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This book was reviewed on the gumnuts website:
To quote the forward, the designs in this book have been inspired by a range of sources, some historical, others from plant life, and one from another artist’s paintings.
The book is not aimed at the complete beginner to lacemaking, but at the lacemaker who has some knowledge of Bedfordshire who wants to work new patterns.
The book starts with a simple bookmark with full working instructions, and progresses through a total of 25 various lovely patterns of increasing difficulty until the final patterns are just the pricking and a photo of the worked lace.
I'm the lace bee and these are my books
With currently over 300 books and about the same number of individual patterns, I have an enviable library. So here are some of my books.
All Advanced Alex Stillwell Australian Barbara Underwood Bedfordshire Beginner Bobbins Bridget Cook Bruges Lace Bucks Point Building Butterfly Christine Springett Christmas Cluny Danish Design Duchess Dutch Easter Elywn Kenn English Estonian Expert Finnish Flemish Flowers Free Lace French Geraldine Stott German Gilian Dye Gozo / Malta Guipure Historical History Honiton Instruction Intermediate Italian Jane Lewis Jewellery Louise West Mechels Milanese Lace Miniature Mixed Lace Multilingual Needle Lace Non Bobbin Lace Pam Nottingham Pat Perryman Pat Read Patterns Pricking Reference Russian Lace Sandi Woods Scarves Spanish Stitches Swedish Tape Lace Techniques Tonder Torchon Ulrike Voelcker Valenciennes Wedding Withof