[HNW] Bobbin Lace

Leif og Bjarne Drews drewscph at post12.tele.dk
Sun Jul 18 12:17:35 PDT 2010

I have not responded to this because i am way two buisy with commisions.
But i can also take commisions with gold and silver bobbin lace, also lace with spangles if requiered.
I have some old prickings from royal burrials at Roskilde Cathedral in Denmark wich i use for renaissance laces.
So i just want to recommend myself for this also, but as it is right now and til oktober, i have not time to make commisions.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Dyan J 
  To: Historic Needlework 
  Sent: Sunday, July 18, 2010 3:59 PM
  Subject: Re: [HNW] Bobbin Lace

  I used some very similar on a pair of gloves & it looked grand. I removed a strand from the top edge to attach gold spangles to the lace so it would blend. Also checked last week with a German lace maker who has a needle worker's supply in a nearby town. She doesn't have anything right now, but may in the future & I'll let you know if that happens. I have purchased some silver & gold lace from her before & it rocks with an authentic appearance! She uses Krienik Japan synthetic metal threads. 
  What width & length do you need for your project? 


  From: Velvet Claw <a_velvet_claw at yahoo.com.au>
  To: HNW <h-needlework at lists.ansteorra.org>
  Sent: Wed, July 14, 2010 5:40:34 PM
  Subject: [HNW] Bobbin Lace


  I wrote in a few weeks ago asking about where to find some gold bobbin lace.

  I never did hear back from that antique lace company.

  PinkLeader (Jen Thies) had a mention today in her LiveJournal post of a lace she was using :


  It's not quite bobbin lace - but it's similar.

  I just thought I'd let you know.

  There is a selection of other laces there as well.

  Best regards,

  Megan/Elmsley Rose


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