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Payment Shipping Additional Information Victorian Point Lace Book Beetons Design Patterns 1870
Mrs Beeton's Point Lace Instructions
Spiral Bound Book Republication
Originally Published 1870!
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Up for bid is another marvelous Dakota Prairie Treasures Spiral Bound Book Republication of our original "Mrs Beeton's Point Lace Instructions" originally published in 1870! This item has point lace making instructions for lacy, feminine items of all sorts that were the accoutrements of every respectable Victorian household! What a great item for your Victorian and Dickens historical reenactment or recreating pleasure, for gift-giving occasions or just because you love to make them!
This HISTORIC item includes detailed instructions and needle working techniques to make the lovely fancy work patterns included! (Original is NOT for sale)
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This is a unbelievably nice touch if you have every tried to read a pattern's instructions while your hands are full of your in progress project. As an avid needleworker myself my personal experience prompted my choice of spiral binding for it's ease-of-use alone. I bet you'll love it too!
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This is certainly a fine source of historically valuable techniques and inspiration for the creative needlework, fabric and thread artists who desire to study and recreate the Victorian and Post Civil War Era hand made point lace making techniques! This is the perfect opportunity to purchase your own version of another wonderful arts and crafts instructional revealing our heritage from early America and European cultures!
"Pillow lace is entirely worked on the pillow or cushion, the pattern and ground being produced at the same time. Pillow lace is sometimes correctly called bone or bobbin lace...The materials required for this elegant branch of needlework are neither numerous nor expensive. Tracing Cloth, Leather, or Toile Ciree, various Braids and Cords, Linen Thread and two or three sizes of needles, scissors and thimble."
Point Lace Work
Various Illustrations of Ancient and Modern Laces
Working Point Lace Directions
To Place the Braid
The Stitches Used in Point Lace
Point de Bruxelles
(Brussels Lace Worked in Rows)
Point de Venise
(Venetian or Venice Point)
Petit Point de Venise
(Little Venice Point)
Treble Point D'Espangne
Point de Grecque
Point de Valenciennes
Point d'Alencon, with Twisted Stitch
Point d'Alencon, with Button-hole Stitch
(Open English Lace)
Point de Cordova
Point de Reprise
Point de Fillet
(Net Groundwork Stitch)
Point de Fillet and Point de Reprise
Point de Tulle
Escaher Lace Worked in Diamonds
Spanish Point Lace
Spanish Point Lace
(Worked a l'Anglaise)
Wheels and Rosettes
Rosette in Point d'Angleterre
Rosette in Raised Point d'Angleterre
Sorrento Bar #1
Sorrento Bar #2
(Squares, Triangles, etc.)
Plain Venetian Bars
Bas of Point d'Angleterre
Point de Venise Bars
Dotted Point de Venise Bars
Picot or Dot on Sorrento Bar
Dot or Picot
Network for Working Raleigh Bars
Third Mode of Making Picots or Dots
Edges and Purl Finish
Point de Bruxelles Edging
Point de Venise
Point d'Angleterre Edging
Point d'Espagne Edging
Star in Point Lace