Make, learn and talk about needle lace.
It was the best time I've ever had. Between the classes, the beautiful mountains, and the wonderful women I met, it was the best time ever!
It was held at the Sheraton Hotel. What I liked most about the hotel was the lobby space. There was so many places to sit and talk with folks. And some wonderful chairs that rocked. I found myself there after classes, tired and it was nice to sit in them and rock.
As an east coast girl only drinking Dunkin Donuts coffee, drinking…Continue
When it says that both sides have to "look the same", for the skeleton, how do I get the 4 threads on the back?
I am following as best I can, the slideshow, but I am confused also about how many threads there are, is there the one thread on the needle (doubled) and the four other pieces (all one piece) separate from the needle thread?
Thanks in advance.
a lovely museum will close on march 1
Added by kaye greenhallgh on February 1, 2013 at 12:08pm — No Comments
I was rushed to hospital by ambulance a week ago with a nasty virus which attacked my heart leaving it damaged. Have had a very rough week with it, however I have been assured by the cardiologists that it will heal completely in 2 months.
I'm home again now & taking things very quietly as I am very short of breath. Diuretics will rid me of the fluid which will relieve that. Each day is a bonus!
I guess this is the place to put this. I have just been notified of this site and found images of wonderful needle lace fans:http://www.lecurieux.com/accueila.htm
I have not checked out the whole site, but the lace fans can be found in the list under Catalogue.
The sticks of this fan are absolutely amazing! …Continue
Hallo out there ! I am happy to be able to join here! Thank you for the oportunity and friendship! Happy lacemaking to you all!
Gina Brummet had recovered well from her cancer fight and was about to return to work part time when she suddenly succumbed to pneumonia in mid-Feb. 2012. Sympathy cards may be sent to:
To the Family of Gina Brummet
7417 S 775 E
Lafayette IN 47905-9335
her daughter email@example.com
The following is an edited excerpt from the two memorial services held online Feb. 17, 2012.
"May we have a moment of silence, please. Today, as we pause, we are…Continue
The March 2012 update on the LaceNews Channel on YouTube is finally ready, see details at http://tinyurl.com/7hgbx8v. 105 new videos were added, for a current total of 2,250. No new
playlists were added.
Added by Laurie Waters on April 11, 2012 at 10:32pm — No Comments
Thank you for the welcome Lorelei. Sorry I took so long to respond. New to chat, blogs, facebook, etc. It all seems harder than making lace, which of course is easy! Alice
Added by Laurie Waters on February 2, 2012 at 9:07pm — No Comments
These are the two ends of the turban I made as part of SCA garb. In part this was a test piece using a variety of reticello motifs from a 16th century Italian manual. The quality of the work is uneven as this was a learning experience. In my documentation I had two early 15th century Italian paintings showing women (both midwives) wearing turbans with internal striping and…Continue
In the process of doing the documentation for a piece of reticello lace for the Society for Creative Anachronism I came across two Sienese school paintings from the first half of the fourteenth century that appear to depict drawn thread laces. The second is the pillow on which the allegorical figure of Peace is reclining in Ambrogio Lorenzetti's Allegory of Good Government in the Palazzo Publico, Siena (1337), which combines square drawn thread motifs with whitework embroidery and looks very…Continue
Added by Lynette Hale on October 23, 2011 at 5:16pm — No Comments
Today I will be scanning some of the very old pieces of lace in my collection to be displayed here for folk to view.
Watch this space!
Just found this wonderful video on what appears to be Chebka lace, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrSrhmiWmFw, but from Algeria. They call it Elchbika Alger, and beautifully represents the whole line of Tunisian, Moroccan, etc., variations of this knotted needlelace. It illustrates the use of a pillow as well as paper patterns held in the hand. Hope you speak Arabic.
Hello everybody in this community. I'm a new member and I hoppe to find and share needles crafts experiencies with all of you. Thanks for accepting me here. I'm living in the south of Sweden and the next week it's a big contents with supplies an other things concern needles. I hope to take pictures to show you about this exhibition. here it's the web page if…Continue
Added by Isabel Alvarez on March 19, 2011 at 6:28am — No Comments
I feel as though I'm finally making progress. I printed graph paper on my heavy blue paper and couched some rectangles so I could practice my stitches.
Here is what I've accomplished so far. This is not my first attempt at diamonds. I tried them with single Brussels, corded single Brussels, and various thread sizes. I kept getting confused with single…Continue