A Step-by-step GuideBook - 2010
Essential materials, equipment, and techniques to this beautiful skill are explained step-by-step in an indispensable guide for all lacemakers, textile artists, and designers Torchon lacemaking is a textile art steeped in tradition--the skills required are often perceived by beginners to be well out of their reach. This practical book describes those skills step-by-step, making them accessible to all. It explains traditional techniques through a series of specially designed samplers. Although color is not traditional in bobbin lace, it has been used here to great effect so the path of each thread can be clearly followed through the sampler. Essential equipment and materials are described in detail. This book also offers instructions for a super-beaded sampler, advice on adapting and designing patterns, a guide to joining and mounting lace, troubleshooting hints, and information on suppliers and museums with lace collections.
Publisher: Ramsbury : Crowood Press, 2010
Branch Call Number: 746.222 TRE 2010
Characteristics: 240 p. : col. photos