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  • Claires Lace - lace making threads, materials, bobbins, tools and mounts - Lace Events
    3 00 pm Click here for more details Weald Lace Fair Saturday 19th March 2016 Collyer s Sixth Form College Horsham 10 00 am to 3 30 pm Click here for more details Haydock Lace Fair Sunday 17th April 2016 Haydock Race Course 10 00 am to 4 00 pm Click here for more details Brockenhurst Needlework Fiesta Saturday 23rd April 2016 10 00 am to 5 00 pm Sunday 24th April 2016 10 00 am to 3 30 pm Brockenhurst Village Hall Click here for more details South Wales Lace Makers and Needlework Fair Sunday 15th May2016 Holiday Inn Newport Wales 10 00 am to 3 30 pm Click here for more details Poole Bobbin Lace Circle Saturday 4th June 2016 St George s Hall Poole 10 30 am to 4 00 pm Click here for more details Oyster Lacemaker s Lace Day Saturday 11th June 2016 Manston Sport Social Club Manston 10 00 am to 4 00 pm Click here for more details North Downs Lace Day Saturday 24th September 2016 Yateley Centre Yateley 10 30 am to 4 00 pm Click here for more details Lace Classes and Group s Give us a call on 01425 483450

    Original URL path: http://www.claireslace.co.uk/Lace/?Lace_Events&print (2016-04-27)
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  • Claires Lace - lace making threads, materials, bobbins, tools and mounts - Starter Kit
    card 2 spools of Pearl thread Pricking tool Bees Wax for pricking And an optional Beginner s Guide to Bobbin Lace book which is an excellent book to learn lace making if you are unable to attend a local class

    Original URL path: http://www.claireslace.co.uk/Lace/?Starter_Kit&print (2016-04-27)
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  • Claires Lace - lace making threads, materials, bobbins, tools and mounts - Threads
    will be of a similar thickness However no two threads are the same so they may work differently on your pattern Threads are usually identified as a single number for example No 50 or as two numbers separately by a slash for example 50 2 The fist number the 50 in these examples refers to the thickness of the thread the lower the number the thicker the thread Although this sounds simple in practice it is more difficult as different manufacturers use different systems for measuring the thread A No 50 from one manufacturer may be a different thickness compared with a No 50 from another The second number in the example 50 2 is the number of stands two strands of No 50 in this case So a 50 3 would be 3 strands of No 50 and would be thicker than the 50 2 If you want to find out more about threads we recommend the book Threads for Lacemaking by Brenda Paternoster which you can purchase from us at a Lace Fair or mail order This is a reference book with thckness of hundreds of threads measured in wraps cm As well as the commonly used threads

    Original URL path: http://www.claireslace.co.uk/Lace/Guides:Threads.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Claires Lace - lace making threads, materials, bobbins, tools and mounts - Pins
    your hands can quicken the process A small bag of emery powder can be used to clean brass pins Some pins are nickel plated brass and these won t tarnish in the same way They have a shiny metallic appearance Don t use emery powder with plated pins or the plating will eventually wear away Stainless stell pins are the strongest and won t tarnish We reccommend that you use pins suggested by your Lace teacher or pattern but the following is a guide for different types of lace Torchon 26 x 0 65 mm Honiton 30 x 0 5 mm or 26 x 0 53 mm or 26 x 0 55 mm Bucks Point 30 x 0 5 mm Milanese 26 x 0 53 mm If you have any recommendations for other Lace types please let us know by using our Contact page The choice of pin is a personal decision If in doubt we recommend asking at your lace group or class The pins shown in the picture are 1 Duchesse 17x0 45mm 2 Ultra fine 38x0 4mm 3 Fine 30x0 5mm 4 Bridal and Lace 26x0 53mm 5 Fine 26x0 55mm 6 Medium fine 30x0 6mm 7

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  • Claires Lace - lace making threads, materials, bobbins, tools and mounts - Bobbins
    times If you don t want to spangle your own ready spangled bobbins are available with different coloured beads The Tor bobbin is for use with Honiton lace and is relatively small and not spangled There are four types of continental bobbin These are in size order Binche Flanders Bruges and Modern Continental These do not use spangles as their size gives them extra weight As well as continental lace

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  • Claires Lace - lace making threads, materials, bobbins, tools and mounts - Guides
    Guides These sections provide some guidance to chosen the right tools and materials for your lace making Click on the links below to find out more Threads Pins Bobbins

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  • Claires Lace - lace making threads, materials, bobbins, tools and mounts - Contact
    using the Mailform on the left under Options or phone us on 44 0 1425 483450 Or you can write to us at Claire s Lace 85 North Poulner Road

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  • Claires Lace - lace making threads, materials, bobbins, tools and mounts - Sitemap
    Sitemap Welcome New Items Price List On line Ordering Lace Events Starter Kit Guides Threads Pins Bobbins Contact

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