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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Update for Turkish lace fans

The nice lady who runs the site on Turkish crochet has agreed to let me use her stuff (crochet images); in trade, she gets to use my stuff (patterns and tutorials for this type of lace pulled from her images), as well. So in my spare time I'll be doing that. Ha ha, like I have that; but, I am going to try real hard to find some so I can work on this.

Below are the first set of posts on her blog;some are not lace edgings. Those with stars I will be skipping. The images below are hers, not mine, to show you what I will be working on. I will work on some that are not edgings if it is a simple enough pattern. Because I am not able to hold the lace in my hand, my stitch count may not be the exact as hers because I cannot move the stitches around to see the hidden chains and things of that sort. But, the look will be similar and just as useful.

3 comments:

  1. Hi,
    I have never heard of Turkish lace. Is it done with a crochet hook and yarn? It is very pretty...not too delicate. Do you know how to do this and are there instructional books/websites? This is very interesting!
    ~Kim

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  2. what is in this post is more of filet lace and a sort of Irish lace. I will be posting more of true Turkish lace later. I am just working through the other authors posts and those are her first posts on her blog. I am trying to learn about this too the crochet versions I can do. It is the tatted and needle lace versions I want more information on myself. There is a link ion the side bar under topics that reads oya click on that for more information.
    take care
    sunshine

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  3. Ohh love your blog!!! the square doily is so beautiful, I'm just a beginner, and a self taught one at that, but I hope to manage it someday soon, is this pattern or any like it available somewhere?? --another one of my favs is the yoyo afghan :)

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