Make, learn and talk about needle lace.
My first article as IOLI Needlelace editor has just come out and I'm working on the second, followup one. Please let me know if you have any comments. Thanks!
It is that time of year again and I must ask you all for contributions towards our hosting fee to ning, which is due this month. Their fee continues to be $240 American dollars. Any donation of any size, small or large, is welcome. I have a paypal account, and you can make a deposit into my account by using my personal email address as the destination for your donation. If there are currency issues, paypal will handle the currency conversion (for a small fee, which I…Continue
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE !
Our members have been quite during the last half of 2017. I hope we have more projects and experiments in mind for 2018. What would you all like to see us do?
Added by Lorelei Halley on December 31, 2017 at 9:26pm — No Comments
Or "How I learned a lot"…Continue
Thank you for accepting me in your group. I am going to work needle lace with the tutorials and I will show you the result. Those tutorials are very well done.Continue
Added by Valérie on April 8, 2017 at 10:56am — No Comments
If you are in Paris on February 2-5, 2017, I will be teaching this Venetian needle lace creation at the Textile art show "Salon de l'Aiguille". It is a pin with small fruits, including strawberry, apple, and lemon: it has several Burano and Venice needle lace…Continue
I couldn't stand just working on 1 piece of Pag lace, so I have started an additional piece. The more I do of the lace, the more I am learning. That is the best part.
Learning tightness: it seems to me that there is a difference between the tightness one needs for laying the cordonnet for Pag lace vs. other needle laces. I don't have a great deal of experience with lots of other needle laces, so I could be wrong on that. What I do know, is that for Pag lace, the cordonnet needs to…Continue
Here is the information about the OIDFA class for paska cipka:
PAG NEEDLE LACE
Tutor: Nedjeljka Uros, President of Society of Pag lace makers
The needle lace from island Pag in Croatia can find its origin among the accomplishment of the textile handicraft of the eastern Mediterranean area. One of the basic decorative forms of the original Pag lace is reticella. The women from…
I have been thinking and doing a lot of Pag lace recently. Before I wrote this, I looked up at comments on Pag lace. No, it is not easy to learn Pag lace. While I understand and respect that this is intellectual property of the people of Pag, I just want to learn how to make this beautiful lace. I do not want to profit in any way or take anything away from the wonderful people in Pag. Every since the first time I watched the video put out by Unesco and saw the women making this lace, I…Continue
It's been a long time since I worked on any lace. Actually, almost since I posted my last blog post. I have found that life just seems to get busy on me, and I get distracted with other art projects, commissions, and work. I was feeling…Continue
Happy New Year, Everybody. May your threads never break.
A very Happy New Year to all at Needle lace talk. How lucky we all are to be able to converse with one another across lands & oceans across the world. Keep making lace for 2016.
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.
so, sorry 4not sharing a post yet-- been in hospitlContinue
Added by Lynette Hale on April 2, 2015 at 10:12pm — No Comments
I have uploaded two photos of my Irish Crocheted shawl on LACEIOLI if anyone wishes to view it.
Hopefully this link will get you there!
If it doesn't work just copy & paste it.http://laceioli.ning.com/profile/LynetteHale?xg_source=activity
Added by Lynette Hale on April 2, 2015 at 9:21pm — No Comments
What I learned with my first piece of lace
The site for museum del merletto is
It is very nice and has plenty beautiful lace !
A reminder that the above book will be on sale at Wolds Lacemakers Lace Day on the 27th September at Cottingham Road Baptist Church Chanterlands Avenue Hull HU5 4AY UK. Entrance fee is £3.50 and there is parking available. But bring a packed lunch. We will also be having a talk on needlelace in the afternoon by Anne Weston of Needlepaws on 21st Contemporary Lace as well as a talk in the morning on Ripon Lace (Yorkshire) by Mary Moseley and Avril Edmondson. Suppliers will be in…Continue
Added by Maureen Bromley on September 12, 2014 at 3:42am — No Comments