6 Apr 2013

Handkerchief almost finished

Handkerchief
Torchon lace

He estado ausente durante un tiempo pero no inactiva.
Terminé el pañuelo de novia de encaje de bolillos después de un año (¡qué vaga!).
Ahora me toca peinarlo esconder los cabos (¡qué pereza!).
No hubiera podido terminarlo yo sola sin la inestimable ayuda de los tutoriales que nos regala A bobbin lace lover. ¡Muchísimas gracias!

I have been away from blogging but not inactive!
I finished my bridal handkerchief lace after one year (so lazy).
Now I need to comb its hair weave in ends (so much work!).
I wouldn't have finished on my own without the invaluable help of A bobbin lace lover and her tutorials. Thank you very much!

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    1. ¡Gracias! No me creo haberla terminado ya, jejeje.

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  2. Por dios , esto es un tesoro , que hermoso !! precioso !!!
    feliz fin de semana
    besitos

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    1. Muchas gracias, guapa.
      Feliz fin de semana tejeril, besitos.

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  3. Mare meva!! Una feinada però tota una joia!!

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    1. Tu ho has dit, una feinada! Ara queda rematar-lo...

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  4. Albis me ha robado el comentario! Qué maravilla!!!

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    1. ¡Muchas gracias! Es el primer encaje "serio" que hago.

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  5. Wow!!! Absolutely beautiful!

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  6. ¡Wow! Es una maravilla...

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  7. Oh, the handkerchief is really beautiful! You have many talents.
    I love lace like this, but I'm too lazy to make it. Several years ago I was at a re-enactment of the 18th century, and there was a Frenchman who made exquisite lace with bobbins. I'll never forget it. He wore a white wig, and dressed in fine clothes as he sat in a beautiful overstuffed chair and made lace. - he was such a dandy!
    Have a wonderful week!

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    1. I'd love to see that! I wonder how would it feel to make lace dressed in 18th attire and wearing a wig (haha). Actually my crafting room is a lot messier, those clothes won't ever fit in there!

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  8. This is absolutely gorgeous. You have such a delicate touch about you, concerning your handiwork. I love the elegance of this lace handkerchief.

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    1. Thanks so much Libby! I would love you to see it in real life and ask you again if you think it's delicate and elegant *laughs*. ;-)

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  9. oiiiii!!!vim bisbilhotar e amei tudo que vi,quando tiver um tempinho venha me visitar e se quiser me seguir ficarei muito feliz...abreijos!!!

    claudiamlfernandes.blogspot.com.br

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    1. Muito obrigada, Claudia! Vou visitar seu blog.
      Beijo!

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  10. Uau, i ara has d'amagar tots aquests fils?? T'acompanyo en el sentiment ;)

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    1. Gràcies, gràcies... hahaha
      Ja estan amagats, he trigat "només" tres dies...

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  11. Precioso! Me quito el sombrero.

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  12. Me alegro de que mis tutoriales te ayuden, con ese ánimo los hago, aunque nunca sabes a ciencia cierta sí has conseguido explicarte. Tus trabajos son preciosos, ese chal color mostaza ....Me encanta. En cuanto a lo del pie de galería tienes razón. Me lo enseñaron con ese nombre y así me refiero a él, pero es muy posible que según las zonas, se le de otro nombre.

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