- Thank you for your help. Perhaps I wasn t clear. I know how to net. What I wanted to do was enhance net with lacis. It s a decorative stich where you weave inMessage 1 of 5 , Jun 30, 2003View SourceThank you for your help. Perhaps I wasn't clear. I
know how to net. What I wanted to do was enhance net
with lacis. It's a decorative stich where you weave in
the individual squares of a net. That's the technique
I wasn't sure of the origins of.
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- Hi! I m new to the list, and I usually prefer lurking for a while (until I get to know everyone a little), but I ll take a chance posting a link ;-) You mightMessage 2 of 5 , Jul 2, 2003View SourceHi!
I'm new to the list, and I usually prefer lurking for a while (until
I get to know everyone a little), but I'll take a chance posting a
You might try this site:
I don't know if the information is SCA-worthy (I'm just starting to
get into lace), but it does have a good article with historical
references and a bibliography.
Hope this helps!
--- In SCA-Milliners@yahoogroups.com, "mary_m_haselbauer"
> I'd like to net a crespinette or hairnet. I've found a bunch oflike
> instructions for doing that. I'd also like to enhance it with lacis
> but my net search skills are failing me (or rather, looking for net
> on the net is sort of silly.)
> Lacis.com is ready to sell me a bunch of books but I would just
> to know the basics. How far back does it go?
> Many many thanks,