Lost In Lace…

Last year in February some friends and I visited the Lost in Lace exhibition at the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. Most of the lace was stunning so I thought I would share some picturesΒ (visit the website here). It amazes me that some of this lace is over 100 years old and still so beautiful! If only the old pieces lace could talk, I bet it would have some interesting stories to share.













My friend Dani (right) and I (left) at the exhibition


Wondering the Museum

This exhibition made want to go and buy loads of lace for my sewing stash! Do you share a love of lace? Did you see the exhibition?

Afterwards we went for some delicious pancakes!


Love Lou xoxox


43 thoughts on “Lost In Lace…

  1. I as well have a fascination with lace. I was given a gift of an antique handkerchief that was edged in very ornate and delicate lace a few weeks ago and it rekindled my desire to collect. Great post.

  2. I agree, lace is beautiful. I’ve never see it used in this way. I wish I could so to the show.
    Also, I forgot to add Vastly Curious’ web page. It’s up now, if you want to see more of her pictures.

  3. I am in a lace loving phase atm, but then again think I’ve always had a fascination with the stuff. Bought a red/orange top that looks like the red piece in the exhibition.
    Would like to see that exhibition, great photos!

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  5. I love lace. it’s completely different than my work – light where I’m heavy, tensile where I’m compressive, transparent where I am opaque. I think the thing that draws me to it, though, is the DETAIL. the sense of laborious connectivity and interrelatedness… amazing.

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