Archive for the ‘Lacemaking Books’ Category

Discover Torchon

May 15th, 2012

Whether you are a real beginner or have some experience with Torchon lace making and wish to learn more, the latest publication ‘Discover Torchon‘ by Ulrike Voelcker, which takes a comprehensive and sometimes innovative look at Torchon techniques, is most certainly for you.

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What Can We Do ?

October 21st, 2011

As the world knows, northeastern Japan was hit by a devastating earthquake and tsunami on the 11th March 2011. Now, seven months later, it is known that nearly 20,000 are confirmed dead or are still missing. More than 60,000 are living in temporary shelters and over 250 children are orphaned.

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Good News for Book Lovers

May 19th, 2011

We have been used to a steady stream of lacemaking books over the last few years and Roseground has brought you most of them as they have appeared. Last year though, saw something of a pause for breath – although Ulrike Voelcker’s Rib & Roll book was amongst some notable exceptions and was deservedly well-received as a result. ┬áBut now, in the last couple of months, we have seen the pace hot up.

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Invisible – But Here Now !

April 26th, 2011

All of us want to make neat starts and finishes – even avoiding those annoying knots on the back of the lace – and this latest book from Martina Wolter-Kampmann explains how to do it in all the detail you will need.

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