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So did I, but >>10301434 mentions brands using it?

afaik aside from tulle lace, brands generally use venise lace, and torchon, cluny or lever lace (bobbin lace). It's distinctly flatter, finer, and looks less fuzzy than what you posted. I'm trying to figure out where they'd have gone in for fuzzy, thick crochet lace, especially the simple types you posted, instead of going their usual route with flatter, finer-looking lace. Or maybe I'm missing something and people routinely make bobbin-looking crochet laces. Which is which?



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