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  • Home Page
    as possible I design bobbin lace patterns and supply them printed on pricking card Each pattern has the necessary working lines printed for the full length of the pattern The patterns are therefore ready to prick This means that you do not need to do any time consuming marking up For each design a ready to prick pricking a picture of the completed lace and details of thread and number of bobbins needed to work the lace are given A working diagram is also included with the majority of prickings I have stated on the relevant pages of the web site which patterns do not have a working diagram The prickings are drawn using a computer I think this is the method which produces the most accurate prickings and as all lacemakers know an accurate pricking is essential for working good lace The designs include Bucks Point Torchon Dis Torchon Bedfordshire Braid If you see a pattern and would like the pricking in a different size or for a different thread please let me know I shall try to produce the pricking to your specification Click on the appropriate bobbin below for more information about the patterns for each lace

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  • Bucks Point Patterns
    and information about threads and the number of bobbins used is included The Bucks Point patterns include small motifs up to 2¼ in diameter motifs 2½ and 2¾ in diameter motifs 3 3½ and 4 in diameter hexagonal edgings bookmarks door fingerplates and box lids small circular mats up to 5½ in diameter which will fit the small 6 diameter silver trays small circles up to 3¾ wide to fit

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  • Torchon Patterns
    picture of the completed lace Information about threads and the number of bobbins used is included for each pattern With the exception of the bookmarks and the Wedding Garters they all come with a working diagram A suggested method of mounting is included with the Wedding Garter pattern The Torchon patterns include edgings with corners square mats small circular motifs up to 3¼ diameter rectangular mats and motifs bookmarks small

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  • Dis-Torchon
    is included with each design Dis Torchon patterns are worked using Torchon techniques and are therefore suitable for anyone who is familiar with Torchon lace Although this lace uses Torchon techniques it is not drawn on a 90º grid and therefore cannot be considered to be true Torchon It is worked on a dis torted grid and I therefore call it Dis Torchon The resultant lace looks very different from the usual Torchon lace I have used the same motif in Torchon and Dis Torchon patterns and the difference in the two styles can be seen by comparing Torchon Edge No 4 and Dis Torchon Edge No 1 Torchon Edge No 5 and Dis Torchon Edge No 2 Torchon Mat No 4 and Dis Torchon Mat No 1 The Dis torchon patterns include edgings these are all hexagonal because of the nature of Dis Torchon Lace hexagonal mat small hexagonal motif This list of the designs gives details of size cost of pattern and a small picture of the lace To see a larger picture of each piece click on the small picture Name Code Size Cost Small Picture DisTorchon Motif No 1 D M 1 3½ diameter 1 50

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  • Bedfordshire.htm
    completed lace details of threads and bobbins required and instructions for working The Summer Leaves Insertions patterns also have instructions for mounting and suggestions for use This list of the designs gives details of size cost of pattern and a small picture of the lace To see a larger picture of each piece click on the small picture Name Size Cost Small picture Bedfordshire Motif No 1 3½ diameter 1

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  • Braid
    design The cross has been designed to be mounted in the small silver box which has an aperture of 3 square The pricking is printed on pricking card and is accompanied by a working diagram and details of the number of bobbins required and the thread used There is also a diagram to show the interlacing of the braids Name Code Size Cost Small picture Celtic Cross No 1 B

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  • Ordering
    Road North Duffield Selby North Yorkshire YO8 5RU You can also view the patterns and print any pages from the web site You can order in the old way by letter or telephone m y fax telephone number is 01757 288656 I will enclose an invoice when I send the order or you can enclose a cheque marked Not to exceed xx please add a little extra to cover postage

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  • About Me
    time Primary Teacher I taught Primary school full time until I opened a shop specializing in lacemaking supplies The shop Shireburn Lace was open from 1984 to 1992 I enjoyed the years in the shop and it gave me the opportunity to meet many lacemakers It was hard work however The Lace Days which we attended as General Suppliers were always enjoyable but also especially exhausting up early driving to the venue unloading the car busy all day re loading the car driving home collapsing into bed During the time we had the shop I continued teaching lacemaking I have taught Further Education Classes classes at the shop and also City Guilds classes for three different colleges My lace designing started as an offshoot of my teaching New patterns were in short supply and when a student wanted a new pattern I would design one for her it was often quicker than trying to find a suitable one When my partner in the shop remarried we decided to close the shop and I thought that I would like to continue designing lace I decided to continue to use the name Shireburn Lace because this was a name known and recognized by many lacemakers and some would be able to put a face to the name having met me at many Lace Days After the shop closed I was a member of the Lace Guild Executive Committee for two years as Chairman of the Education Sub Committee This was a very busy time but I thoroughly enjoyed it The Lace Guild s main aim is to promote the knowledge of lacemaking and the members of the Executive Committee work extremely hard on behalf of lacemakers I felt that by working for the Lace Guild I was repaying the family of lacemakers for the enjoyment I had had over a number of years I still teach and all my classes are now private classes They are held in different areas my classes are A t Wrelton Village Hall near Pickering on the first Saturday of the month from 10 00 a m to 4 00 p m A t Crakehall Village Hall near Bedale on the second Saturday of the month from 10 00 a m to 4 00 p m At Norton Community Room near Doncaster on the last Saturday of the month from 10 00 a m to 4 00 p m At Upper Poppleton Community Centre near York each Monday from 10 00 a m to 2 30 p m At Eversley Park Community Centre in Sherburn in Elmet Tuesday evenings from 7 00 p m to 9 00 p m If you are in the area when we are holding a class and you would like to call in with or without a pillow you will be very welcome If you would like more information on any of my courses please contact me I have also taught residential courses at Grantley Hall College near Ripon These weekends were

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