Download PDF by Patricia Read: 50 New Milanese Lace Patterns

By Patricia Read

ISBN-10: 1849942013

ISBN-13: 9781849942010

From the co-author of 2 prior Batsford lace titles comes a suite of fifty lovely lace styles that exhibit the fragile great thing about this ever-popular lace. generally, the ornate braids that make up Milanese lace have been utilized in lengthy, convoluted floral styles, yet also they are simply tailored to be used in additional glossy designs. This new e-book of styles comprises either conventional and smooth examples, and the writer experiments with diverse ornamental types - for instance, Celtic lettering that's brilliant with the colors of unique Celtic artwork, taken right into a new size with the addition of Milanese braids. beautiful miniatures in a jap variety can be a problem even for the main skilled lacemaker: the smallest styles aren't inevitably the best! different styles comprise vegetation, scrolls, leaves and butterflies, plus a few more odd designs: dragons, an image depicting the legend of Arion and the dolphin, and a amazing piece that includes the mythical...

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Towards the point, change to cloth stitch and throw out grey pairs first. Finish at point and roll back both sides with 806. 4. Foreleg: using 806 start at top, make small veins at ‘ankle’; turn heel with scroll method, and divide the braid to work both ‘toes’. Roll. 5. Tail: using the same colour formation as for the neck (2), start at the end of the long tail. Work Cloth Divisions along the back and finish at point. Roll both sides with 7240. Work the small side point and roll. 6. Underbelly and leg: using 806, sew pairs into the ‘chest’ (base of neck); work in cloth stitch and, as braid widens, add grey pairs alternately with 806 passives and change to Lattice – 1.

As work narrows, throw out pairs gradually, keeping the 2 K edge pairs to roll right around. Tie off. 5. Set up for scroll as before. At (6) add 10 pairs R gradually and throw out C pairs, then change C workers to R. At (7) gradually add 5 pairs K and throw out 5 pairs R, placing the K pairs alternately between the R passive pairs. Sew out K edge pair where braids join. Work Lattice – 1 to (8). Throw out K pairs first, then R pairs. Sew in the K edge pair and join in another to roll round. 9. Start at mouth, using 2 pairs K for edge pairs, and G for passives and workers.

Butterfly and Flower fillings are trolly net: half-stitch, twist twice, pin (do not close pin). 6. The two side braids start with a scroll. Work Ovals in the top section. Sew off into the Running River braid. Braids A. Running River B. Meander-with-Ground C.  Orchid – 2 E. Hole – 3 F.  Ovals Fillings H. Lattice – 1 I. Mesh – 1 J. Cane ground K. Trolly net L.  Torchon ground: half stitch, pin half-stitch and twist MINIATURE LEAF → IN THIS EXQUISITE MINIATURE LEAF, THE PATTERN HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO HAVE ROLLED EDGES, ALTHOUGH THESE CAN BE OPTIONAL.

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