"8407 The purple rings outline what looks like a twisted buttonhole stitch. Those weird squares outlined in blue -- I haven't seen anything like that before. They could be made with the needle but I'm having trouble picturing…"
"8401. Below, the element outlined in red looks to be put in with a needle, a kind of spider web common in drawn thread embroidery and cutwork. The green knotty lump is more complecated than it needs to be. I can't really tell how it was…"
"I hope you will try again and upload more photos. 640 x 480 jpgs for online viewing are good.
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Your photos are badly out of focus. We can't tell anything from those photos. If you have a tripod, use it. The thick cord is obviously added later as it bears no resemblance either to the woven cloth or to the lace bits."
Hi All, i just purchased this AMAZING Early dress, dripping in ribbonwork and inserts of surely handmade needlelace, there are 2 different techniques that i see. Any idea what type of needlelace this is?Any help is appreciatedSee More
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