Atwater Bronson lace

What is Atwater Bronson lace?

Atwater Bronson lace, or Bronson lace, is a unit weave with (usually) six ends and six picks in a unit. Either plain weave or lace can be woven in each independent unit. Some threads group together and leave spaces in the fabric. This combination of groups and spaces create lace.

Free bronson lace weaving definition and patterns on WeavingToday.comLearn how to weave bronson lace on a rigid-heddle loom on WeavingToday.com

An example of a Bronson lace weaving pattern, and on the right, a finished product.

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