Creating with Lace: Add the Personal Touch

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Sterling Publishing Company, 1999 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Lace is the stuff of dreams, that makes a wedding gown breathtaking, a shirt romantic, a doily so pretty. Its amazing texture and exquisite, intricate designs give simple crafts a new attitude and a personal touch. Beginner projects use an array of storebought laces - all described and illustrated so you'll recognize them instantly at the shop-that you can hand dye, decoupage, paint, stencil, and stamp to create clothes and decorative home projects. Is there a wedding in the future? Stitch a flower girl dress with rosettes, hair wreaths, a garter, and gift bag. Adorn a home with lacy pillows, quilts, tablecloths, and embroidered napkins. Plus - vests, Christmas ornaments, a toddler bonnet, and more, all shown in color photographs.

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Contents

General Instructions 827
8
Gloves Hair Wreath
57
Toddlers Jacket
123
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About the author (1999)

Mary Jo Hiney is the author of 17 fabric and sewing related books. She also is a recognized designer, and popular instructor at Quilt Market and Quilt Festival events.

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