by Ulrike Voelcker
Twilling, a term originated in loom weaving, describing edge binding. It was first used in lace making by Czech lace teachers as they developed modern laces in the 1980s.
Ulrike has since developed the technique further, using it for edges and gimps. Now, during the Corona lockdown, she has now taken things further to demonstrate connections between the various aspects of the technique.
This interesting booklet is the result. It presents very detailed descriptions of the various twilling techniques followed by 8 exercise projects which use the techniques. One project - a phone purse - is shown in the second image - click to focus and again to enlarge.
Both the description of the techniques and the exercise projects are very well supported by colour-assisted diagrams, photographs and detailed text in English and German.
German and English text
146-page booklet in a stiff card cover..