for Elena Dickson's new book that is just now available. I had a class with Elena, but had learned from her book on Eastern Mediterranean Knotted Lace, and then managed to get into a class with her, which sorted out a few problems I was having (like not tightening my knots enough!!! ) 

It is one of the few laces I can work without a big magnifier, now, so it is good to take out and about with me. - And is much more portable that Pillow lace!!!

At 3:03pm on November 11, 2013, Lorelei Halley said…

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