Millie Irwig
  • Stilwell, KS
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Linda Moore left a comment for Millie Irwig
"Millie,  thanks for the information on the I.O.L.I.  I'll  look into it.   I live in California and unfortunately have no way to get to San Antonio this summer.  Maybe next year the convention will be closer. On…"
Jun 19
Millie Irwig left a comment for Linda Moore
"Linda, The convention I mentioned, I.O.L.I., is The International Organization of Lace, Inc. and their website would give you good information about the group and their purpose.  This summer the annual convention is in San Antonio, TX…"
Jun 19
Linda Moore left a comment for Millie Irwig
"Millie,  I would be glad to help you in learning Puncetto.  It would be great to get an active Puncetto Group going.  I have not heard of the group you mentioned or their convention this summer.  I have no plans to attend,…"
Jun 19
Millie Irwig left a comment for Linda Moore
"Linda, I'm also interested in beginning to learn Puncetto.  I wonder if those who are coming to the I.O.L.I. Convention this summer could get-together? Millie"
Jun 16

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Your skill level
intermediate
What kind of needle lace do you make, and how long have you been making it?
needle-tatting (10 yrs), Filet Lace (5 yrs)
What kind or kinds of needle lace do you want to learn?
several kinds
Tell us about your other lace related interests.
Knitted lace and Irish crochet.
My avatar design is Project #6 from "Romanian Point Lace, a Course for Beginners" by Sylvia Murariu. I enjoyed crocheting the cord and lacing the filling stitches.

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At 8:04pm on June 19, 2018, Linda Moore said…

Millie,  thanks for the information on the I.O.L.I.  I'll  look into it.   I live in California and unfortunately have no way to get to San Antonio this summer.  Maybe next year the convention will be closer.

  • On Puncetto,   you can't go wrong using Brona's wonderful information.  I learned so much from her Sita Krajka site when l first discovered knotted lace.  It was about 6 years ago that I decided I'd had enough of crochet and decided to learn the real thing... needle lace.  And while looking on the internet about standard buttonhole stitch needle lace, I found knotted lace and Puncetto.  I found Brona's site and Avital' s blogs.  I have been practicing and learning Puncetto ever since.  Right now I  use Aunt Lydia's Crochet Cotton, size 10,  and Dritz Cotton Darners, size 1/5.  I prefer a sharp needle instead of a tapestry needle. With the sharp point it seems easier to make the knots more solidly together.  

At 3:01pm on June 19, 2018, Linda Moore said…

Millie,  I would be glad to help you in learning Puncetto. 

It would be great to get an active Puncetto Group going. 

I have not heard of the group you mentioned or their convention this summer.  I have no plans to attend,  but I would like to know more about them.  

At 3:39pm on April 14, 2013, Anne DiBernardo said…

Thanks, Millie. Your reply helps a lot.

Anne

At 1:47pm on April 12, 2013, Anne DiBernardo said…

Hi, Millie

I like your avatar. I am currently trying to make this project from Sylvia's book, and have a question for you. The spider web recommended in the pattern says to use an uneven number of bars, but the diagram has an even number. Did you use a different stitch in this spot? Thanks.

Anne

At 8:03pm on January 7, 2012, Lorelei Halley said…

Millie

Welcome.  Please go to NOTES and read them all.  They explain our policies, our territory, and how the software works.  Please be aware that we do not include Romanian  point in our territory, but we do include knotted filet lacis (but not filet crochet).  If you have any questions, contact me and I'll try to help.

 
 
 

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