Inspiration of the week , Teal and Pink!

Inspiration of the week , Teal and Pink!



Teal…. Teal is a medium blue-green color, similar to cyan. Its name comes from that of a bird—the common teal (Anas crecca)—which presents a similarly colored stripe on its head. It can be created by mixing blue with green into a white base, or deepened as needed with black or grey. The complementary color of teal is maroon.( Info Wikipedia)

I love this colour so much that it;s available in the store…. 666m per skein is waiting for you….. 100gr of pure fun, creativity and .You can do wonders, with this gorgeous colour…. From Doilies, to crochet and knit dresses , blouses, home decor and so much for like Romanian Point Lace for example! 

This fabulous thread is fine and from Romanofir. A company that prides itself with the best thread in Romania. With a history of almost 100 years they deliver quality, fun and joy to crochet, knit, tatting and lace making. Check it out here and hurry coz this colour goes lie hot cake!

But Teal is not all, we have shades of PINK, that are as attractive as teal… The wonders of Pink are amazing! 

Do you know what PINK stands for? Pink means femininity, LOVE, calmness, Optimism . It means Hope and beauty… This colour is amazing and you can have it. Right in the shop!

Pink is here   so come and get it!

Enjoy for fabulous week.. and start your Monday with some gorgeous threads!





A Romanian Point Lace Easter ….

A Romanian Point Lace Easter ….

It’s again Easter and time is flying when you have a little one. I did not do much this time just a few traditional coloured eggs in onion shells and red berry tea.

My egg design is more abstract. I was getting bored with simple colours and wanted an eye catcher on the table.




I love the reddish terracotta colour blend and the shine of the egg.  I feel that if you do want to colour eggs, keep it natural. And by that I mean use natural dying techniques and products from nature like onion shells, beetroot, teas, etc….

I embellished the eggs with grass, leaves, thread, romanian point lace pieces and wrapped it in a sheer stocking. Letting it boil for quite some time adding simple vinegar to make the colour stick.


Once it;s boiled I let it cool in its warp and cut the eggs out of it;s wrapping. Taking carefully all the elements away from it, place the eggs in a bowl and make them shine with lard. Keep it authentic!

How are you celebrating Easter?



We at Ink & Lace wish you a fabulous lacy Happy Easter!





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