Thank you for making this site available and possible. For me it has been before and after I got internet installed. In my area the bookstores only had Hardanger embroidery, Cross stitch and very few Broderie Anglaise as we call English embroidery. The internet has been an eye opener because here are needle lace I have never heard of before. So when I see a book either recommended, internet antique shop or in internet bookstore (with good explanation) it has found a home in my shelves. As a newbie I can hardly (at all) identify which is which. They seem very similar to each other.
Thank you for responding to me. I do know that knitted lace is different but want to learn different techniques. I have done some needle tatting and am presently learning to use a shuttle. I also have a rigid heddle loom and weave intricate twill baskets. I love learning new things and am excited to learn to make lace.
Thank you for including me on your, site... I have some homework to look up samples of each of the laces mentioned in the notes. I have finished a piece and would like a critical eye perspective. How and where do I post a pic?
Thank you, Kathleen
Thank you for excepting me into your group. I am looking forward to learn more about the art of needle laces. Not sure which one will interests me more, since they are all so beautiful. Looking forward to exploring your site and learning a new craft.
It looks like our new member, Miss Stacy, has scammed us. When I clicked on her website link, it is a travel agency. She left a personal message on my comment wall. I didn't respond to her email address, but checked out her profile.