Venetian Lace Set 1
Free Standing Lace

was lace made with a needle from the 16th to the 19th century. Early examples were deep, acute-angled points, each worked separately and linked together by a narrow band, or footing, stitched with buttonholing. These points were used in ruffs and collars in the 16th and 17th centuries

Available Formats DST,EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, VP3, XXX,

Total designs 7

Price $35.00

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Can be used to Make
Evening Bags, Lace inserts, card holders, wallet covers, Place mats, Doilies, Runners, Table Cloths, napkins trims, Napkin rings, Sheet trims, Pillow case trims, Duvet Covers, Basket Covers, Coasters, Jam Jar Cover, Handkerchiefs, lavender bags, baskets and so on, No limits

Click here to see some Ideas

using more squares for the bottom
and more sides you can make up to a bread size basket

party favor basket
Using lace trim on a quilt block

wide pillowcase trim

narrow pillowcase lace trim

I used 2 layers of Vilene, pulled as tight as drum weaves going different directions
number 12 schmetz universal needle or size 80,
this is important as the design is dainty and needs the smaller needle
40 weight Madeira Rayon thread top
and serger cone thread in the bobbin for softness and stability, Or Raon if desired

Sew out slowly, this is delicate and speed makes waste,
and each one in a single hoop for best results..

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