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Rowan Fine Lace

This beautiful fine lace weight yarn is made in a blend of the softest baby suri alpaca and the finest merino wool. This gorgeous, luxurious yarn has soft chalky shades and is perfect for creating delicate hand knitted and crochet lace.

FREE Heart "Lace and Trace" Printable

Free Heart Lacing "Lace and Trace" Printable - great for fine motor skills and would make fun Valentine's Day cards for the kids! - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Gradient Alpaca / Silk Yarn Lace Weight . Yarn Content: – Alpaca 70% / Silk 30% – 129 gr, 940 m– 15/2 Nm– hand wash only, lay flat to dry. Care: Hand wash in cool water with a fine detergent for silk or wool products.Don’t use softeners or bleaching, do not tumble dry and don’t…

The leading centres of lace production were the Netherlands (Brussels, Mechlin and Antwerp); Italy (Venice, Genoa and Milan); France (Alencon, Argenton, Paris and Chantilly); England (Honiton); Spain; Portugal; and, in the United States, Ipswich, Massachusetts.

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crochet== Sena Yang is known for creating fine knits and luxe basics that offer high-fashion detailing and fit. Her designs boast inspirations that link Paris to New York and downtown edge with West Coast cool. Ultra soft, this short sleeve crochet wrap adds a bit of boho to any look! Detail: Fringe Bottom Tassels Product Care: Dry Clean Only Fit Guide: True to Size Designer Style No. CROCHET WRAP


A woman’s fine linen smock of the early 17th century is trimmed and inset with bobbin lace arranged in a distinctive diagonal pattern. The lace insertions are of the same design, but two different qualities, one finer than the other. Clearly there was not enough of the fine lace to complete the garment, so the coarser variety was used in alternate rows. This may have resulted as a miscalculation of how much lace to buy or because the cost of the finer, more expensive lace was too great.