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The restored Hani tou Mestana in Athienou, where the meetings will take place, is a historical space that is directly related to the lace-making by Sotiris and Eleni Mestana in the first half of the 20 th century.
as Bruges is also famous for its lace-making and there are shops galore.
Then move on to Burano, famed for its lace-making, colourful houses and S-shaped biscuits.
Batra (emeritus) and Pourdeyhimi (both textiles, North Carolina State U.) continue their series on fibers by exploring fabrics made by means other than weaving, knitting, or lace-making. The 16 chapters are arranged under the themes of useful preliminaries, staple fiber-based technology, bonding technologies, integrated technologies, and winding it up.
At that price, of course, the Chinese copy of the bridal gown will not come with three petticoats of lace, hand-stitched using the Carrickmacross lace-making technique, and nor will be made with the same quality of ivory satin.
The lace appliquEa for the bodice and skirt EoAC" hand-made by the Royal School of Needlwork EoAC" was made using the Carrickmacross lace-making technique that originated in Ireland in the 1820s.
The train and bodice were decorated with delicate lace applique flowers, handcrafted using the Carrickmacross lace-making technique, which originated in Ireland in the 1820s.
Unfortunately, the story of striking miners in the southern German town of Marienzeche, where lace-making is the only other trade, is a dramatic muddle.
Here, once-derelict buildings have been transformed into a bright modern tourist attraction where the intricate history of lace-making comes alive through interactive exhibits.
Set against the background of Salem's Puritan and lace-making past the novel also introduces readers to the charms and isolation of Massachusetts' "border" islands where inhabitants can pull their ramps up thereby preventing anyone from landing.
Browse round the art exhibition, watch lace-making at the craft fair or go on a tour of the distillery (adults pounds 3, children pounds 1.50, under-11s free).
An excellent, in-depth guide packed with black and white photos follows the history and methodology of lace-making.