I love orchids… so there was no other way around as creating Romanian Point Lace pattern out of it. There is no particular, orchid that I love more, I find them all insanely gorgeous.
So I made a few orchid designs, that not only look great on its own but fantastic as a group. You can create a fabulous unique Point lace doily out of it and so much more!
Since the baby is born, I had no extra time to devote to the orchids and create a full doily out of it, but I am sure you can with the help of these patterns!
There is a red one, a blue and a dusty pink that has an actual doily pattern to it! I am sure you will love it!
You can find them all in the shop section HERE Happy Shopping! Enjoy!
I enjoyed creating them all, but I can’t make up my mind, which one is my favorite! What orchid is your favorite and why?
I love them all in a way but what I liked the most, was working with this amazing thread by Romanofir. If you want to try this type of thread, check it out HERE !
This thread is soft, silky but holds its power! It’s organic and comes from a very long tradition of
Drop a comment below and let me know!
PS: Call me crazy but I smudged the crochet hook before starting each pattern and also I smudged each pattern after I was done working on it! The pattern got it’s energy back- it takes a lot of energy working on the pattern!
I have worked with many threads and yarns in my life so far on a professional level and in private. I came across threads and yarns the went straight in the bin to thread that I started to appreciate and to collect.
This post is a work in progress and and it started in January when I started to think about threads that I love and threads that I stay away from! Today I want to share with you my top ten threads to work with. These brands, are perfect for lace makers, crochet lovers, knitters, tatting friends and so much more….
The main reason for creating this top ten was to show people who love to create Romanian Point Lace that there are many brands that you can try out to create wonderful lace.
I want to thank those brands who supplied me with gorgeous threads and yarns for me to test! Thank you very much it, was a pleasure, to work with all of you and to introduce your products to the followers, and new readers who are interested to learn something new.
Lace making is such an intensive , consummating craft that you need to choose quality.
Quality starts with the design, I am talking about Romanian Point Lace in this case and the thread you are using.
In this post I want to introduce to you a very high quality thread. I like to call it the DMC Thread of the Eastern Europe! LOL
This thread is divine to work with. It;s perfect for fine crochet and of course lace making. These days it comes in all colours but the traditional colours are still the best to work with. Ecru and Cappuccino.
The thread is called ROMANOFIR and is Made in Romania.
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You can order the thread online ROMANOFIR or from different yarn and thread stores online in RO. Most of them speak English.
Once you work with this thread, you will want no other.
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