Keddie Preston
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  • Denver, CO
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Needle Lace workshop in Denver

Hi, is anyone going to the workshop in Denver Colorado this weekend? Continue

Started Jul 21, 2011


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What kind of needle lace do you make, and how long have you been making it?
I've only just begun
What kind or kinds of needle lace do you want to learn?
basic needle lace, Armenian, Puncetto and Halas. Quite ambitious I know, but I can dream!
Tell us about your other lace related interests.
I've done a bit of tatting which of course isn't needle lace.I think Roumanian Point lace is lovely, and I'd like to learn this also. I love looking at all the lace others have made! Also, I enjoy learning about lace history.

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At 10:26pm on July 21, 2011, Lorelei Halley said…


Thanks.  Since you used the DONATE button, it automatically a note to your donation that it was for NEEDLELACETALK.  I'm glad you are going to Denver, and I think you will enjoy Liz's class.  I wish I could go.  No money.  You'll have to promise to tell us all about it.

At 2:41pm on July 5, 2010, Lorelei Halley said…
Keddie: I do hope you can post some photos of your bookmark.
At 12:57am on June 23, 2010, Desiree Sevigny said…
Hi Keddie, I'm glad you liked my lace stuff, thanx. I have been doing all different textile design and different laces/embroidery/etc.. all my life. For the longest time I was doing cobweb/gossemer knitted lace/spinning/colourwork, but in March I enjured my left shoulder and it was way to painful to knit, so I started to focus more on the other laces that I know how to make. I do alot of different projects at one time, so I'm never bored and my shoulder is on the mend.
At 12:03am on April 29, 2010, Elizabeth Ligeti. said…
The stitches can be close together. I do mine that way.

Re the coloured butterfly, - It now belongs to the RMLG, as they are doing a screen project, and I made it for one of the panels. I don't know if the project is still ongoing. I hope the butterfly is still in good hands. You can ask when you meet them!! - and say Hi from me! :) Let me know how you go.
At 11:43pm on April 28, 2010, Elizabeth Ligeti. said…
Hi, Keddie,
I see you live in Denver, so are you a member of the Rocky Mts Lace Guild? If so, - you can get some help from a couple of them, - as I know them and know they may be able to help you.

If you are Not a member, - I suggest you join. They are a terrific group. Although I live in Australia, I am a member there, as my daughter used to live in Denver, and she, too is a lacemaker, so we both joined.
Sing out if I can be of any help - I seem to be one of the more experienced in this group.
At 10:34pm on April 26, 2010, Lorelei Halley said…
Did you find the discussion in our GROUP called BEGINNERS. I saw that you joined the group. All our discussion of the beginners pieces is under the DISCUSSION titled CHALLENGE - AN ONGOING WORKSHOP. Glad to see you started a leaf.
At 2:41pm on April 22, 2010, Anne Weston said…
I am glad you have joined. How are you getting on with your needlelace? I sent you the books recently. Hope that they arrived OK.

At 3:23am on April 18, 2010, Lorelei Halley said…
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Please read the discussion (under HOME) titled NING NO LONGER FREE.

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