Monthly Archives: October 2012

Turning a Lace Edging into a Leaf

This month we have been turning a lace edging into a leaf. Now we are at month-end and will be moving onto a new project to entice and inspire you to look at elements of lace in new ways. But … Continue reading

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More Ideas for Using Elements of Lace Edgings in New Ways

Reflections on designing the 1998 oak leaf I hope the bit-size tutorial earlier this month, Designing with Elements of Lace Edging Patterns, has been inspiring you to look at the elements of lace edgings in totally new ways. To help … Continue reading

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Uses for Little Lacy Leaf Medallions

How are you coming along on the little Oak Leaf? I’m delighted to hear from so many of you excited about this month’s Bits of Lace project. Personally, I don’t have to have an end-use in mind beforehand for everything … Continue reading

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A reminder to those who have not yet confirmed their membership subscription …

I’m delighted to have so many new members register here at KnitHeartStrings.com. But all of a sudden I am seeing several signups that have not yet confirmed the invitation you are emailed  to receive HeartStrings e-news as part of your … Continue reading

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Designing with Elements of Lace Edging Patterns

This explanation of the design origins of the little oak leaf pattern will help you look at the elements of lace edgings in totally new ways. I hope you are enjoying a  celebration of Fall by knitting along on the little … Continue reading

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Attaching your knitted edging to woven fabric

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