- Piedmont Lace Guild of Virginia – The guild is centered in Fauquier County, Virginia, and serves lace makers in the area south and west of the nation’s capital and the northern Virginia counties.
- IOLI – International Old Lacers, Inc
- OIDFA –l’Organisation Internationale de la Dentelle au Fuseau et a l’Aiguille
- Palmetto Tatters – South Carolina
- Piedmont Fiber Guild – Weaving, spinning, beading, tatting, all fiber arts. Meets in Charlotte, NC.
- Charlotte Knitting Guild – Knitting (including lace knitting), crochet, spinning, dyeing
- The Lace Guild – England
- Embroiderer’s Guild of America
- Knitter’s Guild of America
- Handweaver’s Guild
- Alamo Lace Guild – San Antonio, Texas
- The Southern Highland Craft Guild – The Folk Art Center in Asheville, NC is well worth a visit, as are their two craft fairs each year in July and October.
- Ravelry – A knit and crochet community. Keep track of your stash, patterns, projects, read the forums, and network with other knitters.
- Pink Lemon Twist knitting blog. – The home of the Mystery Stole Knit-A-Long by Melanie Gibbons.
- bobbinwork.wikispaces.com/ – Joanne Falkirk’s site on lace designing software.
- www.karelly.dk/ – Karelly Knipleservice: a resource for patterns and supplies for Tonder lace.
- home.earthlink.net/~slambiris/ – Susan Lambiris’ wire lace jewelry.
- www.weft.wlonk.com/ – Julie Enevoldsen’s site has a cool fish demonstration pattern, some remarkable Moiré lace lamps, and a gallery of Tonder patterns.
- www.brandis.com.au/craft/pincushions.html – Jenny Brandis, from Australia, has some great crocheted pincushions, including a hedgehog, on her website.
- www.rosajackson.blogspot.com/ – Rosa Jackson’s Paris Food blog has stories and recipes.
- David Collyer’s work on an old Tonder lace. – Note: There are numerous large images on this page, some marginally optimized (if at all) for web presentation. Total page size is approximately 3.3MB and, for some users, will take time to load. (We can’t all have 10 MB connections:))
- Incompetech.com – Need Graph Paper?
- The Spanish Peacock – Nalbinding supplies available here.
- Lace Museum in Sunnyvale, California
- Lace Stamps – Patty Ann’s Lace Pages.
- Retournac Lace Museum – France – I have purchased most of their patterns and they are excellent.
- The Lace Fairy – The beautiful pictures of lace stamps came from this extensive site- a great resource.
- http://www.dentellieres.com – A French site for needle and bobbin lace, and detailed book reviews in French.
- Tattered -Tatting resources
- Falkink’s Lace Experience – An excellent Flanders grid maker.
- Digital Archive of Documents Related to Lace – IOLI member Tess Parrish and a computer professor in Arizona have scanned old lace books not covered by copyright laws. A wonderful resource. They also have CD’s available.
- John C. Campbell Folk School – North Carolina – Offers classes in weaving, spinning, knitting, bobbin lace, tatting, woodworking, blacksmithing, nature crafts, etc…
- Lace Notes – A site with information for resizing patterns and threads.
- Brenda Paternoster – She has provided a chart for selecting threads to match your patterns.