The scarf Entrelacs is a unique piece made from black muslin, embroidered with a Celtic pattern with 20’s facetted black beads.
Here are the steps of its making and its peculiarities.
– First, I cut the shape of my scarf in the muslin fabric.
– After having chosen my Celtic pattern, I stung it thanks to a stinging tool to transfer it thanks to a special powder with a “poncette” covered with powder on my fabric that I stretched on my embroidery frame.
– With my Luneville crochet tool, I embroidered my design with very beautiful black facetted beads from the 20’s which reflect light.
– Always with Luneville crochet tool, I embroidered a black silk cordonnet the branches with a chain stitch ending with handsewn lace leaves having at their base facetted black beads.
– After having removed the scar from the embroidery frame, I ended to sew it by machine and by hand.
– To enhanced the work, I sewn black satiny fringes by hand and to bring a final touch, I added a satin rose on the pointed edge.