IBSN 0 7134 5769 4

In this book, Pamela has aimed at both beginner and the lacemaker who wishes to produce quick lace forms. After a few chapterd on equipment and basic stitches, the reader is shown the various types of lace. Superbly illustrated and clearly written, this book will appeal to lacemakers of all skills.

Bobbin Lace Making: $30.00







IBSN 0 7134 7790 3

This book is filled with patterns that you can use to mark any occasion using plant and flower motifs. A variety of bobbin lace techniques are involved. The patterns have been contributed by a worldwide team of expert lacemakers, under the guidance of Bridget Cook.


Plants and Flowers in Lace: $28.00







IBSN 0 7134 7788 1

This book is filled with patterns that you can use to mark any birthday, or indeed any occasion of personal importance. Includes all signs of the zodiac.

Birthdays and Birth Signs: $22.00







IBSN 978 0 903585 27 9

Barbara Underwood offers a graded course essential for the new newcomer to Bedfordshire Lace. It provides a thorough grounding in the techniques; the step by step instructions help provide the skills for tackling Bedfordshire patterns independently.

Introducting Traditional Bedforshire Lace in 20 Lessons: $50.00











35 Patterns for flowers and flower covers. Technical drawings and colored photos. Designed as a decorative element for a wide range of applications. German, English and French.

Variationen in Blute: $40.00







IBSN 978 3 925184 11 6

A Torchon design is modified here to 10 very different tips and inserts. The author plays with shapes, colors, sizes and applications. Featuring a handkerchief lace, a border for a round and an oval doily, a hexagonal insert, a table runner and the heart-shaped cups for the typical Danish Christmas tree. Includes an illustration, the bobbin lace and a color-coded technical drawing for each pattern.

Variations in Torchon: $35.00







A survey and Comparison of nearly 1900 Lacemaking and other threads


Threads for Lace Edition 7: Out of Stock







IBSN: 978 064656053 3

Introduction to Bobbin Lacemaking contains extensive diagrams and exercises with information on equipment and materials and detailed instructions on preparing work, including pattern construction.


Introduction to Bobbin Lace Making: $38.00







Containing patterns from various authors. Lace patterns include Russian Lace, Torchon Lace, Binche, and much more


Special Kant Athene: $47.00







Months of preparation were required for the summer hats project. Freinds and family of the Author were asked to find mathematical soulutions to geometric and creative problems, often at unsociable hours. English intrepation insert included.


Summer Hats: $40.00







IBSN 0 7134 8057 2

The first chapters show how to make lace for costume dolls, ranging in sizes from 6 to 24 inches. In addition to bobbin and needlelace, the book incorperates embroidery techniques such as blackwork and quilting. The projects include lace collars, petticoats, ruffles, sleeves, stoles, fans and edgings. The author then turns to doll houses where patterns are provided for the dining room, the living room and the bedroom. A final chapter on dressing dolls and making up the costumes is accompanied by pattern pieces.


Lace for Dolls: $35.00







IBSN 0 7134 7791 1

With this book, lacemaking skills can be used to celebrate important events, or to simply enjoy for what they are. You will give everlasting pleasure, to yourself, and to your family and friends.


Special Occasions in Lace: $22.00







IBSN 07134 8683 X

The Technique of Bobbin Lace has enjoyed prime position on the bookshelves of lace enthusiasts for the past 20 years. Introductory sections explain equipment and preperation terms and methods and lead onto more challenging chapters. Joining and Mounting has it's own seperate section. Covers Torchon, Bucks and Bedfordshire Laces.

The Technique of Bobbin Lace:$40.00







IBSN 0 7134 8678 3

Milanese has a greater variety of decorative stitches within braid than any other lace New Braids and Designs is a collection of 43 beautiful new braids, including 2 spiral braids, and 40 original patterns. All come with diagrams, photographs and full instructions.

New Braids and Designs in Milanese lace: $35.00







IBSN 1 86108 086 7

Discover how to make exquisite minature Torchon and Bedfordshire lace. Those interested in minatures, as well as lacemakers, will be enchanted by the dozens of tiny projects found in this book. Beginning with essential advice and instructions, the book covers equipment, beginners braid and stitches and techniques. This is followed by 42 projects, with beautiful pieces for rooms throughout the house.


Miniature Bobbin Lace: $35.00







IBSN 0 7134 7888 8

This book assumes no prior knowledge and no previous skills. Beginning with the basic equipment, the author explains how to use it and how to form the first stitches She then progresses to simple repetitive patterns and the formation of grounds, edgings and corners. She concludes her book with nstructions for making complete and usable items. The drawings, patterns and prickings are clear and detailed, like the text ideal for the novice lacemaker


Beginning Bobbin Lace: Out of Stock







IBSN O 7134 3931 9

Here is a collection of 100 traditional patterns for Bucks Point lace. The diagrams are colour coded for clarity and each pattern is printed in detail, diarammatic form. Not only are there 100 traditional patterns contained in this book, but the majority have an unusual or interesting feature in their construction, not readily observed or perhaps fully appreciated at first glance.


100 Traditional Bobbin Lace Patterns: $35.00







IBSN 951 97036 5 9

It was the little flaxen haired children of the authors neighbourhood that inspired the lace pictures in the book. Watching a sleeping baby, seeing it wake up, confidently studying its surroundings, grasping everything new with sparkling eyes. A beautiful book of children in lace doing all sorts of things.

Children in Bobbin Lace: $50.00







IBSN 1 86351 121 0

Knotted Lace is an ancient craft that is still practised in the Eastern Mediterranean today. It is known under a variety of names including dandella, Armenian Lace and Nazareth lace. Step by step instructions make it simple to follow the instructions for the many different motifs and designs it is possible to create.


Knotted Lace in the Eastern Mediterrian Tradition: $30.00







IBSN 0 7134 8306 7

Bruges Flower Lace is one of the most beautiful forms of traditionalContinental bobbin lace. This illustrated guide describes the basic techniques used in the lace and provides detailed explanations. The instructions are accompanied by photographs, prickings and diagrams.


Bruges Flower Lace: $35.00







IBSN 951 97036 3 2

Softbook Pattern Book with a short introduction to techniques. Patterns include some Christmas items, flowers and leaves and people Pictures, Pricking and thread available but no working instructions.


Bobbin Lace Patterns 1998: $38.00







IBSN 0 86417 792 5

Enjoy recreating the exquisite knitted lace of Victorian times. An extensive and varied collection of original old patterns, embellished with line drawings to fit the period. The knitting terms have been updated and all samples tested. The book contains patterns suitable for both beginners and experienced knitters.


Classic Knitted Cotton Edgings: $25.00







IBSN 0 7134 8905 7

Create a full alphabet in exquisite colured bobbin lace. 24 further designs show the potential of the alphabet as a design source. Showcases the authors unique use of coloured thread. Comprehensive instructions, including pricking nd pin reference charts.


Alphabet Inspirations in Coloured Bobbin Lace: $38.00







IBSN 87 90277 13 9

22 Patterns for the beginner or experienced lacemaker. A very popular book with 3 dimensional crib and 9 figures, 2 sheep, ram, dog, ox, donkey, star. The working diagrams are instructive and precise. The book had Danish, German and English text.


The Crib: $45.00







IBSN 0 7134 8626 0

Full coloured photographs and colour coded diagrams throughout. Brief multi language instructions. Nearly 30 original and attractive bobbin lace patterns, designed and worked by the author. Can be used as a straight pattern book or as a source of stitches and techniques.


Building Torchon Lace Patterns: $40.00







IBSN 87 90277 06 6

30 patterns with 30 new ideas for decorating the Christmas Tree, table decorations, serviette rings and candle holders. There are both flat and 3 dimensional motives of stars, snowflakes, angels, Danish Christmas pixies, and a crib scene. The book is suitable for both new beginners and experienced lacemakers. Precise working instructions and instructive text.


New Christmas Lace 3: Out of Stock







IBSN 0 7134 8647 3

New Patterns in Honiton contains thirty new designs that have been worked by experienced lacemakers. Each pattern has been interpreted in an original style and is illustrated with a photo of the finished work, a pricking and a working diagram.


New Patterns in Honiton Lace: $35.00







IBSN 951 97036 4 0

The coloured paper strings used in this book are very common in Finland. Patterns for butterfly, angels, flowers and more.


Bobbin Lace with Paper Strings: $40.00







IBSN 0 7134 7550 1

A coloured packed guide to making decorative lace and lace accessories, Lace in Miniature shows you how to create not only appealing in their own right but also suitble for dolls.Conceived to met the need for lace patterns small enough for dolls clothes on a scale of 1/4 to 1/12, this book developed to encompass a range of accessories using both bobbin and needle lace. In addition, patterns for some of the complete costumes are provided.


Lace in Miniature: $40.00







IBSN 0 86417 599 X

A new and innovative approach which expands on the traditional techniques of shuttle and needle tatting and introduces the technique of inverted tatting.


New Dimensions in Tatting: $20.00







IBSN 3 258 04194 6

Text is in German and translates to: Designing for Bruges Flower Lace. This has been translated via Google translate.

If you wish to develop your own pattern for the brugger flower technique, you should have the necessary basic knowledge, such as the booklet published in the same publisher, brugger flowers, introduction to a trimmed-down technique by J.E.H. The book by Bridgett M. Cook, Handbook of the technique for Fragan's method of working, these works should also be consulted. The patterns raised and stepped up in the first-mentioned publication reveal the most important elements for compositions with bruger flowers. In this book, you can find a lot of designs with new interpretations and application possibilities. A chapter is devoted to the design of a whole pattern that is applied to a section.Additional technical details are presented and traditional forms are further developed. different styles not only have different degrees of difficulty, but also offer something for every taste.


Brugger-Blumen Kloppelspitzen: $30.00







IBSN 0 8069 0290 6

It's tatting as you have never seen it before. Here are 50 fabulous projects for you to make some of the most attractive items you have ever produced. After looking through the gallery of gorgeous full colour photos, you will instantly want to get started on these wonderful projects. With over 100 designs for inspitation, you can apply these patterns to literlally hindreds of projects. Even if you have never tied a knot before, with these complete instructions and step by step illustrations covering every aspect of tatting, you will be able to begin immediately and get sensational results.


A New Twist on Tatting: $29.00







IBSN 0 86140 368 1

Limerick is probably the most famous of all Irish Laces. The making of Limerick Lace was made possibl when machine made net became readily available, as it is a form of embroidery on net, being either chain stitch (tambour) or darned net (run) lace, or a combination of both techniques. This Book is in 3 parts. The first deals with the invention of Limerick Lace and its history, the second with Mrs Florence Vere O'Brien and her contribution to Limerick and its lace workers, while the third deals with the techniques used in making Linmerick lace, the materials and designs, preperation and sewing, and filling and embroidery stititches.


Limerick Lace: $35.00







IBSN 0 85105 512 5

White on white embroidery in various forms has been practiced in Ireland for several centuries. Mountmellick work is probably the best known style of Irish white embroidery and is named after the town where the craft was developed in the early decades of the 19th century.


Mountmellick Work: $35.00







IBSN 90 71970 01 9

The book is in Dutch. Translated using Google translate.

We are pleased to be able to add 20 valenciennes variations to our book in the bobbin area. The patterns in this book are arranged according to ascending difficulty. Our aim was always to come up with a design with the possibility to use it. With this aim in mind, we opted for a square mesh with a geometric design, which benefits the corners. The free designs are only indicated in contour; the number of pairs to be used is determined by the order of work and the creativity of the spoolster.


Valenciennes Varieties: $30.00







IBSN 3 925184 87 2

The book is in German. Translated using Google translate.

Brigitte Bellon gives hints to own designs and designs of new Kloppelgrunde. Sample strips show how small neuronal effects can be achieved with small strips. For those who still do not dare to design their own or who do not have the time, 25 new knock patterns with a picture, a knock-letter and a work instruction offer a wide selection.


OUT OF STOCK






IBSN 0 903585 09 X

The idea of a book based on a collection of lace now in the Cecil Higgins Art gallery, Bedfordshire, arose in an interest shown in his lace by pracrising lacemakers who, in the last few years ahve revived what was once a local cottage industry as a craft of leisure. The collection was bequeathed to the town of Bedford in 1945 by Miss Amy Lester, She was the daughter of Thomas James Lester, the last member of a family who had been in business as lace dealers in Bedford from the 1820's to 1905.


Thomas Lester, his Lace and the East Midlands Industry: $45.00







IBSN 0 7134 8071 8

A range of bobbin lace techniques including Milanese, Withof, Honiton, Duchesse and briges. Combining coloured threads are featured. Over 20 patterns including Dainties, Second Thoughts, Morning Glory, Crocus Leaves, Fishtails, String of Pearls, Pescoso, Celtic Fish, Sea Swirl and On Refelction. Each pattern graually developes the required skills with step by step instructions, prickings and photographs.


Special Effects in Bobbin Lace: $50.00







IBSN 0 8069 5822 7

It only takes a few easy stitches and a few short hours to master Filet Crochet. Then, you'll be able to create wonderful items for every room in the house or elegant thoughtful gifts for everyone on your list. This book is filled with more than 100 great projects, all shown in full colour, with wasy to follow instructions and graphs - plus a step by step course in the back.


The Filet Crochet Book: $35.00







IBSN 3 925184 72 4

11 Bobbin Lace patterns from Peniche, with photographs, diagrams, prickings and working instructions.
Short historical introduction. Written in Portugese, English and German.


Bobbin Lace of Peniche: $32.00







IBSN 1 883010 40 3

Nancie Wiseman has lovingly recreated each pattern from Blanche Bean's lace knitting notebook, found in the attic of her home. The patterns are updated with easy to follow abbreviations and termiology, and are all presented in chart form and with row by row text. Ways to use the lace are offered through fifteen projects.


Lace from the Attic: $30.00







IBSN 3 925184 82 1

In German and translated from German.

24 patterns for poinsettia, jewels with illustration, tobbone letter, instructions and, if necessary, detail drawing - provide rich opportunities to spare the coming dark season. So, the anticipation of the Christmas party becomes visible when another star appears on each advent day


Gekloppelte Weihnachtssterne: $32.00







IBSN 952 90 4565 4

Since the four past books on bobbin lace, the author kept designing new patterns, which are herewith gladly make available for the use of other lacemakers. It is with hope that these designs will give the reader as much pleasure as possible in your lace making hours. The book contains 51 different patterns with prickings for several purposes: collars, necklaces, birdes and angels in bobbin lace. Further you will also find four lace pictures, the prickings of which you can obtain from the publisher.


Roses in Bobbin Lace: Out of Stock







IBSN 978 87 90277 22 2

12 new ideas for birds, peacocks, angels, and table decorations. The models all come with precise and instructive diagrams.


Jana's Xmas 2013: $40.00







IBSN 90 213 0865 7

In Dutch and Traslated from Dutch
In this book you will find 37 original pieces of work, performed in different techniques. For the most part they are photographed in full size and provided with work descriptions and set-up patterns. The associated work patterns can be taken from the book for direct use on the lace bobbin.


Kantklospatronen: $50.00







IBSN 0 71347603 6

New and Original flower lace patterns. Projects for all levels of skills. Motifs large and small. Ideas and inspiration for every lacemaker.


Rosaline Lace: $35.00