For those who love hand made lace.
Freehand bobbin laces are a group of peasant laces made in various countries in Europe. What they have in common is that pins were only used along the 2 outer edges, and careful tension control made the threads follow their proper path. Some of the localities for these laces are Sweden, northwestern Italy and southeastern France. Scania, Queyras, Maurienne are some of the varieties.
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Swedish Queyras Maurienne freehand freehand
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