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It's a great resource book for lace knitters. I will go and see the actual piece at the
Brooklyn Museum this spring.
Great resource for learning and improving lace knitting skills.Published 9 months ago by Elizabeth Costales
Came a bit late from stated time frame. Book in fair condition. I got what I paid for and expected. No deception involved.Published 22 months ago by Barbara H Klipa
This book is simply awesome. I am an experienced knitter, but I'm not well adversed in lace knitting. Read morePublished 22 months ago by EMBLA
This is a great source of lace patterns and a nice historical look at lace knitting. Just flipping through it has given me many ideas for future projects.Published 23 months ago by Dracowin
This is the first thing you have to questions yourself before purchasing a book: If you want to follow instructions blindly then you do not need this book. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Alejandra Zepeda Bastien
I guess it is possible that a wider readership might expose some previously undiscovered weaknesses in Susanna Lewis's classic text, but it's hard to imagine how. Read morePublished on November 17, 2010 by The Occasional Muse
I was very happy to find this out of print book. Vendor delivered it promptly and in excellent condition. It is a welcome addition to my knitting library.Published on August 9, 2010 by Sheila M. Sweeny
The reprint is finally out and available on the Brooklyn Museum website. Don't know when Amazon will get it!Published on March 27, 2010 by Deborah Wythe