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teach needlelace
What kind of needle lace do you make, and how long have you been making it?
Reticello for 3 years. Drawn Thread Work for 20 years.
What kind or kinds of needle lace do you want to learn?
Ruskin lace. Aemilia ars.
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At 9:56pm on October 5, 2014, Kathy Neal said…

Thank you,Yolande, for the information and sources for both the DMC and Anchor threads.  I have only been doing reticella for 3 weeks. I discovered it quite by accident as I was looking for hardanger tutorials online, in order to learn that technique.  I found some beautiful designs online and followed the "trail" to your website.  There I read about Ms Buonapadre's books and your workshops with her.  I ordered her book that contained the sampler by Irma that you had worked.  From that book I taught myself the stitches that I used in the little pink linen coaster that I posted in photos. That is my first and only completed piece.  I ordered two more books, and I am on my way.  Lots to learn, but I am passionate about learning accurately and authentically. You are quite an inspiration for me.  I started a hand towel this afternoon.  Will keep you posted.

At 3:26pm on February 7, 2014, Lorelei Halley said…


Regarding Pag lace, I think that until the UNESCO video was published just a few years ago (about Pag and other Croatian laces) nobody in the world knew anything about it, or that it existed.  We have searched for books but there aren't any yet. There is one in Croatian but it is about history and culture rather than instructions on how to make it. If you go to the Pag opening page on our network you will find all the information we have been able to find.  Our member Xiaojie started teaching us using sequential photographs, and Linda has carried on with it.

At 12:10pm on February 2, 2014, Linda Grové said…

Nice to have you as  a friend here as well! By now you know I am a great admirer of your work! 

At 1:59pm on December 15, 2013, Lorelei Halley said…


Offering to share your notes is a very generous offer.  I would be glad to have them. Whenever you have the time.

At 1:22pm on December 11, 2013, Mandy Currie said…

Hello Yolande, it's not fair that we have to choose is it, there are so many lovely projects out there and so many different techniques to learn and history to read about. Goodness I need to live to 200 years to fit everything in, there are so many things I want to do. Your lace work is really beautiful.

At 2:36pm on October 19, 2013, Lorelei Halley said…


Welcome.  Please read all the NOTES.  They explain our policies, the laces we include, and how the software works.  Join any groups that interest you.  Post some photos of your best lace.   I have looked at your website before today and have admired your work.  Your punto antico is wonderful.  If you have any questions, contact me and I will try to help.


Bienvenue. S'il vous plaît lire toutes les notes. Ils expliquent nos politiques, les lacets nous comprendre, et comment fonctionne le logiciel. Rejoignez les groupes que vous d'intérêt. Poster des photos de votre meilleur dentelle. J'ai regardé votre site avant aujourd'hui et j'ai admiré votre travail. Votre Punto Antico est merveilleux. Si vous avez des questions, contactez-moi et je vais essayer de vous aider


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