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1. Draw outline shape of lace with pencil.

2. Using the 3/4" flat brush, outline shape of lace with heavy Floating Medium and Wicker White, keeping the Wicker White to the outer edge of the outline.

3. Follow the ruffles in the lace on the outer edge.
4. Fill in center with heavy Floating Medium and Wicker White.

5.Find a point to pull in folds and pull to the top.

6. Add folds throughout the width of the lace.

7. Using the #10 flat brush, start on the chisel edge, pull down as you push and slide into the tear-drop, sliding back up on the chisel.

8. Add loops of lace in different directions following the direction of the folds of lace.

9. Start on the chisel edge, push, and come back up onto the chisel to make an arch between the loops.

10. Add a little Engine Red to the Yellow Ochre side and add the highlights.

10. Using a #2 script liner loaded with inky Wicker White, outline along edge to make the stitching.

11. Outline outer and inside edges of each loop and arch.

12. Add threads in lace with inky Wicker White and the same brush.

13. Add French dots using the tip of the handle dipped in Wicker White.

14. Completed stitching of lace.

15. Add embroidered stitching of rose and one stroke leaves on lace with the #10 flat brush loaded with Floating Medium and Wicker White.


16. Finished project

Lace Trim Scarf Step-by-Step


1. Using the 3/4" flat brush loaded with Floating Medium, Paint the edges and fill in.

. Add stitched line on edge by using the #2 script liner loaded with inky Wicker White.

3. Make French dots along the stitched edge using the handle of the #2 script liner handle.

4. Using the same brush, add decorative stitching, making sure to begin and end at the edge of the fabric.

5. On opposite edge from dots, add ruffle using the #10 flat brush and inky Wicker White.

6. Add top stitching with the #2 script liner loaded with inky Wicker White.

7 Add gathered folds to ruffles using the same brush.

8. Finished Project.