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Hello Everyone,I received the lovely Basic and Intermediate Instructions booklet from the Lace Guild yesterday. I spent most of the day reading and reading. I have a couple of questions.(1) in the…Continue

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At 2:40pm on May 17, 2011, Lorelei Halley said…


I look forward to seeing your oya flowers.

At 2:42am on May 4, 2011, Lorelei Halley said…


I saw your discussion on stitchinfingers regarding resources for Oya.  Did you look at the opening page of our group on OYA?  Just under the icon is a long verbal section, and it lists books and some online tutorials.

At 1:41am on May 3, 2011, Isabel Alvarez said…

Hi Judy thanks for your comments about my Oya flower. You can search here in the group of Oya http://needlelacetalk.ning.com/groups

Your work it's beautiful too.

My best regards to you.


At 8:28am on June 10, 2010, Marina Berts said…
Hi Judy! Thanks for your comments, sometimes I don't have as much time for needlelace as I would like to, and it discourages me. I'm glad my laces can inspire you. I'm planning an irregular collar for a dress I made years ago, that will probably take me ages to finish. Do you always work your lace on a pillow? I hold mine in the hand, so I can bring it with me wherever I go.
At 11:58am on May 6, 2010, jane stephen said…
hi Judy Iam Glad that you like my lace it is not a lampshade but a Juliet Cap titled "Elvin Cap for Luthien Tenuviel" it won me a medal of excellence from the Lace Guild in their 2004 competition it is worked in Coats Alcazar metal thread in gold and silver.My God daughter wore it at her wedding in Wells Cathedral. Happy Lacemaking Jane
At 5:34pm on April 22, 2010, Rochelle Sutherland said…
Love the tatted hearts. Mother will have to make some for me. The simple heart shape with an outline thread running right around and down the middle to the point is the easiest heart pattern for needlelace. You have two sides then to work on and can practise two stitches. As you get good at the stitches, I will flood you with more. It's a promise.
At 4:50pm on April 22, 2010, Lorelei Halley said…
If you are still thinking about a needle lace pillow -- look at my most recent post to our LINKS AND TUTORIALS. I found several videos in the web showing people working needle lace, some with various pillows and some in the hand. One of them might give you ideas about size, etc.
At 8:48pm on April 21, 2010, Lorelei Halley said…
I like PattyD's modern tatting too. She makes layers and random shapes, and all that gives interesting texture to her work. I like it much more than regular tatting.
At 1:44pm on April 13, 2010, Anne Weston said…
Thank you for your coment on my 'Mermaid'. I just love colour. I used the peice as a sample of differnt stitches and threads.
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