Well all the lace is cut, positioned and pinned in place. All that remains is the sewing it by hand to the bobbinette (cotton tulle) which I figure will take probably most of December....unfortunately this is not a take along project.
Sleeves to the left. It did make a dent in my supply of laces but not enough for me not to be thinking of other lace projects when I get this done.
I found some cool lace bags that used lace scraps not big
enough for garment construction.
It's not that this lace obsession is anything new. My kitchen is lace free but every other room is festooned with lace everywhere and I never tire of it..... Here are just a few examples.
Remember the soutache jewelry from the other day... Well I have a huge hug and thank you for Jocelyne Ausseil who found this fantastic tuto...
Pigtails and Quilts is having a "Crazy Quilts are Quilts Too" celebrating crazy quilting and I'm pleased to be participatin...
Addendum: Here are a couple websites with tutorials... http://historicalsewing.com/pleated-trim-jazz-your-victorian-neckline https...
Marilyn Nepper in Canada really got busy on her computer and found some great sites with even greater instructions... She even found ...