2 edition of Lace-making in the Midlands found in the catalog.
Lace-making in the Midlands
C C. Channer
|Statement||by C.C.Channer and M.E.Roberts.|
|Contributions||Roberts, M E.|
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Margaret E. Roberts is the author of Censored ( avg Lace-making in the Midlands book, 38 ratings, 4 reviews) and Lace-making in the Midlands, Past and Present ( avg rating, /5. Catherine C. Channer,Lacewoman and teacher, by Anne Buck 'Lace-making in the Midlands, Past and Present' - an introduction by Anne Buck Reprint of 'Lace-making in the Midlands Past and Present' by C C Channer and M E Roberts: 1.
Sketch of the progress of lace-making in Europe 2. Progress of lace-making in England /5(1). About the middle of the sixteenth century pattern - books began to be published, and it was the effort to carry out the ideas of the designers of patterns which perfected the craft of lace-making. In form, in line, in composition, the patterns belonging to the best periods of lace-making are among the most perfect works that artistic design can show/5(K).
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Plain Lacemakers. 11th July 10am - 4pm. LACE AND CRAFT DAY. Bromham Social Centre, New Road, Bromham, Wiltshire SN15 2JB. Speaker: A Talk on Fine Cell Work. There is pictorial evidence from the late fifteenth century of simple plaited laces used on costume, and this is consistent with the statement by the author of a bobbin lace pattern book — the Nüw Modelbuch — printed in Zurich inthat lace was brought to Zurich from Italy in about The metadata below describe the original scanning.
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Filed under: Bobbin lace -- England -- Midlands -- History The Romance of the Lace Pillow: Being a History of Lace-Making in Bucks, Beds, Northants and Neighouring Counties, Together With Some Account of the Lace Industries of Devon and Ireland (), by Thomas Wright.
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The streets behind Nottingham's Council House are known as the Lace Market and Hockley district. The area that once housed lace factories and a population of o people has now become a stylish and affluent part of the city centre. Lace, a decorative openwork web, was first developed in Europe during the sixteenth century.
Two distinct types of lace making—needle lace and bobbin lace—began simultaneously. Needle lace is made with a single needle and thread, while bobbin lace entails the plaiting of many threads.
Lace thread was typically made from linen, and later silk or. Subject: Biography. Subject 2: Lace Making. A new book published by Ruth Bean in The nineteenth century saw a sad decline in the fortunes of the English hand-made lace industry yet in the East Midlands the period also witnessed some 5/5(2).
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Channer. Lace-Making in the Midlands Past and Present. Folio: N/A. No dust jacket. Red cloth boards. Contains black and white frontispiece and plates.Bedfordshire lace is a style of bobbin lace originating from Bedfordshire in the 19th century, and made in the English Midlands lacemaking area.
It was worked as a continuous width on a bolster is a guipure style of lace. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Bedfordshire lace.