Three-Twist Brussels Net

Three-twist Brussels net is a diamond (rather than hexagonal) net invented in 1831 and produced with a modified bobbinet machine.

This type of net was used for Brussels needlepoint lace. The production of three-twist Brussels net ceased in c. 1970.

Source: EARNSHAW, Pat (1982/1984). A Dictionary of Lace, Aylesbury: Shire Publications. Second edition (first edition 1982), pp. 25, 115.





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