This week’s video is just an overview of lace. It demonstrates what different types of lace look like, how they are used, and offers advice on shopping for lace.
Yesterday I gave you the free pattern for a pioneer dress trimmed in lace, and you’ll see that dress in today’s video.
If you’re looking for a place to buy lace trim in miniature for your dolls, I’d like to recommend Charlene Lu Designs on Etsy. Here’s a link to her lace products, and here’s a link to her store, which also offers doll-sized buckles, buttons, and more.
You can also find people who are selling a collection of old or used lace on eBay from time to time. Here’s a link that may help.
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