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Lace Knitting Historical

From the Textile Museum of Canada collection, these are a variety of knitted laceworks I took photos of several years ago for …

Schoolhouse Press Yarn

Schoolhouse Press Yarns

Finding traditional style yarns to create Fair Isles, fine laceworks, Ganseys and other traditional garments can require some research. Schoolhouse Press is …

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Shetland Hap Shawls

From author Sharon Miller, “The Shetland hap shawl is often the first piece of Shetland Lace attempted by many a knitter, even …

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Lerwick Lace Shawl

Sub titled ” A study in knitted lace design – from the antique to the modern” this title from Heirloom Knitting is …

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Field of Feathers Stole

From Fiddlesticks Knitting designer Dorothy Siemens, “Inspired by Estonian lace motifs, this lovely stole features a central field of feathery lace surrounded …

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Haapsalu Shawl Museum

The web site Visit Estonia features a preview of items in the Haapsalu Shawl Museum, located in Haapsalu, Estonia. These delicate beautiful …

Gossamer Cashmere Yarn

Gossamer Cashmere yarn

“Heirloom Knitting is very pleased and proud to offer what is almost certainly the finest natural yarn available for lace knitters today …

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Heirloom Knitting

Heirloom Knitting is dedicated to those who love the beauty of hand knitted Shetland Lace and who also enjoy traditional lace knitting …

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Sivia Harding Knit Design

Knitwear designer Sivia Harding creates beautiful laceworks and often incorporates beads for complex and sparkling effect in shawls, scarves, stoles and more. …

Midsommer

Midsommer

From knit designer Sivia Harding, “Midsommer takes its inspiration from the beautiful lace knitting patterns of Estonia, and particularly an ancient ritual …