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How to preserve old lace. How to clean, mend, display and store.
AMERICANA Jan-Feb 1983 (v.10#6) pg. 84
Added Info AMERICANA Jan-Feb 1984 (v.11#6) pg. 6

Filet crochet. Elegant lace you can make yourself. Includes instructions for making a pillow cover and tablecloth edging as beginner projects.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Apr 1980 (v.58#4) pg. 95, 144

Irish crochet, heirloom lace to make today. Instructions included for an oval doily, a lace-edged curtain, a rose square motif incorporated in the corner of a napkin, and crocheted flowers and leaves.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Apr 1981 (v.59#4) pg. 122, 188

Lace-net darning band, 3" wide, in a bunny pattern is designed to be set into the skirt of a toddler's dress or pinafore.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Dec 1987 (v.65#12) pg. 113, 191

Caring for old lace. A method for washing and removing stains from yellowing lace.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Feb 1992 (v.70#2) pg. 76

How to sew your own gathered lace trim.
CLOTH DOLL Spring 1985 (v.3#3) pg. 37

Caring for old quilts, needlework and lace.
CREATIVE CRAFTS #88 Aug 1982 (v.8#4) pg. 44

Old linens and lace handkerchiefs are used to make a Victorian Fan quilt and matching pillows. Also includes directions for crocheting lace trim on a Victorian blouse.
DECORATING & CRAFT IDEAS May 1981 (v.12#4) pg. 56

Tips for sewing lace.
DECORATING & CRAFT IDEAS Jun 1982 (v.13#5) pg. 13

Crocheted edgings worked in variegated cottons are all variations of the traditional shell pattern. Use them to decorate towels, bed clothes, table linens, etc.
FAMILY CIRCLE Aug 11 1981 (v.94#11) pg. 84, 122, 124

How to make crocheted scalloped lace.
FAMILY CIRCLE Oct 23 1984 (v.97#15) pg. 117, 190

Decorate with romantic lace. Includes instructions for (1) lace cafe curtains, (2) a bow-patterned pillow, (3) a tablecloth festooned with rosettes, (4) petit-fleur pillow and matching table skirt, and (5) scalloped floor-length curtains.
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Jan 1988 (v.206#1) pg. 82, 159

Tips on washing and preserving lace.
HANDMADE #9 Summer 1983 (v.3#2) pg. 21

Finnish lace: a weave based on leno and plain-weave inlay. Includes a graphs and instructions for a sampler with hearts, flowers and figures.
HANDWOVEN Mar-Apr 1986 (v.7#2) pg. 49

Bead leno. Explains how beads are threaded on pairs of warps to provide the mechanical means by which to achieve the twist of two or more warp threads that are held in place by a weft. Four drafts are included. (1) A four-shaft structure, with instructions for three variations. (2) A five-shaft variation of a spot Bronson threading used with a spaced warp. (3) A two-block weave on eight shafts. (4) A two-block weave on ten shafts with Bronson lace as the ground.
HANDWOVEN Mar-Apr 1987 (v.8#2) pg. 88

Special issue highlights lace weaves. Includes an introduction to some common weaves, design considerations and projects.
HANDWOVEN May-Jun 1988 (v.9#3) pg. 14, 41

Aesthetic and technical considerations when designing lace-weave fabrics.
HANDWOVEN May-Jun 1988 (v.9#3) pg. 14

How to make a doup template, make doups and thread the loom for weaving doup leno.
HANDWOVEN May-Jun 1988 (v.9#3) pg. 15

Tips on weaving a lace structure so that it has adequate substance and solidity.
HANDWOVEN May-Jun 1988 (v.9#3) pg. 28

A glossary of lace weaves. (1) Finger-manipulated lace weaves: Danish medallion, Spanish lace, Spanish eyelet or openwork, spaced warp, single leno, double leno or gauze weave, brooks bouquet and hemstitching. (2) Loom-controlled laces: Mock leno, huck, swedish lace or canvas weave, breaks and recesses in the cloth, spot Bronson, 3/3 mock leno blocks on eight shafts, 5/5 mock leno or double huck. Drafts are included for the loom-controlled laces.
HANDWOVEN May-Jun 1988 (v.9#3) pg. 45

Highlighting history. Lace and its use on clothing. Part 1.
INTERNATIONAL DOLL WORLD Mar-Apr 1990 (v.14#2) pg. 12

Highlighting history. Lace and its use on clothing. Part 2.
INTERNATIONAL DOLL WORLD May-Jun 1990 (v.14#3) pg. 30

Crocheted flower lace.
McCALLS NEEDLEWORK & CRAFTS Fall 1980 (v.25#3) pg. 100, 162

Crocheted Irish lace box cover.
McCALLS NEEDLEWORK & CRAFTS Fall 1980 (v.25#3) pg. 101, 165

Lace edging to crochet for towels and bed linens.
McCALLS NEEDLEWORK & CRAFTS Fall 1980 (v.25#3) pg. 104, 166

Crocheted bridal laces you make by the yard.
McCALLS NEEDLEWORK & CRAFTS Jan-Feb 1983 (v.28#1) pg. 115, 78

Using the needlework technique of "snowflaking" and "chicken scratch" to create delicate, lace-like decorations. How to use it on aprons, potholders, towels, and table linens is shown.
McCALLS NEEDLEWORK & CRAFTS Nov-Dec 1983 (v.28#6) pg. 62, 969

Three 17th century Venetian charted patterns (unicorn, griffin and peacock) that can be used for counted cross-stitch, crochet lace or embroidered netting work.
NEEDLE & CRAFT Jun 1989 (v.12#3) pg. 56

How to make your own lace on a sewing machine.
NEEDLE & THREAD May-Jun 1982 (v.2#3) pg. 7

An introduction to netted filet lace.
NEEDLECRAFT FOR TODAY Jan-Feb 1980 (v.3#1) pg. 4

An introduction to Teneriffe lace. Includes instructions for making a shawl.
NEEDLECRAFT FOR TODAY Mar-Apr 1980 (v.3#2) pg. 4

An introduction to appliqued lace.
NEEDLECRAFT FOR TODAY Mar-Apr 1982 (v.5#2) pg. 3

Complex "Harness Lace" for the backstrap or frame loom.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #35 Summer 1978 (v.9#3) pg. 4

A guide to exploring openwork weaves.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #38 Spring 1979 (v.10#2) pg. 18

Technique for weaving Bead Leno on a four-harness loom without the need for string heddles.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #47 Summer 1981 (v.12#3) pg. 50

Four loom-woven open weaves, their history and some treadling variations. Includes threading and treadling for Mock Leno, Myggtjall, Swedish Lace and Bronson Lace.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #48 Fall 1981 (v.12#4) pg. 32
Correction SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #49 Winter 1981 (v.13#1) pg. 4

Designing with loom-woven open weaves.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #49 Winter 1981 (v.13#1) pg. 22

Gauze weave: pick-up versus bead gauze. An exercise in these two techniques, woven on a four-harness loom, demonstrates how to design for both finger-controlled and loom-controlled open fabrics.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #67 Summer 1986 (v.17#3) pg. 14

A twining trick to use when weaving openwork fabric. It prevents weft slippage and retains the unwoven spaces of openwork.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #72 Fall 1987 (v.18#4) pg. 8

Spinning for lace. An explanation of the equipment used, adjustments to the wheel, the fibers, spinning the single, measuring twists per inch, plying and finishing.
SHUTTLE, SPINDLE & DYEPOT #105 Winter 1995-96 (v.27#1) pg. 50

Doup Leno: a practical way to weave yards of stable, open-weave fabric.
THREADS #4 Apr-May 1986 pg. 56

Shetland lace. Includes instruction for knitting a Shetland lace wedding handkerchief.
THREADS #11 Jun-Jul 1987 pg. 40
Correction THREADS #12 Aug-Sep 1987 pg. 4

Unraveling the myths of Shetland lace. Learning to create openwork motifs. Basic techniques of lace knitting. Details the open-loop cast-on, chain and picot selvages, single and double yarnovers, single and multiple decreases. Accompanying article provides three eyelet patterns, three faggoting patterns and five pictoral patterns.
THREADS #23 Jun-Jul 1989 pg. 41

Tip: How to make isolation lace motifs on a knitting machine that has a lace carriage but no isolation capabilities.
THREADS #26 Dec 1989-Jan 1990 pg. 14

Luxurious lace. A guide to machine-made lace and how to sew clothing from lace.
THREADS #29 Jun-Jul 1990 pg. 69
Correction THREADS #31 Oct-Nov 1990 pg. 6

Tip on how to combine lace tapes into wider strips to use as trims.
THREADS #44 Dec 1992-Jan 1993 pg. 14

Tip tells how to give lace appliques extra body.
THREADS #49 Oct-Nov 1993 pg. 14

A virtually invisible lace application using a blind stitch is explained.
THREADS #57 Feb-Mar 1995 pg. 14

All-machine technique for attaching lace edging to very fine fabrics while creating a tiny rolled and whipped hem.
THREADS #59 Jun-Jul 1995 pg. 12

Re-embroider lace by couching ribbon or trim to plain lace. Describes how to create designs and making a braid chrysanthemum.
THREADS #67 Oct-Nov 1996 pg. 38

Weaving figured bead leno lace.
WEAVER'S JOURNAL #21 Summer 1981 (v.6#1) pg. 50

How to weave leno with steel doup heddles.
WEAVER'S JOURNAL #23 Winter 1981-82 (v.6#3) pg. 48

Pick-up leno linen sampler to weave.
WEAVER'S JOURNAL #26 Fall 1982 (v.7#2) pg. 31

Embellish sheets and pillow shams with lacy crocheted ruffles or garnish pillows with lace bands you crochet by the yard.
WOMAN'S DAY Aug 11 1981 (v.44#13) pg. 79, 136

Hand-knit lace edging for tablecloths, bed linens, etc.
WORKBASKET Jan 1981 (v.46#3) pg. 40

Dainty lace edging to knit.
WORKBASKET Nov-Dec 1981 (v.47#2) pg. 31

Crochet your own tatted lace.
WORKBASKET May 1984 (v.49#7) pg. 13

Tatted cloverleaf lace.
WORKBASKET Mar 1986 (v.51#5) pg. 14

Tatted pointed lace made with large picots.
WORKBASKET April 1986 (v.51#6) pg. 53

Four knitted edgings: Italian lace, German lace, Belgian lace, and Irish lace.
WORKBASKET Sep 1988 (v.53#10) pg. 16

Knitted band of lace trim suitable for linens. Intermediate skill level.
WORKBASKET May 1989 (v.54#7) pg. 13

A trio of laces, one to crochet, one to knit and tatted turkey tail feather edging.
WORKBASKET Oct-Nov 1993 (v.59#1) pg. 50