Lizbeth Thread Has it All

June 15th, 2011

Every tatter knows the importance of their choice of thread. Of course, the first consideration will be size – and many will choose size 20 – and they will want a wide range of colourfast shades to choose from – as well as a smooth thread that is easy to work and which will hold its appearance into the future.

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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.  But now, in the last couple of months, we have seen the pace hot up.

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Welcome to Our New Look Site

May 5th, 2011

Today we have launched our updated site which, as well as all the features you have been used to, includes many more – including our ‘Whats New’ blog – where we intend to keep to informed of both new products and what’s happening in the lacemaking and tatting worlds – and customer account access which includes viewing your order history – including the progress of any current orders you have.

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Royal Wedding Bobbin is a Big Hit

April 28th, 2011

As I write, the final preparations are under way for Catherine and William’s Big Day and here at Roseground we are busy too – and have been for several weeks now – sending out the commemorative bobbin, which has been exclusively designed for us by our popular new painter, Amanda D.

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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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