Teacher : Lieve Pollet
Foreknowledge: having the ability to read and to draw technical drawings
To work Torchon lace
Goal: to get notion in the techniques of Flanders lace
To process the gathered knowledge into a proper file
Having the ability to make own designs and translate them into
a technical drawing.
Contents: short history, main characteristics, equipment
Flanders stitch, Flanders ground, lace edging, picot edge
Input, output, junctions
Straight start and finish of a motif
Switching and passing around a pin
Crossing the gimp
Spots and ovals in Flanders lace
Snowflakes and their junctions
Small snowflakes and their junctions
Making corners without motifs and with small motifs
Task: working some samples, to make technical drawings of different motifs
in Flanders ground, to design motifs in Flanders ground.
To design motifs and find solutions to connect the motif with snowflakes
and little snowflakes.
To make technical drawings of own designs
Making corners and technical drawings of these corners
Material: long pins (see Torchon lace)
Thread: Egyptian cotton 60/2 or 70/2
Gimp: DMC 16
Evaluation: To hand in proper file and the given tasks
To hand in 1 end work in Flanders lace in September before the start
of the 3rd year.
15/09 volledige dag, 22/09,29/09,06/10,20/10,27/10,17/11,24/11,01/12 NaMiddag