Romanian Point Lace

Videos, tutorals, diagrams and patterns on the theme of romanian point lace.

Brides (bars) are the narrow connections between the motifs of a lace. They are made in various ways depending on the lace technique.

Brides (bars) are the narrow connections between the motifs or cords of a lace. This common filling stitch is one of the basic stitches in Romanian point lace,

This video tutorial demonstrates how to make the simple buttonhole stitch bar / bridge.

This video tutorial demonstrates how to make regular buttonhole stitch bar / bridge with a loop picot.

In this tutorials you will see 5 method is made bridge. There are many bar or bridges that are used for filling up the spaces between the motifs in lace work, the Buttonhole stitch bridge is one of them that you can choose for some parts of your lace.

Learn how to do buttonhole stitch bar/bridge with arch picot. The picot, the same as the bridge, is made of regular buttonhole stitches.

This video tutorial demonstrated how to do double sided buttonhole stitch bar or bridge. These bridges are used for making connections between cords or motifs of a lace.

In this video tutorial you will see one of the way how to connect crocheted pieces (motifs, cords) together.

This video tutorial demonstrated how to do wrapped bridge or bar. These bridges are used for connecting cords and motifs in lace work.