a tool originally devised from a lobster claw used to lay and burnish threads in needle lace. Hand made in wood (all in different woods).
Half Cone Sticks or 'Shoes'/$15.00
Small, medium and large. Tapered rounded ends.
Please state your preference.
These are used for needle lace
You work your stitches over the half cone and remove the half cone when the stitches are finished.
This gives you a raised effect.
A tool used for making small rings of needle lace to be applied to your work. These rings are called couronnes, 7" long with different diameters so that different size rings can be made (9 rings).
Puller, Automatic 5" $25.00
A high quality spring controlled super grip puller with automatic one hand locking and unlocking control. Useful tool when working with needle lace to help pull the needle.
Led Lighted tweezer & Magnifier $12.00
5.5 inches lighted tweezers perfect for holding tiny items in low light. Sturdy metal composition. Led light never needs replacing. Batteries included.
Scalpel Knife safety handle with set screw/$15.00
A stainless steel handles with a set screw which permits easy and safe insertion and removal of blades.
*Useful tool to cut off the couching threads on needle lace.
Scalpel Blade $4.00
A sharp pointed straight angled blade
Matte Blue Film /$13.00
Blue matte film adhesive, 1 m.
*45cm x 100m
Safety Pins /$3.50
Stainless steel, 4 pieces 55mm long rust-proof, with locking white cap. Really useful to hold the canvas to the pillow, when working needle lace