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Creative Arts Virtual Exhibition 2020

23 photo(s) Updated on: October 01, 2020
  • Pattern from “Ristnippu”; Old Rauma Point Ground Lace. Thread: Egyptian cotton 80/2, DMC Pearl 8 gimp.
  • Half-stitch ball pattern from Ann Wild's book "Lace Balls". Thread: Madeira Astro 4 metallic thread
  • Pattern from "Small Motifs in Idrija Lace" by Riet Delescen. The thread is Filato per tombolo di Cantu #40 by Coats Cucirini
  • Tatted placemat from Helping Hands Newsletter, Winter 2020. Thread: Lizbeth 10. It is the first of a set of placemats.
  • From “Kant uit Vlaanderen en s’ Gravenmoer” published by LOKK. Thread:Finca 60 with a gimp of three strands of Susan Bates embroidery floss.
  • "Coeffure de Dentelles" silk head cap made from the guide in The American Duchess Guide to 18th Century Beauty. Edged with Ipswich lace in black silk; pattern from Karen Thompson's book.
  • Lavender sachets: gifts for friends.
  • Idrija lace "Mary". Made for wedding gift.
  • Torchon-edged bureau scarf
  • Cluny sample
  • Torchon tablecloth, worked in 50/2 silk. Pattern adapted from Bromley Lacemakers.
  • Floral Beds dog rose; Louise West pattern
  • Star from Ulrike Voelcker's pattern book "6 Sterne"
  • The snowman is a Lace Guild design. It was just plain fun to do.
  • The pendent is wire lace and designed by Belinda Belisle. Virtual lace class by Zoom.
  • Samples from Le Puy book
  • Sachet with Tonder edging & silk ribbon embroidery: Tonder edging pattern from Inge Skovgaard, The Technique of Tonder Lace. Kreinik cotton 120/2 and DMC Brilliant 30 doubled for gimp.
  • Butterfly torchon runner: Adapted & enlarged 130% from a pattern by Brigitte Bellon, Bobbin Lace Butterflies. Gutermann quilting cotton and DMC Perle 5. Sewn to repurposed vintage linen.
  • Amaryllis torchon runner: Adapted & enlarged 115% from a pattern by V. Paton, Creative Lace Patterns. Two colors Bockens linen 60/2
  • Swim lane bookmark (Louise West fundraiser pattern)
  • Lacis face mask: Copy of a piece of 16th century fillet lace at the Met which is double the size (5-sq/inch). This piece is 10-sq/inch on a piece of synthetic open weave.
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