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Embroidering & Assembling Lace Elements with Curved Edges

In this tutorial you'll learn to connect lace designs that consist of 2 or more parts with curved edges. You'll also learn to attach the ready laces to garments.

As a result of reading through this article, you should be able to make any project similar to this Irish stile guest towel:


Even if you examine the photo very carefully, it's impossible to tell that this lace border consists of 2 pieces. Yet, it does. We've divided it into two parts because it's too long for regular 5x7 hoop. And it's designed in such a way that you can easily connect the parts after they're embroidered, and they will look like single design.

Below you'll learn to assemble this kind of "secret connect" laces.

This project was created using Shamrock Lace designs in Irish folk art style.

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