Master Class: Old World Lace Collection

Discover the beauty of Orenbug lace with this 3 book and 2 DVD collection, you will master the techniques to knit this historical and beautiful lace.
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            Master Class: Old World Lace Collection
Discover the beauty of Orenbug lace! Join knitting experts, Margaret Stove, Galina Khmeleva, and Nancy Bush in this Old World Lace Collection. Learn the secrets of Orenburg Knitting, including tips for knitting the wedding ring shawl. With this 3 book and 2 DVD collection, you will master the techniques to knit truly historical and beautiful lace.
See what’s inside this must-have collection:
Wrapped in Lace Knitted Heirloom Designs from Around the World Wrapped in Lace Knitted Heirloom Designs from Around the World by Margaret Stove
Paperback

Margaret Stove shares her personal knitting journey of learning to create lace from scratch. Her spectacular designs are truly the pinnacle of the craft, and Wrapped in Lace follows Margaret as she works on the legendary "wedding ring shawl," a large, knitted lace shawl so fine and delicate that it can be drawn through a wedding ring.

A lifelong student of knitted lace, designer and spinner Margaret Stove shares her personal knitting journey of learning to create lace from scratch. Her spectacular designs are truly the pinnacle of the craft. Accompanying Margaret's story are in-depth descriptions of each set of lace techniques, patterns, and lace knitting traditions, and offers original patterns for lace shawls, stoles, and scarves.

Embark on your own journey in knitted lace as you travel around the world in 12 gorgeous projects highlight knitted lace characteristics from the Faroe Islands, Shetland Islands, Orenburg, Estonia, and lace motifs of New Zealand, as well as more contemporary European work.

Orenburg Knitting: Knitting Gossamer Webs with Galina Khmeleva Orenburg Knitting: Knitting Gossamer Webs with Galina Khmeleva
DVD

Join Galina Khmeleva in an exploration of the rich tradition of Orenburg lace knitting. The handknitted shawls of Orenburg, located in the steppes of the southern Ural Mountains, set a world standard for delicate lace patterning. These “gossamer webs” are created from a series of basic elements and patterns handed down from generation to generation.

In this video, Galina Khmeleva shares with you her decades of experience working with the knitters of Orenburg. Experience this rich tradition as Galina Khmeleva shares with you the history, the stories, the patterns, and the knitting techniques of these talented craftspeople, so that you can create your own gossamer webs


Gossamer Webs Design Collection Three Orenburg Shawls to Knit Gossamer Webs Design Collection Three Orenburg Shawls to Knit by Galina Khmeleva
Paperback

Created from a series of basic elements and patterns handed down from generation to generation from the Orenburg region of Russia, Galina Khmeleva has worked with these talented craftspeople to bring you these unique knitted masterpieces.

Create your own heirloom shawl following step-by-step instructions and charts laid out for ease of knitting from bottom to top.          

Knitted Lace of Estonia Knitted Lace of Estonia with Nancy Bush 
Paperback + DVD

Deepen your knowledge of lace knitting with 14 Estonian, heirloom quality lace patterns from Nancy Bush in a new edition of her bestselling book Knitted Lace of Estonia.

The 1-hour DVD, Knitted Lace of Estonia will teach you about traditional lace-knitting techniques, such as; Traditional twig, peacock, and lily of the valley patterns and their variations, different ways to make the distinctive nupp, or subdued bobble, modern adaptations of the classic ways of constructing shawls and scarves and adding lace edges.

On the DVD, Nancy explores the knitting traditions of Estonia, as well as offers in-depth instructions for the book's patterns and techniques, as well as designing an Estonian-style shawl, stole or scarf from beginning to end.
 
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Fantastic!
These books are an incredible journey through the history of lace and there is some new stitches that I can't wait to try. I would recommend this to anyone looking to improve ore just learn lace knitting. Review by Carol (Posted on 7/29/2015)
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