February 8, 2007
Last week we traveled to New York City to see lace in a radical and subversive knitting exhibit.
Radical and subversive compared to what, you might ask? Perhaps the very same tidy and meticulous lace that Jane Sowerby studies, with scholarly reverence, in her new book Victorian Lace Today—which is where we go next.
In the Forums: Oh I Could Never Have the Patience...
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