"I cannot be quite sure: It's two layers? How are they connected to each other - or aren't they?
I do like they way they are so different from each other and still so very obviously meant to be together."
"I can add from my books about Bayeux:
Potin/Nobecourt LA Dentelle de Bayeux
Honeycomb 34, 48, 58, 66
Nobecourt/Potin Bayeux Lace
Kat stitch 67
Font Vitré 109, 111
Fouriscourt/Salvador La Dentelle de Bayeux
"Caroluskantjes 1-16 are quite manageable, I got stuck on No. 17. I'm waiting for calmer times im my home before I continue working on it. I mostly just did samples because I don't really know what to do with fine lace. Nobody would use…"
"A happy new year to you, too.
My projects are very similar to yours, just not as advanced. I'm trying my hand at early flemisch lace (Nora Andries, Caroluskantjes) and occasionally despair. The project I do for the fun and the beauty of it is a…"
"Are you really working with the thread this short or was this just for the picture? I tend to keep the thread about as long as my bobbins, maybe a bit longer. It gives you more room to move them about.
If you intend to move your lace without any…"
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