[HNW] Advice on books

Liz Berard msberard at earthlink.net
Tue Jan 1 08:06:40 PST 2002


At http://www.lacis.com/catalog/catalog.html under book catalog.

Connie Marie Carroll wrote:
>
> I'd like to know where you can find these books especially the Irish Crochet
> Lace and Lucet Braiding One.
>
> Mistress Bunny
>
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> Subject: [HNW] Advice on books
>
> I've gotten some money for christmas and I'm thinking of getting some
> books.
>
> Since I can't find what I want and local bookstores I like anyone's
> option
> that has actually read them.
>
> IRISH CROCHET LACE by Fumiko Shimura
> I know it isn't in English but since symbolic crochet is used i don't
> find that a problem.
>
> ANYBODY CAN MEND LACE AND LINENS, Elizabeth Kurella.
>
> RENAISSANCE PATTERNS FOR LACE AND EMBROIDERY, Federico Vinciolo
>
> LUCET BRAIDING: VARIATIONS ON A RENAISSANCE CORD, Elaine Fuller
> ISBN 1-891656-06-6
>
> LACE IN THE MAKING WITH BOBBINS AND NEEDLE, Margaret L. Brooke
>
> NEEDLE-MADE LACES OF RETICELLA, ed Jules & Kaethe Kliot
>
> INICIACION AL GANCHILLO 1-5, MYM
>
> Any advice you may have about any of these books would be appreciated as
> several are costly.
>
> Thanks
>
> LizB
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