Lorelei Halley
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Ning fee 2017
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It is that time of year again, and our annual hosting fee to ning is due July 20th, 2017. The current fee is $240. Please make donations to my Paypal account, in any amount that you can afford.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lorelei Halley Jul 21.

Ning fee
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I just found out today that ning is raising its annual hosting fee from $239.90 to $588. This won't be an issue for us until July 2017, because we just paid our fee in July.  In June of next year we…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lorelei Halley Jun 16.

Donations 2016

THANK YOU, THANK YOU to all our 17 wonderful donors. In a mere 24 hours we have collected enough money to pay our ning hosting fee.  All done! Problem solved!  THANK YOU.Continue

Started Jul 25, 2016

Lace in the Hand
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Matthew Gnagy on facebook has posted some photos of punto in aria really worked "in the air". He is doing it freehand, like puncetto or oya, but the designs are more similar to geometric needle lace.…Continue

Tags: punto in aria, reticello, reticella

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lorelei Halley Jan 13, 2016.

 

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Elizabeth Horta Correa commented on Lorelei Halley's group Sol laces
"Hi there! Let us see it Linda. I'm always hopefull with Tenerife Lace projects!"
yesterday
Lorelei Halley commented on Lorelei Halley's group Sol laces
yesterday
Jenny commented on Lorelei Halley's group Sol laces
"Cant's wait to see Linda! I am sure it will be beautiful."
yesterday
Linda Dumas commented on Lorelei Halley's group Sol laces
"Ever since I saw the beautiful work of Elizabeth Horta Correa's doilies, I have been wanting to make a piece of my own.  I have made 1 large round motif and now finishing the 8th of 8 smaller motifs.  I have been looking at all…"
Tuesday
Linda Dumas commented on Lorelei Halley's group Sol laces
"thank you for the responses.  I agree that sometimes, it doesn't matter, but I'm working on a motif where threads will need to travel from one point to another and I'm calling that the wrong side."
Tuesday
Lorelei Halley commented on Lorelei Halley's group Sol laces
"good point"
Tuesday
Jenny commented on Lorelei Halley's group Sol laces
"I think in theory the wrong side is facing up as you work, but in reality, when I take mine off the pad I cannot tell the difference. I do mainly needleweaving in mine though. If it was mainly knotting, it would make a difference"
Tuesday
Lorelei Halley commented on Lorelei Halley's group Sol laces
"Linda According to Alex Stillwell, in her book, the side of the work facing the pattern is the right side. But she also says to look at both sides, and if the "wrong side" looks better, use that as the "right side"."
Tuesday
Linda Dumas commented on Lorelei Halley's group Sol laces
"I have been doing a little teneriffe lately.  I have come up with a question.  When you are working a motif, are you looking at the front or the back?"
Monday
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"Here is a link to a video of Burano lace in process. She is using a pillow so both hands are free to manipulate the thread and the needle. https://www.facebook.com/dallalidia/videos/1719049944977126/"
Sep 9
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"Joy Welcome. Please read all the NOTES. They explain our policies, the laces we include, and how the software works. Join any groups that interest you. I especially recommend the  BEGINNERS group where you will find explanations of how to set…"
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Your skill level
intermediate
What kind of needle lace do you make, and how long have you been making it?
I only tried it out in the 1980s but did so badly I quit. I began again in 2010 with this group.
What kind or kinds of needle lace do you want to learn?
I will be happy just to make it neatly. Especially gros point and point de gaze. I also want to do my own contemporary designs.
Tell us about your other lace related interests.
I am an avid bobbin lacemaker and am interested in lace-like embroideries, especially pulled thread, Hardanger and other drawn thread embroideries. I am also interested in filet lacis and Teneriffe, altho I have not done any filet, and only tried out teneriffe. My laces are on my website, just a few pieces on flickr.
Your website (you can leave this blank):
http://lynxlace.com/
Your blog (you can leave this blank):
http://stitchinfingers.ning.com/profile/LoreleiTerryHalley
Your work on photo sharing site flickr? picasa? photobucket? or similar? (you can leave this blank)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/lorelei66eyecandy/
Do you have a 2nd photo sharing site? (You can leave this blank.)
http://picasaweb.google.com/home
Website, blog or site where we can find your needlelace books, tutorials or videos. (You can leave this blank)
http://lynxlace.com/mybookspatterns.html

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Today I am switching to a different internet service provider. If t  here are glitches I may go silent for some time, until it gets straightened out. Just so you know.  The prospect freaks me out.

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Our host for the year July 2010 through July 2011 has been settled, and I have received enough donations to pay our ning fee. Consequently, I have deleted the temporary groups that I set up earlier.

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At 8:27pm on September 5, 2017, JOY IVILL said…

Thanks Lorelei

Joy Ivill

At 12:51am on July 29, 2017, Linda Moore said…
Im learning to navigate. Hope this is te rigbt box for commenting
At 6:25pm on June 9, 2017, Robert said…

Thank you Lorelei.  I appreciate it.

Question --- Is there a site that compares common characteristics of various laces?  Will some differences are visible, others are not to me.  What makes Burano lace different from Youghal etc....as an example. 

At 10:46pm on April 6, 2017, Robyn lombard said…
Thanks you so much for including me
in the group
Regards robyn
At 9:40pm on April 5, 2017, Angela Econ said…

Thank you Lorelei for welcoming me into the group! I am a member of Lacemakers of Puget Sound (new tatter) and have entered into a whole new world! So excited!

At 5:19pm on March 31, 2017, Joan Sheridan said…
Where do I find the NOTES? I've looked all through the drop downs and don't see them.

I'm so impressed with what I've seen! I'm thrilled that I stumbled into this group!
At 7:33pm on March 22, 2017, Barbara Staub said…
Thank you. It's a little mind boggling to find a group that is interested solely in needlelace. I do teach occasionally here in Austin, mostly Whitework and simple lace techniques. Y hands are becoming quite arthritic, so surface work is difficult, but I do want to continue exploring this fascinating world.
At 11:04am on March 17, 2017, Edith O Nuallain said…

Thank you. 

At 7:10pm on January 22, 2017, Ann Smith said…

Thank you, I have read the NOTES.  They were very interesting. I probably should have joined a while ago. Thank you for your offer of help. Ann.

At 6:00pm on January 12, 2017, Gala said…

Thank you for your welcome. I am such a beginning beginner - still trying to find out, which techninques for lacemaking my granny might have used. I am quite sure, she knew different ways, and sometimes might even have combinded them. Some pieces i saw where more like your samples here than like other techniques, that i will try out as well. I hope i manage to learn it without her help. First videos here are very helpful to me. Thank you for your great work and teaching. It means a lot to me.

 
 
 

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