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your hits - Vendio Gallery Antique Pillow Lace Instructions Etch CD 00! Click to view supersized image Pillow Lace Instructional + Etchings - 1900 CD REPUBLICATION! If you are the first to bid on this auction, using the buy-it-now option, YOU WIN! There is no chance of being outbid! DON T WAIT!! This would make a lovely and appreciated gift to your needleworking family, friends and co-workers! Here is another lovely antique item CD REPUBLICTION! This antique Victorian to Edwardian Pillow Laces Instructional and Patterns is a rare item indeed! Darling, darling stuff for those who are interested in how this delicate art was preformed. Plus, there are clear, concise instructions, patterns and etchings included for those who actually have the talent to do this dainty lace work in pdf format! (Original is NOTfor sale) It includes many projects which can be read about below. You can find the vintage and antique silk, cotton and linen threads on Atomic Mall to recreate the beautiful and unique pillow lace items! Just have to hunt a little bit!!! :^) This CD Republication contains 54 pages and contains complete instructions for making a plethora of bobbin laces for clothing embellishments, curtains, linens and other soft furnishing items. There are scores of lovely etchings demonstrating the construction, implements and embellishment techniques from the late 1880 s to the turn of the 19th century. Scarce and intriguingly useful information jam-packed in and just waiting for your creative muse and touch! A quote: Pillow lace may be regarded as an invention of the 16th century. Made in the first instance at Genoa, it spread rapidly throughout Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany and Sweden. Much later on, the work was introduced into Slavonic countries and South America; in recent years it has extended eastwards, notable to the Islands of Crete, Candia and Ceylon and to Madras in India. Contents: 1. Some pillow lace origin history 2. Implements, tools and accessories 3. The Lace Pillow (with detailed instructions and measurements on making your own Saxony-style lace pillow!) 4. Lace Bobbins 5. The winder or lace turn (and how to use it) 6. Stoppage of the thread upon the bobbin 7. The pattern or pricking 8. The pricker 9. The pins 10. Materials (types of threads to employ) 11. Position and movement of the hands ( how to prevent bobbins from getting entangled) 12. Twisting 13. Crossing 14. Passings (half- and whole-) 15. Grounds (from beginner level to more complex for the experienced bobbin worker) 16. Single Plait 17. Net or Lattice Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 18. Linen Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 19. Reseau or Torchon Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 20. Dieppe Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 21. Tulle Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 22. Brussels Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 23. Virgin Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 24. Ornamental Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 25. Rose Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 26. Valenciennes Ground (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 27. Dieppe Ground with Little Spiders (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 28. Reseau Ground with Squares in Spot Stitch (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 29. Reseau Ground with Leaves in Spot Stitch (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 30. Everlasting Lace in Two Rows (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 31. Torchon Lace (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 32. Picots (no pattern needed with work in progress etchings!) 33. Crossing with Three Pairs of Bobbins 34. Crossing with Four Pairs of Bobbins 35. Plaited Lace (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 36. Insertion with Squares in Spot Stitch (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 37. Gold Lace with Figures in Spot Stitch and Framing (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 38. Pillow Lace Braids (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 39. Straight Cloth Braid (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 40. Waved Cloth Braid (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 41. Russian Braid Lace (both pricking pattern and work in progress etchings!) 42. How to Connect the Braids This CD REPUBLICATION you will receive is representative of the types of needlework expertise of earlier feminine American culture! If you re into nostalgia like I am you will have many hours of enjoyment making/recreating vintage/antique needlework items for yourself or others dear to your heart just the way your great-grandmothers did! Something to think about: This is now the time of year for the creative people to work on their sewing, needlework, crochet, knitting, embroidery, bead and other arts/hobbies. I find, for myself, that now is playtime prior to the holiday rush for my hobbies and that this playtime dwindles dramatically during the rest of the year. If we don t play now we might not have many opportunities before this time next year... Pretty much everything you need to make the exquisitely delicate pillow laces but the silk, linen or cotton thread, bobbins, pillow, pins, etc. However, these all can be readily found on Atomic Mall! You just have to hunt a little bit! :) Or, you can obtain the contemporary materials at your nearest fabric, craft or hobby store... You may print these patterns in the original sizes or to you personal preferences. Then it is a quick process to transfer your virtually lost-to-the-modern-world-needleworker Victorian embroidery designs by any of the following methods. B y using an iron-on transfer pencil, with a pencil (or seamstress tracing wheel) and carbon paper, or by taping the pattern sheet on a window on a sunny day and tracing directly onto the fabric with a pencil. This information has been scanned onto CD-ROM using the Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF format. You may download the latest version of this software quickly at www.adobe.com . This is NOT a copy of another CD-ROM. You will receive an ORIGINAL CD reproduction of this resourceful book. The text is viewed easily from your computer or you may choose to print each page as you read this amazing book on antique fancywork. Every page has been meticulously scanned, cleaned and burned to preserve this ANTIQUE book s information and patterns to CD-ROM! The format of this resource has so many more advantages than the original book. What are the benefits of an antique book CD Republication * Every image and every page has been scanned at a high dpi to produce crystal clear images and you never have to deal with any crumbling old paper! * These scans are completely sizable. You can enlarge and print according to your visual needs! They are reformated in full-page sizing for better viewing of details, etc.! * Each page is saved in PDF format at high resolution and is readily accessible using the downloadable Adobe Acrobat Reader software program. This program is very user friendly and allows you to print any one specific page, pages or the entire CD contents! * Each time you want to use an image, a page or pages you can print it out. Every one will be as crisp and clear as the last! * Each CD-ROM comes in a protective case! Curious about the quality of these scans Please contact me and I will forward an image for your own personal inspection! Scale it, edit it, print it to fit your needs and you are surely going to be quite pleased with the results! You will appreciate the attention taken in providing a TOP QUALITY PRODUCT that you will use for many years to come... Payment: I prefer Paypal but also accept Bidpay, money orders or personal check. Shipping: Within the United States: $3.50 USPS. Out-of-country (including Canada): $4.50 Air Mail. Insurance is optional and runs $1.30 per $50 increments per shipment. Combined is available for all Dakota Prairie Auctions ending within 48 hours. Bead and book actions are shipped separately in order to insure they arrive in the very best condition at their home! You may opt to purchase insurance to cover your item. INSURANCE is optional. We offer our own private insurance for items up to $25 in value and postal insurance for items over $25 value. 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