50 New Milanese Lace Patterns - download pdf or read online

By Patricia Read

ISBN-10: 1849942013

ISBN-13: 9781849942010

From the co-author of 2 earlier Batsford lace titles comes a suite of fifty beautiful lace styles that show off the fragile great thing about this ever-popular lace. normally, the ornate braids that make up Milanese lace have been utilized in lengthy, convoluted floral styles, yet also they are simply tailored to be used in additional sleek designs. This new booklet of styles includes either conventional and glossy examples, and the writer experiments with varied ornamental kinds - for instance, Celtic lettering that's brilliant with the colors of unique Celtic artwork, taken right into a new measurement with the addition of Milanese braids. beautiful miniatures in a eastern kind should be a problem even for the main skilled lacemaker: the smallest styles are usually not inevitably the best! different styles comprise plant life, scrolls, leaves and butterflies, plus a few more odd designs: dragons, an image depicting the legend of Arion and the dolphin, and a wonderful piece that includes the mythical...

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Work the braid and point in a similar manner to the small leaf. 3. Centre vein of large leaf is worked with 4 passive pairs and 1 worker pair. There is no edge stitch. Twist workers 3 times when pinning up. 4. Fillings: use Lattice – 1 with no edge pairs. Sew the workers into the existing braid on both sides. Braid A. Cross-Over – 2 Filling B. Lattice – 1 SPRAY → THIS PIECE IS MADE IN A CONTINUOUS BRAID, A TRADITIONAL FEATURE OF MILANESE LACE. THE WIDTH OF THE BRAID VARIES, AND EXTRA PAIRS SHOULD BE LAID IN AND THROWN OUT TO KEEP THE BRAID FULL.

Braids A. Ammonite B. Spot Spider C. Orchid – 2 BUTTERFLY PANEL → THIS PIECE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO FIT A DOUBLE GLASS PANEL FRAME 35 × 13CM (13½ × 5IN). ALL THE EDGES HAVE BEEN ROLLED, WHICH IS OPTIONAL, AND THE BUTTERFLY MAY BE WORKED AS A SEPERATE MOTIF. Thread Madeira Tanne No. 80 Order of working 1. The main outline braid: start at marked holes at the bottom-left circle. Note that at the top point Archway is worked in reverse on one side. Sew off into the opposite circle. 2. Butterfly: start with the antenna in 10-stick and take the pairs into the body, which is worked with 3 repeats of Orchid – 2.

Braids A. Meander-in-Braid – 2 B. Lattice – 1 CELTIC CIRCLE → DESIGNED AND WORKED BY JANE READ, THIS HAS TWO IDENTICAL REPEATS AND THE FIRST SECTION CANNOT BE SEWN OFF UNTIL THE SECOND REPEAT IS MADE. THE NUMBER OF PAIRS IS VARIABLE. Thread Madeira Tanne No. 80 Order of working 1. Set up on a scroll with 14 pairs. Work the braid continuously until a few pinholes from the next section and set the pairs aside. 2. Work the second section and sew off into the first section. 3. Complete and sew off the first section with the set-aside pairs.

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