By Patricia Read
From the co-author of 2 earlier Batsford lace titles comes a set of fifty wonderful lace styles that exhibit the fragile fantastic thing about this ever-popular lace. often, 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 smooth examples, and the writer experiments with diversified ornamental types - for instance, Celtic lettering that's bright with the colors of unique Celtic paintings, taken right into a new measurement with the addition of Milanese braids. beautiful miniatures in a jap kind might be a problem even for the main skilled lacemaker: the smallest styles are usually not inevitably the simplest! different styles contain flora, scrolls, leaves and butterflies, plus a few more odd designs: dragons, an image depicting the legend of Arion and the dolphin, and a surprising piece that includes the mythical...
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From the co-author of 2 prior Batsford lace titles comes a suite of fifty attractive lace styles that show off the fragile fantastic thing about this ever-popular lace. characteristically, 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 smooth designs.
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2. Start at the head and work down the body as far as the lower braid line of the large wing. Set the pairs aside. 3. Large wing: start at tip, work over the stem and make no connection to it. Sew off into the body. 4. Upper smaller wing is worked in a similar way to large wing. 5. Left leg: sew pairs into leaf and sew off into large wing. 6. Complete the body with the set-aside pairs and sew off into the leg just worked. 7. Two lower feathers worked from tip to body, again working over the stem of the leaf.
C. Brilliante d’Alsace (Broder Machine): No. 30: Light Blue, Col. 807; Darker Blue, Col. 806, and Grey Gutterman Viscose: Light Blue, 7240, and Darker Blue, 7251 Gutterman Polyester: Grey, 9495 (this is used for the eye and very little is needed) Order of working The number of pairs in this piece is variable. Be prepared to add pairs and throw them out to keep the braid flat. The work has rolled edges, and top sewings should be taken throughout. 1. Head: using 807 and 3 passive pairs of 7240 along the top of the head, start at the tip of the nose.
Each of the two outer braids starts with a scroll. For the centre vein, work one pair in half-stitch. Work 3 repeats of Italian Fish at the widest part, tapering down to finish with 10-stick. Roll. 3. The pointed braid, between the braids worked at No. 2, is worked from the inner curved shapes and down to the point: sew pairs in on both sides, working cloth stitch with a hole in the middle as marked. Keeping the braids level, join the two braids at the centre point, and work to the end, making a hole where marked.
50 New Milanese Lace Patterns by Patricia Read