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Discover needle-knotted miniature laces called bebilla and oya made to decorate women’s head scarves in Near Eastern countries. They are made using tatting, crochet, and beadwork. Make a needle-lace motifs (like bebilla-style flowers) and edging. Lace knitting in Iceland is a nineteenth-century tradition based on knitting's centuries-old roots. Knit a gorgeous Icelandic lace shawl. In Vinalhaven, Maine, people still make nets by hand. Learn how to do this yourself with a tote bag to net. Admire appliquéd Tahitian quilts, or tifaifai. Appliqué a tifaifai-style table runner. Meet the American Quilt Study Group. Trimmings in this issue included tatted and rickrack edgings.
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