Working on the Knitting For Peace Messenger Bag. Almost done. Easy as PIE! Hope to have it finished by next week....and then post a photo. Would actually like to know if anyone else has done the bag also, but has done any alterations to the pattern (thinking of adding pockets, buttons to keep it shut).
( just received this from Lacis... http://lacismuseum.org....click on museum/newsletter)
LACE KNITTING ON THE MUSEUM WEBSITE
Finally, I am happy to announce an exciting new addition to our web forum. The "Niebling Lace Knitting" page is now available for the discussion of lace knitting, and especially the patterns of the master of lace knitting, Herbert Niebling. His beautiful, intricate designs are regarded by many as the ultimate challenge for lace knitting, and the current renaissance of the art, nurtured by blogs and email lists, has brought them to the attention of a new generation of knitters. Because Niebling's designs are scattered through a number of out-of-print publications, notably Burda's Anna magazine and Coats leaflets, they can be difficult to locate. The difficulty is compounded by the fact that designs are not always attributed to Niebling, and the names of the designs may change from one publication to the next. Here at Lacis we have a special interest in preserving the heritage of lace-making of all sorts. We are presently working on a reprint of two Japanese lace books that feature several Niebling patterns, and our research has inspired us to make our own contribution by creating a catalogue of Niebling's works. To that end, we have created a new page on our forum to facilitate the sharing of information. As this information becomes available I will enter it into a spread sheet, which will be posted on our website. If you'd like to join in this venture, have a peek at the forum and let us know what you think.