Canadian Lacemaker Gazette
The Canadian Lacemaker Gazette is an independent publication served by a volunteer editorial board. We are dedicated to producing this magazine about lace on a cost-efficient basis.
Csetneki Hungarian Lace
The manufacturing process of the crochet hook lace lies in the fact that all the pieces each one with one figure are made separately. Then, these pieces are fixed together on a paper or fabric pattern with a crocheted net. This kind of lace artistically created is called Csetneki Lace...
Guild of Irish Lace Makers
Founded in 1987 to assist practicing Lacemakers, especially those making the traditional Irish Laces. To-day the Guild encompasses all the laces known in Ireland and many from abroad.
Irish Carrickmacross Lace
Mary O'Neill, originally from Tullow, in Co. Carlow, was based in Ballinskelligs, Co. Kerry, since 1998, where she set up a lace making business "Arduin Lace Collection" and taught local women's groups the traditional craft. =
The Isis Lacemakers is a very busy, friendly group based in Oxford. We meet twice a month at St Nicholas Church Hall, Elsfield Road, Old Marston, where we also have frequent members' days throughout the year.
Knitted Heirloom Lace
Can you keep a secret? Many knitters, when seeing the structured cobweb of a knitted doily think, "I could never do that!" The secret is that ANY knitter can do it! Now, we bask in the glow of compliments, but will tell anyone how easy it is.
I have been a bobbin lace maker since 1984; I began turning my own bobbins in 1994. I make each of my bobbins entirely by hand from start to finish.
An international, periodical magazine for lace makers. Also offers books and patterns. Online subscription and orders.
Devoted to handmade bobbin and needle lace. It is the premier publication for lacemakers and collectors worldwide. Filled with amazing photographs, history, techniques, patterns, teachers, suppliers, gathering and group listings.
The Lace Museum
The Lace Museum is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1981. It is one of two museums devoted solely to lace in the western part of the United States and showcases an extensive collection of lace and lace tools.