Tatted Lace Accessories

Tatted Lace Accessories

Paperback - 2015
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Teaches the reader how to make tatted lace, also known as frivolité" a durable yet delicate form of lace constructed using a series of knots and loops. Although it has been a traditional craft for centuries, Donatella’s step-by-step instructions focus on more modern needle techniques, making the craft accessible to a contemporary audience. In recent years, tatted lace has come back into fashion and is now popular in high fashion design. The craft is relatively simple and easy to master following a few simple instructions. Different materials can be used, from very fine thread to cord, along with beads of different types and sizes. This book includes 22 gorgeous designs to make including bracelets, earrings, necklaces and brooches, illustrated and explained with diagrams and step-by-step photography to help you make the items exactly as shown, or use them as inspiration for your own designs. There are ideas for special occasions, such as weddings or christenings as well as table decorations, purses, mobile phone holders and much more. --Publisher's description.
In recent years, tatted lace has come back into fashion and is now popular in high fashion design. The craft is relatively simple and easy to master following a few simple instructions. Different materials can be used, from very fine thread to cord, along with beads of different types and sizes. --Publisher
Publisher: Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Great Britain : Search Press, 2015
ISBN: 9781782212294
1782212299
Branch Call Number: TT840.T38 C5613 2015x
Characteristics: 95 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Burravoe Translation Services

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