Knotted lace is one of the oldest forms of making lace and is believed to have originated in the Eastern Mediterranean around 2000 years ago. Also commonly referred to as Armenian Lace, it is also known as Bilila, Oya, Palestinian Lace, Nazareth Lace, Smyrna Stitch and Phoenician Lace. Elena Dickson has a wide audience for her lace making techniques, from touring Australia and the USA conducting workshops. This latest book has all new motifs and doily designs and includes all stitch instructions, descriptive diagrams and black and white photographs of finished projects.
Buy Mediterranean Knotted Lace book by Elana Dickson from Australia's Online Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(260mm x 49mm x 10mm)
Sally Milner Publishing Pty Ltd
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Author Biography - Elana Dickson
Elena Dickson's interest in handwork began at the age of eight, and her mother, a skilled needlewoman, fostered her talent. When Elena married, her late husband's Greek mother introduced her to the art of making knotted lace, or dandella. In 1987 she began to teach this ancient skill to members of the South Australian Lace Guild. She has since taught classes and workshops throughout Australia as well as in the United States.