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Jelena Ross saved to вязание крючком
Braidwork and Tape Lace Crochet This is a form of tape lace is known by many names including Macramé Crochet Lace, Romanian Point Lace, Braidwork, Tape Lace, etc., . It uses crocheted cords, tapes…
The Lace Museum saved to Tape Lace
A few people have asked me about Romanian Point Lace so I thought I would post a tutorial. Romanian Point Lace Ornament (4") I taught m...
Toma Cherry saved to Crochet patterns
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Drachenmum saved to makramee
Macramé Crochet Lace is also commonly known as Romanian Point Lace Crochet. This form of lace uses crocheted cords (or braids) as a foundation that supports lace filling stitches. This issue of Ann…
Éva Reiter saved to zsinórozás
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yisela saved to apliques de crochet
This beautiful crocheted cord (or crocheted ribbon), also known as the Romanian cord, is very popular in Romanian and Irish laces. Also, it is widely used in freeform crochet. You can use this crochet cord in many different ways. You can make an elegant belt, embellish any of your handmade projects, make drawstrings, or …
Beth Erdelac saved to Crochet
Here is a tutorial of how to join two ends of Romanian point lace to each other. Usually this is best to happen in a spot where you will be making the join above another cord so it is more invisible from the front of the lace. After you have unwound both ends of the cord to the spot where they just barely touch each other thrad one of the ends and pick up 1 set of stitches from each cord and place on needle and pass the needle threw them. Now thread threw the first cord again but the last…
Ruth Newquist saved to Crochet