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  • E.G.F.
    ... ... > In a message dated 9/29/02 9:38:25 PM Eastern Daylight Time, > jmvollman@m... writes: >Dana, Thanks I
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      --- In bobbinlace@y..., angellvr23@a... wrote:<BR>
      > In a message dated 9/29/02 9:38:25 PM Eastern
      Daylight Time, <BR>
      > jmvollman@m... writes:<BR>
      >Dana,<BR>
      Thanks I will try that.  The stitch isn't hard
      it's the following the <BR>
      pattern for me right now.  <BR>
      My friend Brenda who just wrote to the digest has
      caught on fast, <BR>
      when I called and told her about it, that I had seen
      it done at a <BR>
      fair in Salem, she went into it with a vengance and
      caught on fast.  <BR>
      Just wish we lived closer. <BR>
      So I will try it again with different colors and go
      from there.<BR>
      I see there are two Jean's and maybe more, so any one
      can call me <BR>
      Jeannie or Jean V. if they would prefer, I sure don't
      mind, I've also <BR>
      been known as the bead nut since I do bead work and
      sell beads.<BR>
      By the way up until 6 months ago I worked at a Native
      American Casino <BR>
      as a Cashier, married to a wonderful man who doesn't
      mind all my <BR>
      hobbies, 2 grown kids, 4 grandchildren and one due in
      December, I <BR>
      have lived in Oregon since I was real small. 
      Born in Minnesota and <BR>
      most of my family were from Sweden and some are still
      their.<BR>
      Thanks a million,<BR>
      Jean in Oregon<BR>
      > <BR>
      > > I'm going to start all over with my lessons
      from the books I <BR>
      have, I <BR>
      > > blame it on me not feeling good for the last
      6 months and nothing <BR>
      > > seems to make since to me, so I'm going to
      start over.<BR>
      > > <BR>
      > <BR>
      > HINT HINT :)<BR>
      > <BR>
      > The one thing I did to learnt he main stitch is
      to wind each pair <BR>
      of bobbin <BR>
      > in a different color then watched the threads not
      the bobbins <BR>
      > ..............when doing this you'll see one
      bobbin work to the <BR>
      right and one <BR>
      > work to the left :) it may help as the first
      couple of months that <BR>
      sucker <BR>
      > never clicked til I did it this way :)<BR>
      > <BR>
      > Dana<BR>
      > <BR>
      > <BR>
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      Hi everybody,

      Glad to join your group! Only 6 years ago I began
      bobbinlace. Didn't have to spend much money for
      bobbins and pillows so the most I made by myself. Do
      You want to have a look at my HP? www.lacemaking.it
      Inside You will find in The Lace Names-List the HP of
      the bobbinmaker Kenn van-Dieren.

      I cannot work with sprangled bobbins. Mine are very
      light and not all of them perfectly sanded and smooth.


      Jean in Oklahoma gives me an idea with her
      bobbin-bridge. Till now I divided threads and
      bobbins on the pillos with pins.

      As I have nearly a hundred bobbins all with just 30 -
      50 cm of fine thread I learn Honiton Lace - it's
      amazing! I forget everything when I sit at my new
      selfmade Honiton-pillow filled with pressed hay for
      rabbits (and what a good smell of hay)! This my new
      Honiton pillow isn't yet in my site but soon You will
      find it there. I know, Honiton pillows are filled with
      straw .....

      Does this group have a magazine? And another question:
      who knows something about Valenciennes Lace (patterns,
      diagramms, books and collections)?

      Happy lacemaking!
      Erika




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    • theshadow314
      I want to thank everyone for the wonderful suggestions regarding a pillow stand and the bobbins. This is a great group!
      Message 44 of 44 , Jul 21 5:23 PM
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        I want to thank everyone for the wonderful suggestions regarding a pillow stand and the bobbins. This is a great group!


        --- In bobbinlace@yahoogroups.com, <suebabbs385@...> wrote:
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        > The lip at the front would also be good for stopping the pillow sliding off. I have a kneel / sit chair and stand that I use. It was made in Wales, GB, and it too has a lip to hold the pillow in place. I find this helps so much in tensioning
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        > Sue
        >
        > From: bobbinkitty
        > Sent: Monday, July 15, 2013 6:31 AM
        > To: bobbinlace@yahoogroups.com
        > Subject: [bobbinlace] Re: Newbie
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        > My favorite stand for bobbin lace pillows is actually one made for laptop computers. I bought it many years ago at an office supply store, and I've been using it ever since. You can see a picture of a very similar one here: http://www.staples.com/Altra-Adjustable-Mobile-Laptop-Desk/product_729375 . (Mine doesn't have the mousepad.) I put my pillow on the wider section and instructions on the narrower one. The sections can be tilted to make viewing/working very comfortable.
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        > Adrienne
        > L.I., NY
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