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Is anyone doing Pag?
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I really like this and I don't think people are doing this very much. Is anyone doing it out there who can tell us more about it? Are there any distinctive stitches?

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lorelei Halley Jun 4, 2011.

 

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Lorelei Halley commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"Some Hungarian needle lace in process, and photos of especially good finished pieces, posted on Facebook today by Kovacs Tibor. I assume they are Halas lace. https://www.facebook.com/kovacs.tibor1/posts/10205083070391393"
May 11, 2016
Christiane Machabée commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"Loretta, Thank you very much for sharing information as precious as the one about the Halas technique.  Christiane"
Sep 3, 2014
Lorelei Halley commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"Loretta Holzberger has an article on Halas needle lace in the current issue of the IOLI Bulletin. It is very good, and explains the basic working methods and how it differs from western European needle lace.  Congratulations, Loretta, on a job…"
Aug 24, 2014
Loretta Holzberger commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"Laura, the butterfly is about 4" across, or maybe just a bit larger.  Thanks for the suggestion about rolling the cord edge when stitching into it. "
Jan 7, 2014
Laura Sandison commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"Beautifully done Loretta!  The balance of the cord and thread seem perfect! How big is the butterfly? I think that by "rolling" the cord edge down a little when working the stitch into it keeps it further to the back. I keep my…"
Jan 7, 2014
Loretta Holzberger commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"I just completed my first piece of Halas type lace.  I have uploaded it to the photo file in Loretta's photos, and hopefully it will be added to the Halas files.  It was certainly a challenge attaching the working threads to the cord…"
Jan 7, 2014
Lorelei Halley commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"Laura: thanks for the link.  I didn't know about the facebook page."
Dec 29, 2013
Laura Sandison commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"I'm using probably a 210/2 for a very long term piece. My outline looks like tanne 50.  I have a little trouble seeing it, but it's laying nicely. Just found a Facebook page for it...  https://www.facebook.com/HalasiCsipke …"
Dec 29, 2013
Loretta Holzberger commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"I just bought Pat Earnshaw's book and joined this group.  I'm beginning a butterfly design, and have chosen to use #10 Cebelia for the outlines and #80/2 Egyptian cotton for the fillings.  What threads have others used?  I…"
Dec 28, 2013
Selena Marie Joosten commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"In you photos of lace, there is a child in picture No 20 doing such an incredably complicated piece."
Oct 9, 2013
Selena Marie Joosten commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"This is such a pretty lace it reminds me of Bucks point which is the Bobbin lace i do, so love the honey comb stitch and using a gimp thread."
Sep 5, 2013
Lorelei Halley commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
Aug 30, 2013
Lorelei Halley commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
Dec 14, 2012
Carolyn Wetzel commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"Beautiful! I've never seen 3-D Halas lace before. I wonder what the 2013 calendar looks like? The videos on the site are interesting, too."
Dec 13, 2012
Lorelei Halley commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"Some Halas photos on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HalasiCsipke#!/media/set/?set=a.136119829789751.26941.135977436470657&type=3   click on PHOTOS"
Dec 13, 2012
Lorelei Halley commented on Rochelle Sutherland's group Halas Lace
"Paula: thanks for posting the butterfly, and your Halas, too.  We have had very little of that, since it is quite a difficult style, and finding teachers nearly impossible.  I created an album of the Halas photos that we do have.  I…"
Mar 29, 2012

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What kind of needle lace do you make, and how long have you been making it?
Zele, venetian gros point, branscombe, filet, point de gaze, ruskin, reticella, carrickmacross, limerick and irish applique, youghal, free lace, snutki, hoveji, halas, teneriffe all for about ten years
What kind or kinds of needle lace do you want to learn?
venetian rose point
Tell us about your other lace related interests.
I love fine spinning and knitted lace, the embroidery crossovers like drawn thread work and pulled fabric embroidery, I crochet, and sometimes I do bobbin lace, mainly torchon and tape based laces. I am researching Australian Lace Crochet and am the textiles curator at our local museum. I teach a small group of local ladies.
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http://www.houseofhadrian.com.au

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At 5:19pm on February 7, 2011, Lorelei Halley said…

Rochelle

Have you noticed that your video has had 720 views since you posted it?  It is a very popular and very valuable part of our network.

At 11:27pm on January 3, 2011, Debbie D'Amelio said…
Thanks for replying again, Rochelle. Yes, I would definitely do some trials to figure out design, gauge, fit, etc. That project went down the list during Christmas. It may resurface this spring. Your comments are always helpful.
At 10:36pm on November 25, 2010, Debbie D'Amelio said…
Thanks for the info, Rochelle. That is helpful. As I said, it's still at the planning stages, so not sure how complicated it will be--not terribly as I want to actually finish it! It does close. I can't remember all the correct terms, but it is 9" long and about 22" spread. It is inexpensive and I think it will be a training piece to see it I think I can/want to improve to another.
At 6:14pm on August 15, 2010, Lorelei Halley said…
Rochelle
About a week ago I posted some links to Irish lace websites, in our LINKS & TUTORIALS. I noticed your interest in Carrickmacross and wondered if you were aware of them.
At 7:27pm on July 22, 2010, Lorelei Halley said…
I think the needles discussion was in the puncetto group. You can use the search box - upper right hand corner - to find discussions of particular things. Just type in "needles", and it will search needlelacetalk.
At 7:23pm on July 22, 2010, Lorelei Halley said…
Thanks for the info.
At 12:37am on June 15, 2010, Desiree Sevigny said…
Hi Rochelle, you could work from bottom up, I worked around the circle(sideways) so I could get to the next place I wanted to build.
At 9:10pm on June 14, 2010, Desiree Sevigny said…
Hi Rochelle, I put a sketch of the form of corded buttonhole stitch I used on the pyramids.
At 2:33pm on May 27, 2010, Desiree Sevigny said…
Oh yah, I know people that do the other Croation tenif style lace with fine linen threat. I think its because it holds the knots well and has a stiffness to it.
At 2:30pm on May 27, 2010, Desiree Sevigny said…
Hi ,yes it is a needle lace pillow . I intend to use it for some of the laces I do, but not all. I have a rotator cuff injury(Calcific Tendinitis/bursitis/frozen shoulder) since March. Its taking along time to heal and I can't knit or do anything that would stress it. I think the pillow will make it easier for some of the laces to free up my other hand to work with. I can move my arm from elbow down only. Where the sites helpful for you?
 
 
 

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