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“A pattern book for lacis by Therèse de Dillmont is available on the net German version of "Filet Guipure": Part 1 and Part 2, and she offers thread weight advice for mesh sizes between 7 and 11 mm.”
“Bed-hangings, curtains, and furniture-coverings were covered with alternate squares of lacis and cutwork.”
“A large portière curtain of Italian lacis-work 10 10 0”
“Darned netting, or _lacis_, as it is sometimes called, might almost come under the heading of either lace or embroidery.”
“London, in 1295, mentions lacis under the name of album filum nodatum”
“Dr. Daniel Rock has pointed out that the long strips of lacis and linen lace of early work, now sometimes found, were covers for the lectern; and this is confirmed by the fact that the figure subjects are usually worked across the width of the piece, as in a remarkable piece dating from the fifteenth century.”
“Among the Egyptian antiquities discovered in 1909 by Professor F. Petrie, at Qurneh, it is interesting to recognize the square knotted mesh netting, similar to the lacis called modano.”
“Java; elaborate yellow Chinese hangings; books bound in tawny satins or fair blue silks and wrought with fleurs de lys, birds, and images; veils of lacis worked in Hungary point; Sicilian brocades, and stiff”
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“Quare nunc quidcm longc pnefticerit, meojodicio, per captivitatem, capcivi - lacis bgnum vel nocam incelligere.”
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