Items of Interest from the Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums Lace Collection – part 2

Stitches used in the end section of the Branscombe Point Collar 1. Plain tape 2. Purling 3. Ribbed Cutwork 4. Twisted bar 5. Work around 6. Knib 7. Linen Stitch variation (otherwise called corded double button-hole stitch) 8. Church Stitch variation 9. Shell Stitch 10. Ladder Stitch (my description) 11. Bullion Loops

Stitches used in the end section of the Branscombe Point Collar 1. Plain tape 2. Purling 3. Ribbed Cutwork 4. Twisted bar 5. Work around 6. Knib 7. Linen Stitch variation (otherwise called corded double button-hole stitch) 8. Church Stitch variation 9. Shell Stitch 10. Ladder Stitch (my description) 11. Bullion Loops

Stitches used in the end section of the Branscombe Point Collar
1. Plain tape
2. Purling
3. Ribbed Cutwork
4. Twisted bar
5. Work around
6. Knib
7. Linen Stitch variation (otherwise called corded double button-hole stitch)
8. Church Stitch variation
9. Shell Stitch
10. Ladder Stitch (my description)
11. Bullion Loops

Stitches used in the end section of the Branscombe Point Collar
1. Plain tape
2. Purling
3. Ribbed Cutwork
4. Twisted bar
5. Work around
6. Knib
7. Linen Stitch variation (otherwise called corded double button-hole stitch)
8. Church Stitch variation
9. Shell Stitch
10. Ladder Stitch (my description)
11. Bullion Loops

Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.