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I am primarily a bobbin lace maker. I started to learn bobbin lace at evening classes in Greenwich, London in 1988. Sometime after that I completed my City and Guilds part I in lacemaking. I make traditional and contemporary lace, with a preference for Torchon and Point Ground laces.
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Sue: I thought I had set everything so members could correct and edit their own posts. I guess not. I'll fix it for you. For the future, the ways hyperlinks work on this site is this.
When you are in a comment box type in your sentence, highlight a word that you want to use and the contact point or trigger for the link.
Open a 2nd window in your browser, go to your web address. Copy its url.
Go back to the 1st window. Click on the leftmost button above the comment box. It is the LINK button. A little box will pop up. Paste your copied url into the box. Save. And you will have created a hyperlink.
Having the 2 windows open is necessary, because if you move away from the page with the comment box you are working on, all the content in the box will be lost.
Of course, you can also just copy the url and paste it into the comment box, that works also. But be careful not to hit the "T" button by mistake. That wipes out anything that is not just the typed in letters--the formatting and hyperlink are wiped out.
Sue: I just noticed a problem. On 1/21 you posted a comment to the BEGINNERS BOBBIN LACE group (a very good comment). But I just discovered that your links don't work. It should be possible for you to go back to that comment and edit it. Please see if you can fix it and correct the links so they work. The word "edit" should appear under the comment, at the left margin, if the software will let you do that.
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