Difference between revisions of "The Art of Lace and Lacemaking"

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=== Books ===
 
=== Books ===
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*[http://www2.cs.arizona.edu/patterns/weaving/lace.html| Digital Archive of Documents Related to Lace]
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=== General Articles ===
 
=== General Articles ===
 
  
 
=== Websites/Facebook ===
 
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*[http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/arts_and_sciences.html#art| SCA Arts and Sciences] (maintained by Master Gregory Blount, OL/Greg Lindhal - last updated March 2010)
 
*[http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/arts_and_sciences.html#art| SCA Arts and Sciences] (maintained by Master Gregory Blount, OL/Greg Lindhal - last updated March 2010)
 
*[http://www.thelacemuseum.org/| The Lace Museum] in Sunnyvale, CA
 
*[http://www.thelacemuseum.org/| The Lace Museum] in Sunnyvale, CA
*[http://www.bobbinmaker.com/| Bobbins by Van-Dieren's], Rochester, NY
 
*[http://www.vansciverbobbinlace.com/| Van Sciver Bobbin Lace], NY
 
*[http://www.lacis.com/| Lacis], Berkeley, CA
 
 
*[http://www.thisntat.com/index.html| This 'n' Tat] (last updated in 2015)
 
*[http://www.thisntat.com/index.html| This 'n' Tat] (last updated in 2015)
 
*[http://www.gllgi.org/| Great Lakes Lace Group] (includes Detroit area)
 
*[http://www.gllgi.org/| Great Lakes Lace Group] (includes Detroit area)
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*[http://www.marlamallett.com/lace.htm| The Structures of Antique Lace] by Marla Mallett, with photos and a bibliography
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*[http://www.bayrose.org/arachne/arachne_books.html| Annotated Database of Lace Books], created by Mistress Sabrina de la Bere, OP, OL, Guildmistress of West Kingdom's Arachne's Web
  
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The following are lace and lacemaking-related articles on Stefan's Florilegium Archives. As with many SCA-period arts, opinions about whether a form is "in period" or not tend to vary.
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*[http://www.florilegium.org/?http%3A//www.florilegium.org/files/TEXTILES/lace-msg.html| Tatted Lace] Includes an almost-complete scan of Elisa Ricci's book <i>Old Italian Lace</i>, published in 1913
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=== Tools and Supplies ===
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*[http://www.bobbinmaker.com/| Bobbins by Van-Dieren's], Rochester, NY
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*[http://www.vansciverbobbinlace.com/| Van Sciver Bobbin Lace], NY
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*[http://www.lacis.com/| Lacis], Berkeley, CA
  
 
[[Category:Arts & Sciences]] [[Category:Fiber Arts]] [[Category:Lace]]
 
[[Category:Arts & Sciences]] [[Category:Fiber Arts]] [[Category:Lace]]

Revision as of 14:09, 9 August 2018

A significant component of life in the Current Middle Ages is the study and creation of a wide variety of Arts & Sciences, and in particular, Fiber Arts. One of the wonderful things about this aspect of artistic endeavor is that it serves as a solid bridge between historical periods around the world and the modern era. To that end, the mission of Caid's Order of Arachne's Web is to encourage lacemking using techniques from different times and places, both pre- and post-SCA period.

European Lacemaking

SCA-Period Styles

  • Embroidered Lace
  • Lacis/Filet Lace
  • Needle Lace
  • Sprang
  • Tatting

Post-SCA Period Styles

Non-European Lacemaking

SCA-Period Styles

Post-SCA Period Styles

Lacemaking Tools

Lacemaking Resources

Caidan Lacemakers

Books


General Articles

Websites/Facebook

The following are lace and lacemaking-related articles on Stefan's Florilegium Archives. As with many SCA-period arts, opinions about whether a form is "in period" or not tend to vary.

  • Tatted Lace Includes an almost-complete scan of Elisa Ricci's book Old Italian Lace, published in 1913

Tools and Supplies