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Lace-making in the Midlands

C C. Channer

Lace-making in the Midlands

Past and present

by C C. Channer

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby C.C.Channer and M.E.Roberts.
ContributionsRoberts, M E.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18990803M

  The romance of the lace pillow: being the history of lace-making in Bucks, Beds, Northants and neighbouring counties, together with some account of the lace industries of Devon and Ireland. by Wright, Thomas; 7 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Lace and lace making, History, Bobbin lace, England, Ireland; Places: England, Midlands, Ireland. scanned version of the original published book from the early 's** Suffice: Torchon lace is one of the oldest laces, and is common to many lace-making regions such as Belgium, France, Italy, Saxony, Sweden and to its simplicity, torchon lace is generally the first lace a lacemaker learns to make, and has been since at least. IOLI Library: Book List by Authors 50th IOLI Convention, compiler; 50th Anniversary , IOLI Convention Patter; P Abbey, Barbara; Knitting Lace; K Lace-making in the Midlands - past and present by C. C. Channer () Lace-making with crochet hook and knitting needles () Lacis, practical instructions in filet brodé or darning on net by I. A. Simpson () Ladies' fancy work by J. F. .

Lace thread was typically made from linen, and later silk or metallic gold threads, followed by cotton in the nineteenth century. Needle and bobbin laces were often named after the region or town where they were made. Preeminent lace making centers were established in Italy, Flanders, and France.


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