This book has been reviewed on the lace gumnuts website
Not to be confused with Cluny de Brioude by Mick Fouriscot and Odette Arpin, published a few years earlier, which is mainly mats and edges.
This new book is a treasure trove of motifs, jewellery and a few small mats. The diagrams in the introduction are large and clear, so are the working diagrams for each item.
With Christmas just around the corner, I would recommend every Gumnut puts this at the top of their wish list for a Christmas present. It inspires even me (who does not get on very well with leaves, they don’t like me) to try something from this book – trouble is, which pattern!
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 Brigitte Bellon Bruges Lace Bucks Point Building Butterfly Christine Springett Christmas Claire Burkhard Cluny Danish Design Downton Duchess Dutch Easter Eeva-Liisa Elwyn Kenn English Estonian Expert Finnish Flemish Flowers Free Lace French Geraldine Stott German Gilian Dye Gozo / Malta Guipure Historical History Honiton Idrija Instruction Inter Intermediate Italian Jane Lewis Jewellery Louise West Malmesbury Mechels Milanese Lace Miniature Mixed Lace Multilingual Needle Lace Non Bobbin Lace Pam Nottingham Pat Perryman Pat Read Patt Patterns Portuguese Pricking Reference Rosaline Russian Lace Sandi Woods Scarves Spanish Stitches Swedish Tape Lace Techniques Tonder Torchon Ulrike Voelcker Valenciennes Wedding Withof