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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Romanian Point Lace Update

This week my I am working on a Romanian Point Lace project from a class I took at the Rocky Mountain Regional Seminar in the summer of 2010. When I pulled the project out of the bag, I see I finished the small class practice project, but had not done any work on the main project. The first step is to couch the cording on the design - as pictured here. The teacher, Sylvia Murariu was very good and you can check out her website if you want.

You used sewing thread to attach it in a color easily distinguished from the cording, so that when you have completed the lace you can remove it from the muslin.  I hope to have more progress to show you later in the week.

Happy Day Everyone!!!!


Christine said...

Looks interesting, I'll look forward to seeing it progress

Chocolates4Breakfast (Terri Malinovich) said...

How interesting! Can't wait to see more of how this is done and how it looks in the end.

Deb said...

That looks so intriguing. I've seen some Romanian Point Lace projects before and would love to try it sometime. It looks like it would be a lot of fun.

Anonymous said...

Love it! I just started doing RPL myself.