Blog Post Tag: Lace

Europe 2012: A Lace Odyssey

December 11, 2012 8:24 pm

From gowns with lace trim that took 3 months to make to lace experiments in monofilament, Europe is the place for lace – both “traditional” and contemporary. Let UK lacemaker/author (& SDA member) Jane Atkinson take you along as she and a friend hit last summer’s continental “networking” events….

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Web Links to Lace Issue Spring 2011 SDA Journal

June 24, 2011 1:50 pm

SDA Journal editor Patricia Malarcher confesses she “didn’t used to be a “lace person”: lace was fussy, frivolous,susceptible to snags; it belonged on wed- ding gowns and garments of historic artistocrats, not in the studio. Seeing the lace that artists are making today reversed [her] “no” to a vigorous “yes”.” Find links to the new face of lace stories featured here!

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