"I thought I would give you guys a little update. I have now received the book suggested to me by Sally and while there are some round needle lace fillings described and shown, this particular filling is not in there. I will take a more in depth look…"
"Jenny! thank you for your input! I will certainly give it a try, I worked out the first and second steps and the couronne just not quite the little squares that are joined to the center, I shall experiment! :)"
"Hello all~ I am currently studying Ayrshire embroidery and have come across these wheel fillings that seem to show up in earlier examples, being a needle lace filling I thought I would ask you guys how they are made or what they are called. I have…"
Welcome. Please read all the NOTES. They explain our policies, and how the software works. Join any groups that interest you. We do have one for BINCHE, and it includes Valenciennes. Its opening page has lists of resources, both online and books. But from your profile it isn't clear if you have done bobbin lace before. Valenciennes is a lace for those with advanced skills. Usually lacemakers do Flanders first, then Val. If you have any questions about this website, contact me and I'll try to help.