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Needle Lace: Techniques & Inspirations (1999)

by Jill Nordfors Clark

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    Starting Needlepoint Lace: A Course for Beginners by Valerie Grimwood (aulsmith)
    aulsmith: Either of these books are excellent ways to get started with needle lace. If there are points in one that are unclear, check the other one to see if it helps
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An extremely good book on needle-lace making techniques. I sat down with this book one night and had a sampler done three nights later. I have several lace making books, but all the others assumed that you knew certain things. This book starts right at the beginning and explains how things work. This is not a project book. It's designed to teach you techniques so you can design your own projects. ( )
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