Interested in Bedfordshire Lace ?

June 16th, 2014

bedsIf you wish to build on your Bedfordshire skills, this five-day non-residential course in Derby, suitable for all levels of experience,  may be just what you are looking for. Design may be included if the students wish.

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Courier Delivery is Now Our UK Standard

April 3rd, 2014

The combination of the recent increase in Royal Mail postal charges and increasingly competitive courier rates now means that we now able to offer, as standard, a 2-3 day courier delivery on all orders for delivery within the UK – even the smallest. And, at the same time, we are able to hold the price rather that charge the Royal Mail increase.

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Christmas Is Coming …

November 22nd, 2013

So that means Christmas bobbins and this year Roseground has three new painted designs, on several bobbin types to choose from – any of which is sure to delight.

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All About Making Floral Bucks Point Lace

November 20th, 2013

If ‘kat stitch’ and ‘black holey’ are a mystery to you, but you wish to learn more about these – and all the other techniques of Floral Bucks Point – then this is certainly the book for you.

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It’s Here !

October 1st, 2013

We lost count of the number of you who asked when Ulrike Voelcker’s new book would be available !

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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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It’s a Boy !

July 22nd, 2013

Our sincere congratulations to Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their son who was born late this afternoon.

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Roseground Now Served by New Post Office

June 17th, 2013

Roseground mail order customers around the world will be interested to hear that the local Post Office in Toton – from where Roseground mail leaves – has now reopened in a modern self-contained building. Although it has always been a busy place, the old post office, situated in the back of the almost adjacent grocery store, was far from ideal for both customers and staff.   Now everything has changed and the complete range of Post Office services are available at these spacious new premises.

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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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