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Embroidering & Assembling Lace Elements with Plain Edges

In this tutorial you'll learn to make relatively complex lace projects that include multiple lace elements with straight edges, which must be assembled together.

As a result of reading through this article, you should be able to make any project similar to this lovely Dantela lace placemat:


If you take a very close look at the photo, you may notice that the lace frame around the placemat consists of several pieces. They have all been embroidered separately (due to hoop size limits). Then they've been assembled together and attached to fabric base. The same applies to oval lace decoration in the middle. It was embroidered and then sewn onto the fabric base.

Because the lace frame consists of corner and border elements, naturally you can make it larger or smaller by inserting more (or less) border elements. You decide about the size, and it's possible to make very large projects this way. Just be sure to start from something small, to practice before you continue with larger items.

This project was created using Dantela Lace designs in antique Italian style.

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