Deborah Beever
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Help! Have tons of lace pics in Word docs and need program/software to convert to jpeg.  Can anyone recommend one?  Thanks!Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lorelei Halley Administrator Feb 13, 2012.

 

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Susan Hottle commented on Deborah Beever's photo
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Traditional Chrysanthemum Lace

"There is a book on Chrysanthemum by Cathleen Belleville. I bought a copy from Holly Van Sciver but have not used it yet. "
Sep 9
Lorelei Halley Administrator commented on Deborah Beever's photo
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Traditional Chrysanthemum Lace

"I have heard that Chrysanthemum lace is regarded as part of Bruges Bloomwork. I am not clear on whether that is widely agreed. The half stitch areas are not a constant width. But that doesn't require extra bobbins. Half stitch expands and…"
Sep 9
Neža commented on Deborah Beever's photo
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Traditional Chrysanthemum Lace

"I would really like to know more about this peace"
Sep 9
Deborah Beever replied to Pam Scherzer's discussion This vintage lace ... in the group Identification-History
"Pam, these pieces are Duchesse bobbin lace. Lovely designs and workmanship."
Oct 27, 2014
Devon Thein left a comment for Deborah Beever
"Debbie, Could you post some photos of the lace jewelry projects that you are planning to do in your Bobbin Bling: Metallic Lace Jewelry class at the IOLI Convention in Sacramento, Aug. 3-9? It sounds like a lot of fun, and you design such beautiful…"
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Mirecourt Fillings Sample

"They are gorgouse."
Feb 4, 2014
Selena Marie Joosten commented on Deborah Beever's photo
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Cluny Lace Samples

"I knew there was something to do with Le Puy that drew me to this, just so love these pieces."
Feb 4, 2014
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Mirecourt silver leaf pendant

"Yes, Beth. I did design the Mirecourt silver leaf for my workshops. Sometimes I use it in the beginning course and always include it in the Mirecourt Jewelry course. I also wear it a good deal as it has just the perfect weight and stiffness."
Feb 20, 2012
Beth Schoenberg commented on Deborah Beever's photo
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Mirecourt silver leaf pendant

"Very nice!  Did you design the leaf yourself?"
Feb 19, 2012
Lorelei Halley Administrator commented on Deborah Beever's photo
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Cluny Lace Samples

"You are rich beyond words.  A basement full of patterns!"
Feb 19, 2012
Lorelei Halley Administrator commented on Deborah Beever's photo
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Mirecourt Fillings Sample

"I especially like the one top, just left of center.  It looks like Paris ground worked entirely in cloth stitch."
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"Deborah Were you ever able to isolate the photos you wanted from the Word document?"
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What is your primary lace interest? Check more than one.
lace maker, collector, lace historian, lace teacher
What kinds of lace do you make or collect?
Mirecourt, Honiton, Cluny, Chrysanthemum, Russian Tape, Point Grounds, Bedfordshire, Art Nouveau, Flanders, Torchon, Lace Design, Bobbin Lace Jewelry, Cantu, Bloemwerk, Milanese
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Bobbin lace instructor of 20 workshops. Designer of Mirecourt, Honiton, Chrysanthemum, Bobbin lace jewelry, Cluny, Torchon, Point ground, Russian, Art Nouveau. Collects lace samples for study. Lace exhibits,consultations and appraisals.
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Published patterns in American, British and Italian lace publications.

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At 12:21pm on January 13, 2017, Charlotte Cottingham said…

Hi Debbie, 

Am having a hard time contacting you

Please Call me, Left my number on your cell phone, and an e-mail

Charlotte Cottingham

At 5:44pm on March 3, 2014, Devon Thein said…

Debbie,

Could you post some photos of the lace jewelry projects that you are planning to do in your Bobbin Bling: Metallic Lace Jewelry class at the IOLI Convention in Sacramento, Aug. 3-9? It sounds like a lot of fun, and you design such beautiful pieces.

At 5:00am on February 9, 2012, Julie Thomson said…

Deborah

All your work is beautiful.... inspiring

At 5:58pm on February 1, 2012, Lorelei Halley Administrator said…

Deborah

thank you for posting these photos.  We see very little Mirecourt, and as I wrote to you, I was in doubt about its structure.  Your photos have assured me that it is as I first heard it described: a part lace, fairly coarse, with a prominent thick gimp.  But it isn't really much like Bruges Bloomwork.  The latter has a limited number of motifs, and doesn't improvize new shapes of motifs very well.  It is almost entirely static.  Mirecourt may use some of the same techniques, but there is more variety in possible designs and motifs.  Since it is different in those ways, I've added a group for it, in case you are interested.

At 3:23pm on January 26, 2012, Lorelei Halley Administrator said…

Deborah, Mark said you had some questions about areas of specific interest to you.  I have already included Chrysanthemum lace under Bruges Bloomwork, and called it Chrysanten work.  Many years ago it was explained to me that Chrysanten work is a variety of Bloomwork.  I did take your suggestion and created a group for BOBBIN LACE JEWLERY.  Thank you.

When I set up the groups I was thinking about Mirecourt but I've had conflicting descriptions and didn't know where to put it.  Back in the 1980s I understood Mirecourt as the French version of Bloomwork, and would have included it there.  But there is a relatively recent book (I don't have a copy) on Mirecourt, and from the few pages I've seen, the author includes guipure straight lace (like a complex kind of Cluny) in the book.  What do you know about this issue?  Can you explain it to me? 

At 4:08pm on January 25, 2012, Lorelei Halley Administrator said…

Deborah

Welcome.  Please read all the NOTES, which explain our policies and how the software works.  Join whatever groups interest you, post some photos of your lace.  If you have any questions, contact me and I'll try to help.

Lorelei aka"ioli"

 
 
 

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