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    21 Pages.  This lovely book is a monthly magazine published in February, 1903 as part of the hard to find Lace Maker Series.  In this issue is a lesson to make Teneriffe Lace, photo of a plate doily in Venetian Point as well as a jabot in Rose Point and Mousseiline de Soie. Also included are articles on Linens, Silks & Cottons for summer gowns; Protection and Stock Collars, Lace designs for tea cloths, centerpieces & doilies and lastly a Question and Answer section with great advice from the Lace Maker herself.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    21 Pages.  This lovely book is a monthly magazine published in May, 1903 as part of the hard to find Lace Maker Series.  In this issue is a lengthy lesson to make Irish Crochet Lace. Also included are Lace designs for collars and trimmings and lastly a Question and Answer section with great advice from the Lace Maker herself.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    16 Pages.  This lovely book is a monthly magazine published in December, 1903 as part of the hard to find Lace Maker Series.  In this issue is a lengthy article and instructions to make Modern Flemish Lace, including several lovely photos of finished pieces. Also included are line drawing designs for collars, yokes, trimmings and lastly a Question and Answer section with great advice from the Lace Maker herself.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    18 Pages.  This lovely book is a monthly magazine published in January, 1904 as part of the hard to find Lace Maker Series.  In this issue is a lengthy lesson to make Venetian Point Lace and Relief Work - including many photos of finished laces with descriptions of how they are constructed. Also included are Lace diagrams for beautiful insertions and lastly a Question and Answer section with great advice from the Lace Maker herself.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    $13.95

    18 Pages.  This lovely book is a monthly magazine published in March, 1904 as part of the hard to find Lace Maker Series.  In this issue is a lengthy lesson to make Marie Antoinette and Applique Lace - including many photos of finished laces with descriptions of how they are constructed. Also included is a Lace diagram for an exquisite gown, floral designs for pillow appliques and lastly a Question and Answer section with great advice from the Lace Maker herself.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    17 Pages. This lovely book is a monthly magazine published in April, 1904 as part of the hard to find Lace Maker Series.  In this issue is a lengthy lesson to make fine, beautiful laces for the Church. There are 38 beautiful photographs of the laces and a brief description of how these laces were constructed. This is not an in-depth pattern book, the Sara Hadley series is more of a study of lace than instruction books. Also included is a question and answer section with lace making tips from Miss Hadley, herself. A fine book, and very difficult to find. 


    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    $13.95

    18 Pages.  This lovely book is a monthly magazine published in May, 1904 as part of the hard to find Lace Maker Series.  In this issue is a lengthy lesson to make Irish Crochet Lace - including many photos of finished laces with descriptions of how they are constructed. Also included are Lace diagrams for Yokes, Berthas, dress trimmings, short jackets and half sleeves. Lastly, there is a wonderful Question and Answer section with great advice from the Lace Maker herself.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    16 Pages. This lovely book is a monthly magazine published in June, 1904 and it is the LAST issue of the hard-to-find Lacemaker monthly publication series.  In this issue is a descriptive lesson to make fine, beautiful hardanger embroidery and cross stitch designs, as well as the uses of it in clothing buttons and decorative linens. There are 40 beautiful photographs of the works and a brief description of how they were constructed. This is not an in-depth pattern book, the Sara Hadley series is more of a study series than formal instruction books. Some of these items might also appear in the later Lace Maker books. They are still beautiful works, and it is a rare resource. Also included is a question and answer section with lace making tips from Miss Hadley, herself. A fine book, and very difficult to find. 

    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    24 Pages.  This lovely book is a the first of the Lace Maker New Series. It is filled with gorgeous examples of Edwardian era Eyelet, Danish and Reticella Embroideries. A lovely book is filled with beautiful photography of period garments and linens that are adorned with this delicate work. Also included are several line drawings of designs to be used for shirt waists.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    34 Pages.  This lovely book is part of the Lace Maker New Series.  It contains 3 lessons on the beautiful art of Hardanger embroidery, as well as 88 photos of Hardanger patterns and finished projects with a variety of uses such as clothing, table cloths and even buttons. This is a wonderful book that contains a wealth of detailed information on this technique.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    24 Pages. This book is on the topic of Roman Cutwork Embroidery and Rococo Ribbon work and is part of the Lace Maker New series from the early part of the 20th century. In this book, there are nearly 70 photographs of this lovely embroidery and a brief description of how it is made. There are NOT full patterns for any of the designs, but rather, this is a technique book on this work. This is a valuable resource book of ideas from arguably one of the finest lace makers in the world at that time and a series that is extremely rare.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country
     
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    24 Pages.  This lovely book is part of the Lace Maker New Series.  In it is contained exquiste examples of Edwardian era Irish Crochet. This instruction book is not for the novice - it contains photos of finished laces with descriptions of how the lace is constucted. It does not provide detailed step by step instruction. If the reader is skilled at Irish Crochet, this book will be a Masters course in the technique.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    34 Pages. This lovely book is a continuation of the earlier hardanger edition. It contains delicate embroidery patterns for decorating garments and household linens. There are over 80 photo illustrations of finished designs, shown in crisp detail that will make the designs easy to duplicate. A fascinating book of Edwardian era needlework.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    24 Pages.  This lovely book is part of the Lace Maker New Series.  In it is contained exquiste examples of Edwardian era Irish Crochet. This instruction book is not for the novice - it contains photos of finished laces with descriptions of how the lace is constucted. It does not provide detailed step by step instruction. If the reader is skilled at Irish Crochet, this book will be a Masters course in the technique.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    24 Pages.  This lovely book is part of the Lace Maker New Series on the topic of Filet Crochet. There are over seventy-five lovely detailed illustrations for edgings and insertions with detailed instructions to make them. The insertion designs include a swan, elephant, hare, duck, chicken, doves, cow, peacock, bee, dragon, butterfly and much more. This edition is a goldmine of creative Filet Crochet designs, suitable to decorate the finest linens.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    25 Pages.  This lovely book is part of the Lace Maker New Series with lessons in two embroidery techniques, Louis XIV Embroidery and Punch Work. Louis XIV (also called Casal Guidi) Embroidery is worked on canvas using a heavier cord and background stitches to make lovely raised designs. Punched work is worked on open weave linen and is mainly worked in the background, bringing the design out from the cloth. This is a stunning technique that is masterfully shown with detailed instruction and lovely finished designs.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    $15.95

    24 Pages.  This lovely book is part of the Lace Maker New Series on the topic of Venetian Crochet. This lovely technique is a crocheted representation of Venetian lace that is worked in a similar fashion to Irish Crochet. It is beautifully constructed of motifs and background stitches. Patterns include several lovely purses, elaborate collars and fancy edgings.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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    32 Pages.  This lovely book is part of the Lace Maker New Series, the second in the series on the topic of Filet Crochet. .In addition to the numerous lovely filet insertions and edgings, this book also contains patterns for beautiful bedspreads, pillows, a lampshade, table runners, purses and much more. A great collection of filet crochet designs.
    Please note that Mme. Hadley was a Lace Maker, and not a pattern writer. Her patterns are not the easiest to follow - but her wisdom and skills are the best of her day. She was the editor of the Butterick lace making books, winner of the 1892 World's Fair lace making competition and shop owner who supplied and repaired laces for the finest families in the country.

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