Armenian Needle Lace 13 New Videos Step by Step Tutorials

Armenian Knotted Needle Lace Explained

Armenian needle lace (also known as Bebilla, Nazareth Lace and Knotted Lace) is a pure form of needlelace made using only a needle, thread and pair of scissors. It was thought for years that these were little woven transmutation circles…

Armenian Knotted Lace (Getting started with Armenian knotted lace.)

Armenian Knotted Lace (Getting star...
Armenian knotted needle lace sample
Armenian knotted needle lace sample

History

Armenian needle lace seems to be an obvious descendant of net making. Where lacis adds decorative stitches to a net ground, Armenian needle lace involves making the net itself decorative.
There is some archaeological evidence suggesting the use of lace in prehistoric Armenia and the prevalence of pre-Christian symbology in traditional designs would certainly suggest a pre-Christian root for this art form.

In contrast to Europe where lace was the preserve of the nobility, in Armenia it decorated everything from traditional headscarves to lingerie and lace-making was part of many or most women’s lives.

Technique

The lace is made by tying knots, usually tied onto the previous round of the piece creating small loops of thread onto which the next round of knots can be tied. Patterns are created by varying the length of the loops, missing loops from the previous round, adding extra loops and similar.

When used as edging the lace can be made directly onto the hem of the fabric being edged. When a doily or freeform object (such as the birds and flowers decorating traditional headscarves) is being started a series of loops is tied onto a slip knot which is pulled tight to complete the first round.

How to Make Armenian Knotted Needle Lace

Armenian knotted needle lace is a beautiful and unique form of lace that has been around for centuries. Although it may look complicated, it is actually relatively easy to learn. This tutorial will walk you through the basics of Armenian knotted needle lace, step by step.

First, you will need a needle and some thread. You can use any type of thread, but it is best to use a thinner line so that it is easier to work with. Next, you will need to make a foundation row of knots. To do this, simply tie a knot at the end of the thread and then make a small loop with the thread. Pass the needle through the loop to make another knot. Continue making knots until you reach the end of the thread.

Once you have made the foundation row, you will start working on the actual lace. To do this, you must make loops with the thread and pass the needle through these loops to create knots. You can make the loops as big or as small as you like, depending on the look you are going for. Experiment with different sizes and shapes to see what you like best.

Once you have mastered the basics of Armenian knotted needle lace, you can start creating more intricate designs. There are endless possibilities when making beautiful lace, so let your imagination run wild!

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How do I start my Armenian needle lace?

Do you want to learn how to make beautiful Armenian lace?

We have put together these amazing video tutorials, so you can learn step by step. You will be able to make pieces that are both practical and decorative.

With our help, you can create stunning pieces of lace that will impress everyone who sees them. They make perfect gifts for friends and family or a simply beautiful addition to your own wardrobe.

Watch one of our tutorial videos right now and get started on your new project!

How do you do needle lace? Armenian Needle Lace Tutorial(Part 1)

Needle Lace for Beginners (Part 2 of 8)

In this video series, I teach a start-to-finish tutorial for creating Armenian Needlelace, which is the beautiful art of Armenian needlework. This art, also known as point lace, iğne oyası (Igne Oyasi in Turkish), Nazareth Lace, Bebilla, and Knotted Lace, is centuries old. I learned this art growing up in a Lebanon orphanage when I was a little girl.

Needle Lace for Beginners (Part 3 of 8)

The next step in creating Armenian knotted needle lace is to create the knot pattern. Many different knot patterns can be used, but the one shown below is a basic pattern that can be used to create various lace designs.

To create the knot pattern, first, make a loop with the thread and tie a knot around the loop. Then, take the left thread and make a loop around the right thread. Make sure to hold on to both loops tightly before pulling the left loop tight. Finally, take the right thread and make a loop around the left thread. Again, make sure to hold on to both loops tightly before pulling the right loop tight.

The diagram below shows how the knot pattern is created.

Armenian Needle Lace (Part 4 of 8)

Knitting lace is an art that requires patience, skill, and a lot of practice. But once you master the technique, you can knit beautiful patterns.

The first thing to do is to get some yarn and a set of needles. Choose needles that are suitable for the yarn you have chosen. Usually, lace patterns are knitted with fine-gauge needles. You should also choose a stitch pattern that suits your needs or one that you would like to try out.

Step 5 of the Armenian knitted lace tutorial, completing the circle.

In step 5 of the Armenian knitted lace tutorial, you will complete the circle by joining the last stitch to the first stitch with a slip stitch.

To do this, insert your needle into the first stitch of the round, then yarn over and pull through both the stitch and the loop on your needle. Congratulations, you have now completed one round of Armenian knitted lace!

Needle Lace Tutorial for Beginners (part 6)

Armenian knots are one of the most popular techniques used in making Armenian lace. To make this type of knot, you must first learn how to hold the threads. Once you have learned how to do this, you can make various patterns and designs with your thread.

The first thing that you need to do is to take two pieces of thread and tie them together at the top. After doing this, you should have four strands of thread. Next, you must take the left strand and pass it over the two middle strands. After doing this, you should take the right strand and pass it under the two middle strands.

How to Knit Armenian Lace Patterns( part 7)

Armenian lace is one of the most beautiful things you can knit. It has a unique pattern that is both intricate and delicate. This article will provide you with a tutorial on how to knit Armenian lace patterns.

1) Cast on an even number of stitches with your needle size and yarn type

2) Knit one row, purl one row for the next three rows

3) Start knitting the pattern by following these instructions:

Row 1: K3, yo, k2tog, k1 Row 2: Purl all stitches Row 3: K4, yo, k2tog, k1 Row 4: Purl all stitches

Needle Lace Tutorial (part 8 out of 8)

This pattern is made by knitting two stitches together and then another stitch. This pattern can be used in various ways, such as the center of a square or round piece of knitting, an edging for a knitted piece, or as part of an embroidered project.

How Easy is it to do Armenian Needle Lace? (Little Soldier Design)

In this video series, I teach the little soldier design in Armenian Needlelace, which is the beautiful art of Armenian needlework.

Butterfly – Needle Lace Design

The butterfly is a beautiful and popular motif in needle lace. It’s not surprising that it’s one of the most popular designs for beginners.

There are many different ways to create a butterfly in needle lace. The most basic method is to simply stitch two wings onto a body.

More advanced techniques can be used to create more realistic-looking butterflies. These include adding veining to the wings, using wire to give them shape, and even making them three-dimensional.

No matter your technique, needle lace butterflies are always stunning and make a beautiful addition to any project.

Caterpillar – Armenian Needle Lace Point Design (part 1)

The Caterpillar is an Armenian needle lace point design. It is worked in a continuous line, similar to a chain stitch, but with the addition of a picot at each point.

The result is a very delicate and pretty design that can be used for borders, edgings, or as a standalone motif. This design is relatively easy to work with and would do an ideal project for someone new to needle lace.

Caterpillar – Armenian Needle Lace Point Design (part 2)

It can be worked in various thread weights, from fine cotton thread up to thicker embroidery floss. The choice of thread will affect the overall look of the finished piece – finer threads will create a more delicate effect, while thicker threads will give a bolder look.

Honeycomb – Armenian Needle Lace Designs

Armenian needle lace is a type of bobbin lace. It is so-called because the technique was brought to Europe by Armenian refugees in the 16th century. The lace is made by interlocking loops of thread, which are usually worked over a very fine mesh ground.

There are many Armenian needle lace designs, but most share common features. They typically have a complex and intricate design with many small details. They often use a variety of colors and sometimes feature floral motifs.

Many people find Armenian needle lace to be very beautiful and intricate. All of the tutorials are available on this page if you’re interested in learning how to make this type of lace. With a bit of practice, you, too, can create stunning pieces of Armenian needle lace!

If you’ve enjoyed learning about Armenian needle lace knitting, please let us know in the comments! We love hearing from our readers and hope that you’ve found this information useful. Thanks for stopping by!

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