List here only if the site contains supplies, kits, accessories or other supplies for lacemaking.
Thread, books, needles, shuttles and other tools for tatting.
Nina Libin sells her books, plus patterns, kits and shuttles especially designed to hold the extra beads needed in her tatted jewelry.
The Langendorfs have been turning bobbins for 20 years. They also make pillow stands and sell linen and silk threads.
Offering a variety of tools designed for lacemakers, as well as tips.
Brian creates tools and accessories for bobbin lacers, plus charming lacemaking miniatures.
Hand crafted tatting shuttles, tatting accessories, drop spindles, and spinning accessories made by a master wood craftsmen. Site also features woodturning articles.
Sisters, Sherry and Debbie, construct bags especially designed for holding shuttles. They also sell original tatting patterns (and have several free patterns at their site).
Romanian Point work designs including angels, butterflies, seashells, bookmarks and florals, offering kits and patterns.
Barbara Foster publishes tatting books, and offers threads, shuttles and accessories.
Chris Parson sells handpainted wooden bobbins and shuttles. He also sells the tatting shuttles made by Stuart Johnson.
Supplies, tools and tapes.
Diane Whisnant sells 3 pattern sets and t-shirts.
Mike Bester, from South Africa, is a renowned midland and continental lace bobbin maker.
Based in California, this shop offers a wide range of bobbin, knit and tatted lace making supplies via the internet.
This online shop is based in England, but supplies lacers worldwide with unique products such as Edward Clarke's 'Silent Tatter' shuttles.
Shop west of London provides bobbin and needle lace supplies: pillows, books, threads, and display supplies.
Lyn Morton teaches tatting and designs patterns. Her shop provides threads, shuttles and tools.
A folk artist has designed a shuttle that holds more thread.
Theo's international list of lace books is arranged by language. He also offers lace calendars.
Offers tatting and crochet threads, featuring Turkish threads.
Regularly updated, this shop collects supplies from around the world. They carry bobbins, threads, pillows, as well as providing instruction and workshops.
Producers of personalised commemorative lace and hardwood bobbins. Directions for spangling are included.
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