History of the framework-knitting and lace trades
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History of the framework-knitting and lace trades

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Published by [s.n.] in [S.l.] .
Written in English

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Statement[by Gravenor Henson]. [Vol.1].
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Open LibraryOL20516600M

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Author of the 'History of the Machine-Wrought Hosiery and Lace Manufactures'. William Felkin was born on 24 April in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, a town dominated by the coal and knitting industries. His father, also William Felkin, was a framework knitter and provided William with his first contact with the Discussions on the history and techniques of lace making can be found in Hurley (The Book of Trades or Library of the Useful Arts. Vol I. Wiltshire Family History Society, ), Wymer (English Country Crafts. A Survey of Their Development from Early Times to Present Day. Batsford, London, ), Filbee (Cottage ://,_Clothing,_Fan_Making,_G.   In the first edition of William White's History, Gazeteer and Directory of Nottinghamshire was published, listing the various trades and occupations in the town. There were now lace manufacturers and 70 hosiery manufacturers, which illustrates the relative changes of the two principal industries since   K Kinder, 'The History of Knitting and the Domestic Knitting Machine', in A Resource for the Machine Knitter Settle, M Kinzel, First Book of Modern Lace Knitting London, S Menkes, The Knitwear Revolution Bell & Hyman, J T Millington & S Chapman (eds.), Four Centuries of Machine Knitting, Knitting International, Leicester

  Lace is classified by textile historians as "True Lace" (vrai dentelle) and "Other Laces". Needle lace and bobbin lace are the two forms recognized as vrai dentelle. Other forms, such as crochet, tatting, knitted lace and a variety of other decorative, openwork textiles are classed with the "Others" 2 days ago  This knitting book provides a rough framework for a variety of knitting projects. It teaches you about design choices and techniques. It is a very readable and fun book due to the author’s fabulous writing ability. Suitable for advanced knitters wanting to further their designs and creativity. Click to Learn More / Buy from Amazon LACEMAN A dealer in lace, who collected it from the makers, usually only those who had bought his thread, and sold it in the lace markets LACE-MASTER or MISTRESS A man who employed workers in factories or in their homes for the production of lace LACE-RUNNER A young worker who embroidered patterns on lace LAGGER Sailor. One who installs   Knitting A Global History Pathfinder. Charity Neave. LIS Dr. James Carmichael. Fall The Process: Knitting is a technique of looping yarn over two or more needles to create a thick yet flexible and elastic fabric. The elasticity and flexibility of the fabric is dependent upon several factors—the size of the needles, the “weight” or thickness of the yarn, and type of yarn, and /knitting-a-global-history-bibliography.

  hen, where and how lace had its origin no one will pretend to say. There is a general agreement, however, that lace, as the term is understood to-day, is a comparatively modern product, it being impossible to identify any of the antique specimens preserved from the ravages of time as belonging to a period further back than the early part of the sixteenth ://,_Its_Origin_and_History. Outstanding knitting book -- the essential book on Fair Isle knitting. Starmore doesn't just provide 14 terrific fair isle patterns, she overs the history of Fair Isle, the development of stitch patterns, provides an extensive compilation of patterns, and a lengthy chapter on designing your own cap, tam, and :// The framework knitting industry was a key factor in the growth and development of the village of Ruddington. In , about 50% of all households in the village were engaged in the industry in some way. There are still lots of former frameshops and workers’ cottages within walking distance of Lace Knitting Techniques. From the list of basic symbols you will see that knit and purl stitches may be shown in different ways in lace knitting patterns, perhaps depending on whether the pattern is of hand or machine knitting. In this section instructions are given for hand knitters starting on lace knitting