The SprangLady Subscription-2022 - Lace
Welcome to the SprangLady Subscribers Information Site.
I look forward to sharing information with you, and accompanying you in your explorations of sprang. While the 2021 subscription offered a peek into the variety of structures possible with sprang, the 2022 subscription focuses exclusively on lace patterns. Each month will introduce a new pattern for you to practice and play with.
The 2022 subscription will include the same patterns options for a neckscarf, a pair of fingerless mittens or sprang hat. After making a sample of the sprang-lace-pattern-of-the month, you are welcome to make yourself a set of twelve scarves, or mittens, or hats, each in a different lace pattern. During testing of instructions for one of my sprang lace books, one tester produced several squares that she put in her windows. I am offering that as an option as well. The 2022 subscription page will include instructions on making the window squares.
I will be available for a monthly sprang chat via Zoom, on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. There you can ask me questions, and receive on-line support. You will also be able to meet others interested in sprang. The monthly Zoom chat will be aarranged at different times of the day on a rotating cycle, to accommodate members in diverse time zones.
For those of you who missed signing up in January ... this is not a problem. Even if you sign up, in, say, June, you will begin with access to all the previous information, January through June's structures ... but you will have missed out on 5 months of Zoom meetings.
The SprangLady website offers some basic information and instructions for decoding Carol's pattern writing method, as well as a short review on making holes. These are the building blocks upon which this subscription is built. If you are comfortable with the basics of sprang, how to set up, how to work the basic stitches, how to read Carol's charts, and a finishing technique or two, then this subscription is for you.
The subscription is NOT a class. It has been designed for people who already have a firm basic understanding. It is intended for intermediate Sprangers, who want to explore farther, that is, you are able to independently set up your work and are comfortable with the basic stitch, and can read Carol's sprang lace charts. You can learn all this in the introductory class. Sign up to my website in order to get emails informing you of when the next class will occur.
If you would like to learn more about different spring stitches I recommend you check out the 2021 https://www.spranglady.com/store/p108/The_SprangLady_Subscription-2021_-_copy.html
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