Kimberly of Baroque Embellishments created this lacy, sparkly little holly garland by working needlelace over wire with silk thread. She calls the style “Elizabethan Bling.” Perfect! Would you like to have a little of this holiday sparkle for your table? …

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Yvette Stanton shares images and the story behind this amazing ship improvised in needlelace by Robyne Bunter. Go to Vetty’s post.…

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Janet Granger used half-cone sticks to create the needlelace flowers on this bag. In response to reader inquiries, she’s done some research and put together a list of sources for these needlework tools. What a nice thing to do. See

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Jeanine of Italian Needlework blog shares the news that Poncetto Lace by Theresa Rizzi is now available free from the Smithsonian’s internet archive. This little instruction book, published in 1917, may be the only manual ever created in English for …

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Rachel of VirtuoSew Adventures shares images of a blouse she embellished with needlelace when she was just a teenager. You’ll enjoy the story and the close-ups of the beautiful stitching. Go to her post.…

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Jeanine in Canada gives us the heads-up that ten classic needlelace patterns are now available for download from Aemilia Ars website. The story behind these beautiful patterns is fascinating. Go to Jeanine’s Italian Needlework blog post to learn a bit

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Hannah of enbrouderie shares an amazing Sandy Starkman needlelace jacket, found by her mom in a thirft store for $7! Her first post is a series of close-up photos of the needlework. The second post is a bit of speculation about …

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Racaire of Racaire’s Embroidery & Needlework has posted a tutorial for Stäbchen — needlelace based on a type of buttonhole stitch. See the tute. And be sure to scroll through her posts for other lovely needlelace tidbits and tips.…

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