Limerick Run Lace

Example of a Limerick run-lace cuff. Example of a Limerick run-lace cuff.

Limerick run lace is a form of embroidered net lace. It uses a machine-made net (tulle) and a running stitch for decoration. It can be classed as a form of needlerun. It allegedly originated in Nottingham. It is very similar to Kells lace

See the long TRC Needles entry on Limerick lace.

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 6 July 2016).

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