is a resource-rich home for lace researchers, collectors, makers and other enthusiasts - the primary emphasis being on bobbin and needle laces, with other techniques examined.


One goal is to post timely information on subjects such as:


  • Original articles and editorials
  • Interviews with fascinating lace people
  • Events such as lace days, demonstrations, conferences and workshops, etc.
  • General information on various lace organizations, from local to international
  • Lacemaking competition information
  • Profiles of significant lace collections in museums
  • Lace-related exhibitions – permanent, rotating, and special topic
  • Lace sales, especially on Ebay

and so much more!

I cannot put into words just how extensive LaceNews is... it is best to see for yourself.

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Here's a thought-provoking article that was published in 2011. While I'm not fond of joining after the manner of those from the 1800s, I think it would be good to try it at least once; for the sake of perspective. Who knows, if we can combine methods of the past with those of today - we might just come up with something totally unique...