Thank you so much for including me. I look forward to learning all about lace, especially pag. Anyone out there with tips, ideas, or free patterns, please send them my way. Once again thank you so much. Sammie
Thank you for the add can you please tell me what sort of things I will need to buy to start the needle lace I have done a small bit of bobbing lace but the lady who was teaching stopped coming so I had to stop so I really would like to learn needle lace
Question --- Is there a site that compares common characteristics of various laces? Will some differences are visible, others are not to me. What makes Burano lace different from Youghal etc....as an example.
Thank you. It's a little mind boggling to find a group that is interested solely in needlelace. I do teach occasionally here in Austin, mostly Whitework and simple lace techniques. Y hands are becoming quite arthritic, so surface work is difficult, but I do want to continue exploring this fascinating world.
Thank you for your welcome. I am such a beginning beginner - still trying to find out, which techninques for lacemaking my granny might have used. I am quite sure, she knew different ways, and sometimes might even have combinded them. Some pieces i saw where more like your samples here than like other techniques, that i will try out as well. I hope i manage to learn it without her help. First videos here are very helpful to me. Thank you for your great work and teaching. It means a lot to me.