"The piece I had in my memory was not the piece Gil and I discovered was a different size. I was remembering Book 2, The Isham Samples, page 34-35. This is actually a small piece I was showing her from a collection we were given. It…"
"Kim, I do know about folios, mostly in relation to literature. It never occurred to me that there would be folios of the lace woodcuts. Could you imagine strolling through the Paris flea market and finding an original folio page of…"
I will be in my lace room shortly and will try to find the article I was referring to. In a nutshell, the laces from England were in much finer thread and on a smaller scale than the Italian…"
"No one really knows how many copies of the books there were at this time. I am not sure how much you know about book binding, but you did not buy bound books as we do now. They were sold in folios at that time. Since that word has…"
"Kim, that is about what Gil discussed with me at the 2019 Convention, except we didn't talk about how the woodcut patterns were shared with the lacemakers. I pleaded with her for information when I was in her braid and plaits class since…"
"Regarding permission to post an IOLI article here: I am not an officer of IOLI. They just pay our hosting fee. I think permission would have to come from someone currently an IOLI officer, but I'm not sure who. Possibly the Bulletin editor."
"Kim, thank you again for being so generous with information and for the book list.
Bobbin lace from the 15th and 16th centuries is very intriguing, and you gave me a taste of working it for the first time in your wire lace class in Newberg.
"Here is the section of the article I promised with the "do-si-do" in it. Is it ok to post IOLI articles in full here since this is an IOLI board? I wasn't sure if everyone here had to have IOLI membership, and if it is ok…"
Here is a list of books I put together a few years back which I use when I teach. I updated this list for an article I wrote 2 years ago in addition to the books, but can't put my finger on that one at the…"
"Elizabeth, thank you. I have Gil's books on 16th and 17th Century lace, missed getting into her class on it at 2019 IOLI Convention by one person, was able to get into her tape lace class and talk with her some. She is…"
"Le Pompe is a great resource for the early laces, and another one is Gil Dye. She has a web site and a contact address there, and I know she would help you if you wrote to her. She has studied the Early Laces and written books about them so would be…"
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