Of all of the various Bobbin Lace types "Torchon" lace is probably the easiest for a beginner to start with. The stitches used in the Torchon style are relative easy to master, the thread is often of a larger gauge and thus produce speedier results. Bridget M. Cook's series of designs in this book are structured so that they get progressively more difficult. The Lace-making learner can start on page one and work his/her way through a series of projects that help to build skills
Hardcover book Pubblished 1988 by Batsford Books, UK 9g pages.
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