bobbin lace


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bobbin lace

[′bäb·ən ‚lās]
(textiles)
A lace made by hand from thread wound on bobbins by following a pattern denoted by pins, usually worked over a fabric pillow. Also known as pillow lace.
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Sunday, the Elverhoj Museum at 1640 Elverhoy Way will feature demonstrations of Old World Danish crafts such as bobbin lace making, weaving and paper-cutting.
CARDIFF Drop in to see the bobbin lace makers demonstrate their craft and celebrate their 30th anniversary at St Fagans National History Museum.
This retreat is designed to give individuals the opportunity to experience and integrate the spirituality and the practice of making bobbin lace in a contemplative setting.
Below, working on their bobbin lace are Pamela Stevens (left) and Morag Haslam Pictures by Paul Welch (PW310312Cmuseum-01/03) Purchase: www.
D'Angelo, through a contact, was introduced to Aruna Seth, who oversees a unique group of crafts women who practice the art of traditional bobbin lace making, which was originally introduced to this Christian region of southern India by a Catholic missionary from Belgium in the early 1800's.
Demonstrations of traditional crafts inc spinning, weaving, clog-making, bread-making, bobbin lace, patchwork, quilling and the West Yorkshire branch of the International Guild of Knot-Tyers.