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!!! :)
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!!!
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