“The first exhibit was about lacemaking, which isn't surprising, as parts of the midlands are well known for lacemaking.”
“Her beautiful felt rugs are strikingly bold for they sport a fresh take on another traditional craft, lacemaking.”
“That may change on Tuesday, in what ought to be a rewarding contrast between Portugal's speed, directness and solid defence, and the football equivalent of lacemaking offered by Spain, whose players have yet to receive a single caution.”
“VIRGINIA HISTORY CELEBRATION, sword-fighting and lacemaking demonstrations, artifacts from the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Colonial music and games, portrayals of Civil War spies and a suffragette parade. 11 a. m.-3 p.m.,”
“A plate of pasta washed down with a glass of wine could join the list of 178 cultural experiences including the tango, the polyphonic singing of the Aka Pygmies of central Africa and Croatian lacemaking.”
“The lacemaking daughter had been three at the time.”
“Lingered to observe the live lacemaking, then took the kids to watch some entertainers.”
“There was also the Ezer Le-Yoldot organization, and the welcome work of Sarah Thon, who from 1911 founded workshops for Mizrahi women skilled in lacemaking and weaving, thus providing them with an opportunity to improve their quality of life.”
“This saved the area and kept Bruges the lacemaking centre of the latter half of the 19th and the 20th century.”
“It still maintains a lacemaking school know as Kant Centrum Lace Centre.”
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