Lacemaking Instruction

on DVD

 
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Program Titles

Binche Lace

Schneeberger Lace

Russian Tape Lace

Milanese Lace

Chantilly Lace

Color in Torchon

Introduction to Flanders

Starts & Finishes

Intermediate Bucks Point

   

An Introduction to Binche Lace

with Sally Schoenberg

 
 

In the early 20th century lace designers in Bruges revived a 17th century lace that had plait connections between cloth stitch areas. Those early 20th century Bruges lace designers replaced the plaits with paris ground and flanders gound, They added elements of Mechlin lace.They drew cloth stitch areas that were more realistic and touched on images and stories that were dear to them, such as swans and canals. The result is modern day Binche Lace.

Our late 20th century designers have added immeasurably to those early designs. Today we enjoy so much Anne-Marie Verbekeís, Anny Nobenís and Kumiko Nakazakiís beautiful picture designs. Examples include patterns depicting the Jerusalem Church in Bruges, windows, flowers, peacocks and other birds.

All of these patterns use the Flanders features covered in Sallyís 1st video program: Introduction to Flanders Lace. This video adds the elements you need to advance from Flanders patterns to Binche patterns: the paris ground, big snowflakes, and the more complicated cloth stitch areas found in Binche designs today.These patterns have more complicated diagrams than the Flanders patterns. This video also covers sizing patterns for different threads, from 24/3 to 120/2, a very important skill given the multiplicity of sizes of patterns from all the different designers and different publications.

Sally Schoenberg, now living in the state of Washington, has been teaching lacemaking in Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, and at IOLI conventions since 1991. Sallyís goal in this video program is to teach you what you need to know to make the beautiful Binche designs by our beloved designers from Belgium and Japan..

Running time: 7 hours

   
 

Price: US$70.00

 

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