iphoneappIf you like learning about laces and their origin and history and you have an iphone, then you are really going to be interested in this app. Jean and David Leader created and released what is apparently the first lace …

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Whether you’re a lacemaker, or you’d like to learn, or you’re just a fan: heads up! LaceNews announces a world-class event to be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, in August. The 60th International Organization of Lace, Inc. (IOLI) …

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joharJon Yusoff of Tat-a-Renda is sharing her beautiful pattern, Johar. Go to her blog post for the link to the free pattern download.…

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Tricia of The Embroiderer’s Story encourages us to see the Gems of European Lace exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The exhibit includes 13 masterpieces of handmade lace, including this Flemish bobbin lace from the …

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The Australian Lace Guild’s Exhibition 2012, The Four Seasons, will take place May 12-13 in Fullarton, South Australia. Get the details from the LaceNews post.…

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Recently, I shared an example of vintage lace made from rickrack from Gerry of Older Rose. Now Gerry has located more information about this technique that was so popular at the turn of the 20th Century. See Gerry’s post.…

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Gerry of Older Rose stumbled across this bit of handmade antique lace at a California flea market. It’s composed from a notion most of us keep in our stashes. Can’t guess what it is? Go to Gerry’s post to find

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See Penny Nickels in action as she creates one of her remarkable lacework images. Go to her Donkeywolf post for the video.…

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The Metro Chapter of the IOLI (Westwood, New Jersey, USA) is having a lace day and classes November 5-6. Included are an exhibition, a luncheon, and classes for all levels from children to experts. Find out more from the LaceNews

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Vincent of worksofhands completed this amazing bobbin-lace collar — following instructions in a book! He’s so freakin awesome. See the post.…

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bobbinDuring a recent low spell (healthwise), Guzzisue of Travel, Fibre and Thread blog experimented with making bobbin lace from embroidery floss. Cool! See more on her blog post.…

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