Books for all lace makers from beginner to expert
Text German. 12 Star patterns which can be varied in size by using the different sized prickings. There is also guidance of the thickness of the thread to use. Clear pattern and working diagrams.
This is an updated version of the original 121 Honiton Lace Fillings first published in 1997. It includes both new and old fillings.
16 patterns for colourful bobbin lace Easter eggs (each about 13 cm high). The lace is worked with relatively thick pearl cotton.
24 Hearts in Bobbin Lace by Lene Bjorn
Irmgard Schneider's bestseller with lace motifs from nature has been republished in January 2009. In the book there is a great variety of 36 bobbin-made pictures of herbs and flowers.
The fifth booklet in the series Cahiers de la Dentellière. This time it is single lace letters of the alphabet in eternelle-technique; generally they are worked with just 4 pairs of bobbins.
Mostly the patterns in this book are for Christmas stars; a few hearts and bells are included as well.
Rosemary Shepherd has spent decades deciphering the techniques used in early bobbin lace. On the basis of about 30 examples, the author explains how the old lace was reconstructed and the techniques which are necessary to make it.
An Introduction to Bedfordshire Lace by Jean Leader (Lace Guild)
An Introduction to Bucks Point Lace by Jean Leader (Lace Guild)
An Introduction to Milanese Lace by Pat Read (Lace Guild)
An Introduction to Torchon Lace by Alison Tolson (Lace Guild)