Volume XIX

Number 3

F e at u r e s / P r o j e c t s

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Flora Klickmann: Author, Editor, Needleworker
by Ka ren C. K. B a ll a rd

In addition to editing magazines and writing novels, Flora Klickmann edited sixteen
needlework books between 1912 and 1921.

11

A Flora Klickmann Butterfly to Crochet

by Ka ren C. K. B a l l a rd

14

The Yokohama Mama Shawl to Crochet

by Dor i s C ha n

18

The Queen’s Lace

by Ava T. C ol em a n

Discover Anna Marie Jensen’s royal connection.

19

The Queen’s Lace Doily to Knit

22

Who Was Dorothy Reade?

by Ava T. C ol em a n

by Do nna Dr uc huna s

Introducing a formidable lace-knitting pioneer and knitting archaeologist.

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23

A Christening Gown with Dorothy Reade Lace Patterns
to Knit by Deb b i e O ’ Nei l l

26

The Dragon Scarf to Knit

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ON THE COVER
KAREN C. K. BALLARD’S
FLORA KLICKMANN
BUTTERFLY TO CROCHET, page 11
Photograph by Joe Coca.

LEARN THE TECHNIQUE
OF ALENÇON LACE, page 36
KNIT THE QUEEN’S LACE, page 19
MARIAN ANDERSON’S
DISCOVERY, page 49

by Inna Vol tc hkova

A Labor of Love: Repairing an Orenburg Lace Shawl
by G a l i na A. Khm el eva

The author relates how she repaired a shawl made in Russia sometime between
1880 and 1917.

32

Alençon: Queen of Lace, Lace of Queens
by Ki m b erly C hr i s ma n-C a m pb el l

Trace the story of Alençon lace from its beginnings in 1665.

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41

An Empire Bee in Alençon-Style Lace to Stitch

by C a rolyn We tzel

The Story of Carrickmacross Irish Lace
by J o Ann E urel l a nd Ma r y S hi el d s

Depar tments
2 Notions

Carrickmacross lace has its roots in an 1816 Italian honeymoon trip.

Letter from the editor
4 Book Marks

45

A Carrickmacross Lace Corner to Stitch

49

Marian Anderson’s BobbinLace Coverlet by Anna Pa tra

Books of interest
5 By Post

Letters to the editor
6 Calendar

Upcoming events

by M a r i on B. J ones

The great American contralto’s
nineteenth-century coverlet is now in
the collection of The Lace Museum
in Sunnyvale, California.

52 Abbreviations and
Techniques

Definitions

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