19 Sep 2012 Leave a comment
06 Sep 2012 Leave a comment
Here is the pattern for the September RPLAL.
The actuall patter is much darker than the above picture. download below
27 Jul 2012 Leave a comment
Here is the pattern for the August RPLAL free pattern.It is for an edging of a small square doily. But also maybe used as a collar on a small child’s knit or crochet dress.
03 Jul 2012 9 Comments
size 10 thread
size 10 hook
27 Jun 2012 5 Comments
So hey we are early posting this pattern.
you will need to print out four copies of the pattern
27 Jun 2012 Leave a comment
here is June’s RPLA free pattern. I hope people are enjoying these patterns would love to see what people are doing with them please add photos to either the Ravelry group or the flickr group.
15 Jun 2012 1 Comment
Here it is May’s RPL pattern. It is a pattern to make a very large collar takes between 14 and 15 yards of cord and 11 rings. There are 2 pieces to the pattern so make sure you down load both of them.
There is a new blog I want to tell you about. She started the blog just to help my group on raverly but figured others would want to go there too who are interested in RPL. She grew up doing this type of lace during the cold war times and tells stories of learning how to do this with her mother and the hard times of that era. But she also tells you how to make RPL cords, pattern drafting and in time so much more she is going to have a RPLAL in July so go over quick tell her sunshine sent you. Get your pattern ready make your cord and get ready for master help.
10 Apr 2012 2 Comments
Here is the last RPLAL pattern for the month of April but this one also has the tutorials with it of how to do the this and the others
10 Apr 2012 Leave a comment
Here is the second patterns out of three. The collar can be worn with the button down the back down the front or over the shoulder. You could also make it the yoke of a shirt for a baby or adult. Read on to get the free download pattern.
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09 Apr 2012 2 Comments
This one is in honor of my mother-in-law. All us kids knew she loved little purple pansies and even had a children's song she would sing about them that was her favorite. Read on for the free pattern download below from ravelry.
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