Lyra Learning Group

We are a group of about 55 lace knitters from around the world, knitting Herbert Neibling's "Lyra". Thanks goes to Helen Eisler, owner of the Knitted Lace List, to which all Lyra knitters in this group belong. This blog is written, edited, and published by Rosemarie Buchanan, 8 year member of the Knitted Lace List. All images and text in this blog are protected by copyright laws. Permission must be sought, and given, to use anything from this blog.

Location: Vancouver Island, Canada

Sunday, September 18, 2005

Judy Anderson's Lyra, completely blocked. When her blocking board wasn't big enough, she used the foam alphabet to extend it ... necessity IS the mother of invention! Beautiful work, Judy. Thank you for sharing it with us! Posted by Picasa


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! Judy, your Lyra is absolutely beautiful! The color really shows off the pattern well. And the binding problem doesn't show much on yours--you really have to look for it. That's inspiration for me--I'm about to head into the third set of leaves and have been trying to figure out how I want to approach the problem. --Barbie

Tuesday, September 20, 2005 9:19:00 a.m.  
Blogger Kathleen Valentine said...

That is luscious and the color couldn't be more beautiful!!!

Sunday, October 23, 2005 7:42:00 a.m.  

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