Pierre-Fouche-Aiden’s-Metamorphosis-2010-Three-layers-of-suspended-bobbin-lace-in-cotton.-325x500Today at Mr. X Stitch, the post is about artists they have featured who are on the cutting edge of their medium. For example, the artwork featured here is created with bobbin lace! Each artists takes the medium in which …

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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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This isn’t news of a tutorial or a product you can buy. It is sheer eye candy–picture-perfect tatting. Marilee Rockley of Yarnplayer’s Tatting created this pansy hairclip just for the joy of it. She tells a bit about the source …

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An outstanding lace event is in the offing in the USA. The 59th International Old Lacers, Inc. (IOLI) Convention, hosted by the Minnesota Lace Society will be held August 5-11, 2012, in St. Paul, Minnesota. The event includes classes, lace …

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Russia is honoring its lacemaking tradition by featuring handmade lace on four sets of postage stamps. Each block–the full image–separates into four triangular stamps. Love it. Find out more from the Lace News post.…

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Jeanine in Canada shares some tips for improving your puncetto needle lace skills. Take advantage of her lessons learned. Go to her Italian Needlework blog post for details.…

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Mary Corbet of Needle ‘n’ Thread examines a work of Battenberg lace created by a priest for the hem of his vestments. It’s an amazing story. See the post.…

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John Hopper of The Textile Blog reviews the work of Art Nouveau lace designer Felix Aubert. You’ll relish the illustrations. Go to the post.…

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Emilee Gettle‘s post on Craftzine.com shows us how to create a vintage-style spider loom from inexpensive materials. You can use the loom to create delicate square and circular pieces–popular in the 1930s and 40s–from the downloadable instructions. Go to

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The 31st Annual Ithaca Lace Day and Conference will be October 7-10 in Ithaca, New York, USA. Workshops will include Traditional Milanese Lace, Armenian Knotted Lace, Traditional Binche Lace, Torchon with Fine Threads, and Introduction to Bobbin Lacemaking. Go to

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