Introducing Traditional Bedfordshire Lace in 20 Lessons
|INSIDE:||67 black & white photos, 2 colour photos and 210 line drawings|
Traditional Bedfordshire lace, with its wonderful designs for flowers, leaf sprays and grounds, has a growing appeal for the modern lace-maker. After the success of her pioneering instruction book, Traditional Bedfordshire Lace, for the experienced lace-maker, Barbara Underwood now offers a graded course essential for the newcomer to Bedfordshire lace.
It provides a thorough grounding in the techniques: the step-by-step instructions help provide the skills for tackling Bedfordshire patterns independently. The book is easy to use with compact patterns and clear diagrams. The large colour display gives ideas for using and mounting the finished lace and shows the effectiveness of the coloured threads.
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