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The Latest Lacemaking & Tatting Books

October 22nd, 2016

bl306_tmbAs usual at this time of the year (it’s nearly Christmas after all!), we summarise some of the publications that have appeared recently :

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All the Fun of the Fair !

October 21st, 2016

showIt was great meeting many of you recently at the Tonbridge Lace & Threads Fair. It’s a popular event, well organised and at a great location and we always enjoy being there and serving our customers. There is usually ‘something different’ at the Roseground stand and we didn’t disappoint this time when our range of lace accented jewellery proved a big attraction for many of our customers.

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It’s Christmas Bobbin Time !

October 20th, 2016

Christmas bobbinYes, it’s time to add some yuletide bobbins to your pillow – and they make very acceptable gifts too. Christmas bobbins are always popular and time seems to go quickly at this time of the year so it’s a good idea to take a look now and get your order to us in good time to avoid that last minute rush.

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Happy Birthday, Your Majesty!

April 21st, 2016

queen90Today, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, our longest reigning monarch, celebrates her 90th birthday.

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Christmas Bobbins & Shuttles

November 9th, 2015

bobbins3With Christmas not much more than a month away, here at Roseground we again have a fantastic range of bobbins painted by our superb painter, Amanda D.  This year we have three designs to tempt you – Festive Candles, Christmas Poinsettia and our fun design showing Santa disappearing down the chimney!

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Recent Books for Lacemakers and Tatters

November 8th, 2015

bl292Each year at about this time we like to bring  the latest crop of tatting and lacemaking books to your attention.

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All the Latest Books

October 29th, 2014

bl287Once again we have looked far and wide to bring you the best from the latest crop of tatting and lacemaking books.

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Why Not Try Needle Tatting?

July 31st, 2013

If you have always wanted to be able to tat but you have found using a shuttle difficult, then needle tatting is for you! Or, if you are simply looking for an inexpensive craft, it’s the right choice too.

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Not To Be Ignored

July 30th, 2013

Whatever your everyday language, you will miss a lot of the lace world if you don’t take a look at books in other languages.  Lacemaking, of course, has its following – and its local experts – in many countries of the world.  Naturally, those experts often publish in their own language. While it may be not a language you are instantly comfortable with, we would encourage you to take a look anyway. Even if the text is difficult, you will often find that, after a little while,  the patterns often explain themselves.

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Plenty That’s New

February 8th, 2013

There’s always something new at Roseground ? Sure is, particularly right now ! Here’s a small selection –

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