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Irish Lace used several weights of thread, and motifs were made separately, tacked to paper, and the spaces filled in with mesh. Specific patterns and designs were often closely guarded secrets, and the finished lace was highly valued! Today, Irish crochet lace has evolved and expanded a bit, but the mesh and the rose are still iconic facets of the art. And luckily, it’s no longer a secret! For work the yarn of 100% cotton of various thickness was used:
100% cotton, 169 meters in 50 grams,
100% cotton, 565 meters in 100 grams,
100% cotton, 203 meters in 20 grams,
Hooks No. 0.9-1.5 and No. 2,
embroidery needle, pins and mat.
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