"Actually I think there are several grounds in Grunde mit System that are very similar to chequerboard:
Here are the instructions for three of them:
In diamond, pins are on the inside of the corners.
1,2: TCT3: C-P-TC4,5,6:…"
"For editing photos, I like the IrfanView program. It is free, has a pretty straightforward user interface and can handle a large variety of image formats (including some camera specific formats). It can do rotation, resizing, colour editingas well…"
"Thanks for letting me know about the FaceBook post. I tried to follow the link but the picture seems to be posted on a closed group of which I am not a member (or at least that is what the error message tells me) so I can't verify."
I am an amateur lace maker. I learned to tat as a child and I learned to make Bobbin Lace through the Ottawa Guild of Lacemakers. I have worked as an assistant editor on the Canadian Lacemakers Gazette for a few years (a long time ago now). Currently, I am a PhD candidate in Computer Science and I am looking at ways of applying Math and Computer Science to the patterns in Continuous Bobbin Lace. I would really welcome the opportunity to discuss these ideas and my findings with experienced lacemakers.
Give us titles of lace books or articles you have written, that you want us to know about.
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