Lace Patterns of the Italian Renaissance
This collection of extraordinary lace pattern illustrations dating from 1598 are the work of Isabella Catanea Parasole, a Roman artist, lacemaker and embroiderer. The classic motifs, borders and scenes can be easily adapted by modern needleworkers for embroidery as well as the traditional lace techniques they were originally intended for– Reticella, bobbin lace and crochet.
Softcover book (6″ by 8-1/4″) with 38 pages. No instructions for any needlework or craft techniques are included. If there aren’t any copies in stock, your book will be backordered and shipped from the printers in about 2 weeks at no additional charge.
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1 in stock (can be backordered)