- Hi to all,
I have been a member of a lace group here since back in 1988. I do Bobbin
Lace, Tatting, Hardanger, Sewing, Knitting and needlepoint. The last one
mentioned I haven't done in quite a while. With so many hobbies I don't get
to do them all the time. I am now in the mood for a lot of bobbin lace. I
have done a little with wire also. Am trying right now to really get going
on doing a fan and some hearts from the "24 Hearts In Bobbin Lace" book.
Anxious to here about everyone else's projects.
- Hi Sue
If the trader in New York is the one I think you mean she is very good, but there is just one lace supplier that I know of in Canada
All the usual disclaimers, (not strictly true as they both stocked the last edition of my threads book,) but I do know that Canada is a bit of a wilderness when it comes to lace supplies and we would all rather spend the pennies/cents on equipment rather than shipping and taxes.
> On 30 Jan 2015, at 17:39, Susan van Hees sjvanhees@... [bobbinlace] <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Brenda in Allhallows
> I have ordered basic supplies from New York which will no doubt cost me more in shipping and duty than the supplies but what the heck!