Sunday, November 18, 2007

Hair Pin Lace

Hairpin Lace Demonstration:
Saturday, Nov 24th,
11am, 1pm, 3pm

Many of you have seen our lovely Boa on display in the shop. We're eager to share this technique with you.

Hairpin lace
is a beautiful and easy crochet technique that was popular in the Victorian times. Hairpin lace is worked quickly and produces very unique results.

Choose a time and join us on Saturday. We will teach you what you need to get started on your BOA....just in time for holiday parties! Demo is FREE with purchase of your Hairpin Lace Loom and Ribbon Yarn.

Signing up isn't required, but will help us to make sure we have enough materials on hand. To sign up please visit the website here.

1 comment:

Reeta said...

Hairpin lace is formed by wrapping yarn around the prongs of the hairpin to form loops,which are held together by a row of crochet stitched worked in the center,called the spine. The resulting piece of lace can be worked to any length desired by removing the bottom bar of the hairpin and slipping the loops off the end. The strips produced by this process can be joined together to create an airy and lightweight fabric.

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